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WWI Army Sergeant Rag Doll , Hand made. Has features that are embroidered on. Although the hat is pined on. It is 12 tall and the condition is very good t...

$94.99

Shenango restaurant ware dinner plate, designed for the U.S. Navy. Decorated with blue stripe rim and anchor for the Wardroom Officer's Mess. Measures 10 D. ...

$20.00

Antique,16th century, German, Iron flail head from the period of the Bauernkrieg. Composed of an Iron ball held in, a pear form, wrought iron straps casing, wi...

$650.00 OBO

Antique late 16th century German infantry war sickle-halberd head, with hand forged large crescent iron blade and tapering tabular socket with visible distinct...

$875.00 OBO

A rare antique, 17th century, circa 1640, continental Lobster-tail helmet made for the English Royalist Harquebusiers Cavalry, loyal to King Charles I in the E...

$3,800.00 OBO

Steel guard with openwork acanthus-form quillons; quilon block with integral ferrule to accept the carved hollow horn grip. Curved steel pommel cap. Slender 12...

$1,999.00

Carved horn grip in the shape of a mustachioed man wearing a hat, inlaid with bone and brass; decorative brass pommel cap. Brass guard with decorative reverse ...

$2,495.00

Classic Civil War cavalry sabre by the well-known and desirable maker N. P. Ames of Chicopee, Mass., this sword is in basically “as-found” condition. Two-branc...

$299.00

Professionally made by a cooper with one-piece front and back with raised surface. The sides made from a number of individual wood slats similar to barrel stav...

$1,299.00

Import sword by W. Clauberg of Solingen, Germany featuring iron 3-branch guard with pierced eagle, “US” and “E PLURIBUS UNUM”; reverse scroll quillon. Fish sk...

$595.00

Featuring the so-called “Bolton-Upson” eagle head pommel, this sword was likely made by Birmingham cutler Richard D. Bolton and imported by Richards, Upson &am...

$1,499.00

Forged steel head with tapering flat blade; the base with a pair of pierced holes. Symmetrical upturned side lugs; integral conical ferrule. Mounted on round-s...

$299.00

Originating in Hungary with the mounted Hussar light cavalry regiments and known as a Tarsoly, the sabertache is a decorated leather pouch hung from an officer...

$795.00

The partizan originated in Italy and was carried by officers and guards of the nobility. This early example has a 25 long blade with strong medial ridge and s...

$1,995.00

Uniquely Italian polearm with tapered 14 long central blade with strong medial ridge. Two “bat wing” angled side blades, each pierced with three holes and sta...

$2,495.00

Flat lockplate with line border and tulip design behind cock; with a crown over “NR” and marked “SHARPE” (1800-1840). Flat cock with beveled edges and line bor...

$2,295.00

Dating to the time of the French and Indian and Revolutionary wars, this tomahawk features a 9 ½ head with oval eye and inserted steel cutting edge. It...

$1,499.00

The famous Lewis and Clark expedition found the Missouri War Axe (also known as a Mandan Tomahawk) already in use by Western tribes in 1805. They were popular ...

$4,500.00

Smaller sized 7 long head with oval eye, narrow axe blade, and oval-section spike. Later 11 1/4 haft from its period of use (likely 19th C) featuring 2 brass...

$995.00

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...

$1,499.00