Edged Weapons
Knight in shining armour John C. Denner Co.


ANTIQUE ARMS & ARMOUR

SINCE 1971
Knight in shining armour

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Celebrating 43 Years <1971-2014>

 

 


 
 

WEAPONS CATALOGUE 

Edged Weapons

SOLDEW-1. U.S. CIVIL WAR NON-REGULATION OFFICER’S SWORD: Retailer: W.H. HORSTMANN & SONS, PHILADELPHIA. Lovely bright etched blade. “U.S.” with foliate scroll and military trophies on the left side. The right side has “E PLURIBUS UNIM” with the American eagle with the foliate and trophies etching. The back edge is etched “IRON PROOF”. The right ricasso is etched “W.H. HORSTMANN & SONS, PHILADELPHIA. The blade was an English import blade with the standard English “PROVED” desk. The iron guard, which is a copy of the English P.1827 rifle Regiment Officer’s Sword, has the American Eagle surmounted with a ribbon bearing the inscription “E PLURIBUS UNIM” and a large “U.S” beneath the eagle. The wire-bound fish-skin grip is very good. The scabbard is also very nice. VG (Flayderman’s “The American Sword” #75) $850.00SOLD
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EW-2. U.S. M.1860 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD: Retailer: “C.F. FOSTER, SON & CO. CHICAGO” etched on the right ricasso. Lovely bright blade with “US” and Military Trophies and foliate patterns on the left side. The right with the American Eagle, trophies and foliate patterns. Brass hilt with American Eagle on the guard. The name of the owner is scratched under the guard. It looks like “P. ENDERDONG”. Wire-bound wood grip. This is a Post Civil War sword being made some time after 1872. VG (Flayderman’s “The American Sword # 121) $450.00
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SOLDEW-3. U.S. M.1917, VARIANT, NAVAL CUTLASS: Steel Guard and heavily blued overall. Unmarked as all of these were. Near Mint. (Flayderman’s “The American Sword” # 55) $295.00SOLD
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SOLDEW-4. SPANISH “NAVAJA” FOLDING KNIFE: Circa 1900 or earlier. 9 inch blade with light engraving on the left side. Handle is horn with engraved brass mounts and silver tacks. VG $250.00SOLD
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EW-5. SPANISH DAGGER. Circa 1850-1900. 6 inch blade. Lovely brass and bone grip, with German silver scabbard. Unusual to find these with scabbards. VG+ $250.00
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SOLDEW-6. GERMAN DAGGER CIRCA 1600: 6 inches overall. With this, came a tag with a little vague history: “Given to the late Mr. A.J. Young by a local Joiner about 50 years ago (now approx. 100 years). He said it had been found in a beam in the Tower of the Castle.” Since all the parties involved are now deceased, we have no idea where the castle was. We do know, however, that it was in England. The bone grips have some crude carving. The cross-guard is brass with a little iron stud at each end. The blade is quite pitted. $550.00SOLD
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EW-7. GERMAN THEATRICAL DAGGER: Circa 1890. Maker: F.W.H. Solingen (F.W. Holler). 10 inch blade. Large Clamshell Guard which is nicely engraved. Wire-wrapped grip, iron cross-guard and pommel. Very nicely made to resemble a German Main Gauche. VG $195.00
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SOLDEW-8. VICTORIAN COPY OF A HAND AND A HALF SWORD: 37 inch blade. 11 inch hilt. The lower half covered with leather. The upper half with steel wire bound and an iron pommel. This is a very early Victorian made piece; made when there was a demand for Medieval weapons and armour to re-furbish old castles and stately manor houses. VG $950.00SOLD
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SOLDEW-9. FRENCH FENCING SABRE: Circa 1900. Very nicely engraved bowl guard, chequered wood grip. The 33 inch blade is also nicely engraved for 11 inches on the bottom edges and back edge. The left ricasso is engraved “m/m 13”. Brown leather scabbard is quite supple, but solid. This is very unique to find a fencing sabre in a scabbard. VG $350.00SOLD
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EW-10. JAPANESE NAVAL SWORD BLADE “KAI-GUNTO”: 26 inch blade with 8 ⅛ inch tang. The tang is stamped with the Toyokawa Naval Arsenal mark of an anchor in a circle. Nice polish to the blade, however, there are some light scratches and stains. The temper line is still faintly visible. VG $300.00
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SOLDEW-11. CAUCASIAN KINDJAL: Circa 1890. Very nice 11 inch blade with 3 fullers on each side. A small “3” engraved on the front of the blade by the handle. Superb Niello Silver mounts. The grips are of horn, the front covered with Niello Silver. This is an excellent example of the traditional Russian Kindjal. EXC. $2850.00SOLD
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SOLDEW-12. RUSSIAN MILITARY KINDJAL “BEBUT” M.1907: Dated 1917. Excellent blade with Arsenal Proof Marks. Brass mounted wood scabbard and grip. VG+ $575.00SOLD
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SOLDEW-13. BRITISH P.1895 MK II DRUMMER’S SWORD: Maker: MOLE. Brass hilt with “VR” Cypher on the cross-guard. Brass mounted black leather scabbard. VG+ $550.00 SOLD
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SOLDEW-14. CANADIAN WWII MACHETE: Maker: COLLINS & CO. Dated 1945. Blade stamped “LEGITIMUS COLLINS & CO. MADE IN U.S.A. NO.1250 1945”. Some staining and a few small patches of light pitting. Brown leather scabbard stamped “ROBCO LTD. MONTREAL 1945”. These were carried by Bren and Machine Gun Crews. VG $115.00SOLD
