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Carved from a single piece of wood, 17 inches long; featuring ball with concentric rings and file marks. Top of handle with carved scalloped edge and lunettes ...

$1,799.00

Patterned after the spontoon, a polearm carried by officers and NCO’s at the time, this smaller version was made by the French specifically as a tomahawk for ...

$3,999.00

Guard with fluted down-turned shell guard; large scrolled and chiseled quillon and fluted quillon block. Knuckle bow chiseled ensuite, attaching to the pommel ...

$2,699.00

Carried by officers and NCO’s in the time of the early standing armies, the partizan and spontoon were largely symbols of rank and used as a guide to form troo...

$895.00

Eight inch long blade made from a file, the grip is from buffalo calf horn (scarce and illegal to take by 1900). Silver disc pommel and guard. Original leath...

$1,750.00

Confederate Air Force clear glass tumblers with black graphics. Dates on front of 1939-45; marked on back National Headquarters Harlingen Texas. Made by Libb...

$25.00

Known as the English 1800's type or War of 1812 type tomahawk, these pieces were traded and given as gifts to chiefs and important individuals in the tribes to...

$15,995.00

All-steel two-piece construction; the grip and guard with turned balusters and spirally fluted pommel and quillons. Triangular-section 7 1/4 blade. Pitted ove...

$995.00

All-steel two-piece construction, the slender grip and guard with turned balusters and trumpet-shaped pommel and quillons. Triangular-section 7 blade. Shows l...

$1,095.00

This style of spiked tomahawk was favored by the Iroquois as a fighting weapon and dates to the time of the French and Indian War. Hand-forged head is 7 &frac1...

$3,495.00

Made in Colonial America in the style of English halberds of the 17th and 18th Centuries, but smaller in dimensions, this excavated example was made in two pie...

$4,495.00

By the third quarter of the 18th C it was common for officers in the foot regiments to carry fusils, or long guns. These guns were made to a higher quality th...

$6,995.00

One of the finest quality rapiers to come on the market in years, this rapier would be a showpiece in any museum or private collection. Steel hilt chiseled in ...

$29,995.00

This scarce type of cannon is known as a gunade, which is a cross between a carronade and a regular cannon (gun). The carronade, first made by the Carron Iron ...

$7,995.00

Forged iron head with tapering round-section hammer and slightly curved diamond- section spike with punched circle decoration. Solid square-section forged iro...

$4,495.00

Early mempo (face guard), ca. 1600, lacking nose piece; the four neck plates present but detached. Kabuto (helmet), ca. 1800, with five neck plates and gold p...

$2,995.00

Hilt featuring large cup delicately pierced, chiseled, and embossed with intricate design of foliage, lions, a peacock, and eagle; the edge scalloped. Large pa...

$3,995.00

Authentic antique British – Canadian Military Duty Bugle, A.K.A. M1855, made of copper and brass with a silver mouth piece, the bell stamped with British kings...

$350.00 OBO

Pair of European porcelain miniature busts - Napoleon and his first wife, Empress Josephine Beauharnais. The figurine is modeled in relief with outstanding det...

$370.00 OBO