Fine Italian 4-ring Rapier, ca. 1620
Symmetrical hilt composed of round and faceted flat-section bars; featuring 4 up-angled rings and an additional looping bar joining the faceted knucklebow (seve...
Fighting Men of World War II Allied Forces: Uniforms, Equipment & Weapons by: David Miller
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Swiss Horsemans Sabre, ca. 1700
Brass hilt with guard formed of round-section bars connecting asymmetrical side rings with integral plates to the lion head pommel; thumb ring on reverse. Twist...
North European Horsemans Broadsword, ca. 1650
Iron hilt formed of flat bars, featuring large single side ring with inserted plate punched with a hole pattern. Extending from the side ring is a knucklebow an...
Saxon Miners Guild Axe, 17th/18th C
Ebonized wood shaft inlaid with bone plaques depicting miners performing various tasks, Christ on a cross on upper spine, and two gentlemen at the base holding ...
Ngombe sword. From either the Ngombe or Poto tribe of the Congo. 57 centimeter long. There isa big iron pen sticking out that probably needs to go in the handle...
Rare Polish/Hungarian Hussar Tournament Spurs, 16th C
Body of forged laminated steel with integral heel cuff; 5" diameter 8-pointed rowels. Original buckles and shell-shaped clasp; chain a later replacement. E...
Rare Polish/Hungarian Hussar Spurs, 16th C
Forged laminated steel with down-turned rowel arms; 3 3/4" diameter 8-pointed rowels; lacking buckles. Metal shows wear and moderate pitting. Similar examp...
German Horsemans Sabre, 2nd Half 17th C
All brass hilt featuring single side ring filled with an embossed plate; knucklebow and side bar with double knobs, joined by a diagonal bar and fastened to the...
SIG SAUER MOSQUITO Caliber 22
This is a near new Sig Sauer Mosquito in 22 caliber. Has original factory box.
Civil War Small Arms by: Coates & Thomas
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European Horsemans Axe, ca. 1600
One-piece head with 6 ½" convex axe blade, drawn out to a point at top and bottom; curved 5" diamond-section spike; integral oval socket. Octa...
North German War Hammer, Late 16th C
Round steel hammer head with turned balusters; curved 4" diamond-section spike chiseled with dots and wrigglework pattern; belthook on reverse, chiseled wi...
Southern Plains Indian Pipe Tomahawk, ca. 1860-1880
Large 10 1/2" hand forged head with diamond shaped blade and curled basal lugs; forged seams visible. Large tear-drop shaped socket, tall western style tap...
Probably african ax.
I think that this ax is from Africa, the Congo, but I am not sure. It is old anyway. 44 centimeter long, and at its widest 19.7 centimeter.
German Halberd, Mid-16th C
Angled axe blade and rear beak with scalloped edges; 21" diamond-section spike, stamped with makers mark at the flattened base. Long integral side straps;...
Soviet Second World War Veteran Badges by: Paul J. Schmitt
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Vintage War Book The First and The Last
Circa: 1965 Manufacturer: printed in Canada by Ballantine Books Inc This is soft cover vintage military, war book, The First and The last by Adolf Galland, The ...
Old hand forged weird weapon.
Old hand forged weapon. In fact I do not know what it is, but I think it is from somewhere in Africa. If you know, you may tell me. 47 centumeter [18.5 inches]...
African sword of the Kuba tribe?
African sword. I think that it is from the Kuba tribe.
35 centimeter [13.8 inches] long.
At his widest 11.8 centimeter [4.6 inches].
Weight is 407 gram. ...
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