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SOLDEW-15. IMPERIAL GERMAN M.1811 “BLUCHER SABLE” TROOPER’S SWORD: Dated 1831. Cross guard stamped “AM.VIII.6.48” (Artillery Munitions Column, 8th Army Corps.), the scabbard, two cancelled troop stamps over R.P.C. 24.68 (Reserve Horse Depot). Nice clean blade, no pitting. Iron hilt with leather wrapped wood grip is very good. The scabbard is also very good with only a few minor dents. V.G. $850.00SOLD
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EW-16. NAZI ARMY OFFICER’S SWORD: Maker: F.W. Holler, Solingen. Excellent bright blade. Grip excellent. Hilt retains much of the gold gilt. V.G. + to EXC. $850.00
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EW-17. CAUCASIAN KINDJAL: Dated 1795 signed “SALEH BIN MUSTAFA BEAK” (the name BEAK is Mogul in origin). Very sharp maker’s cartouche. Very nice horn grips. Nice smooth blade with some light staining.  Please note: The date which appears to be 1795 in Arabic numerals is actually 1879 by the RUMI Calendar (1295 RUMI year). Corrected date conversion supplied by Christopher Flaherty and Tony Tirri. (TIRRI pg.188) VG to VG+ $750.00
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EW-18. JAPANESE “KATANA”: Circa 1450. Blade: 25 inches. Ridged style, hand-forged with strong wood-grain pattern and midare (undulating) tempered line. Shortened from original length by about 5 inches, circa 1750. Tsuba: Hand-forged, chiseled and engraved iron with design of bamboo tea-whisks. Circa 1750. Tsuka (handle): Ray skin covered wood and bound with beige silk cord. The Menuki are copper with gold details made in the shape of Chinese lions. Goto family craftsman style. Made circa 1480. The Fuchi (base ring) is Shakudo alloy with a gold raised inlay depiction of a bridge and Goto style punched “Nanako” background. Very good quality made circa 1800. The Kashira (end cap) is mismatched to the Fuchi. It is also Shakudo alloy with Nanako background with a high relief gold inlay of a rooster, circa 1750. Scabbard: lacquered magnolia wood with Makie lacquer design of clouds and flying cranes, circa 1800. The above description has been done by an independent authority on Japanese artifacts, a copy of which is included.  V.G. $3200.00
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EW-19. JAPANESE “SHIN GUNTO”: Military mountings pre 1941 with pierced Tsuba. The lack of markings on the scabbard and mounts would indicate this was assembled at a private workshop. Ray-skin covered wood handle bound with silk cord. A silver Mon (family crest), “TAKAHA” of crossed Hawk feathers in a circle indicates this to be the family crest ABE TOMITA. This is a Samurai family. The blade circa 1370 is an old Tachi style of fighting blade with fine wood grain pattern and Gonome style of workmanship. The blade has been greatly shortened but is still 26 inches long. The above description has been done by an independent authority on Japanese artifacts, a copy of which is included. V.G. $3700.00
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EW-20. JAPANESE “WAKIZASHI”: 14 inch blade has been poorly polished. The Fuchi and Menuki have reclining figures on a pillow with gold highlights. The Tsuba has a woven mat background with gold flowers and petals. The Kozuka (side knife) has some engraving with a panel of Japanese characters. All the fitting are excellent. The blue silk wrapping has completely deteriorated and should be replaced. This is an early blade, circa 1700 which could take a polishing very well and should really be restored. Blade GOOD. All fittings excellent. $950.00
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EW-21. JAPANESE TEMPLE TANTO: Carved bone scabbard and handle. 9 inch blade. These are low quality pieces; however, this blade is of a better quality than normally found. The carving is also better than the average. V.G. $295.00
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SOLDEW-22. JAPANESE SHORT SWORD: In WWII mounts. The blade, however, appears to be ancient. The handle has a distinct and unusual appearance with fish-skin wrapping and blackened copper Fuchi and Kashira with a blackened copper band at the centre. The Tsuba also blackened copper has the edge plated in gold. The scabbard is leather covered in typical army style. $750.00SOLD
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SOLDEW-23. FRENCH 1ST EMPIRE PIONEER’S AXE: No markings other than that “ACRE” painted on the handle. It weighs an astonishing 4.4 KG (almost 10 lbs!). The handle is 36 inches long with a brass cup at the bottom and brass cap at the top. There are 2 pins which go across the handle in the middle, presumably to reinforce the handle. There is also an old antique import sticker on the shaft. The only marks that appear are 4 punched dots on each piece. These are assembly marks. The axe head is 16 inches long, the blade 9 inches wide with a 6 inch by 3 inch spike at the other end. The siege of ACRE in 1799 by Napoleon was unsuccessful and was the turning point of his invasion of Egypt and Syria. ACRE was a walled city defended by the Ottomans. It is now known as AKKO in modern Israel. During a siege the Pioneers would play an important role. The name ACRE, which is painted on the handle has faded but is still quite clear, would be a Battle Honour to this particular unit, which fought at this great historic battle which lasted for 2 months. It is very rare to find a weapon with provenance to a great battle. EXC. $3500.00SOLD
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EW-24. BRITISH GENERAL AND STAFF OFFICER’S P.1822/45 SWORD: Maker: “E THURKLE, MAKER, SOHO, LONDON” etched on the ricasso. Thurkle worked at this address from 1876 to 1899. Brass hilt with crossed sword and baton in the cartouche. Wire bound fish-skin grip is excellent. The etching on the blade is very nice with a Victorian Crown over “VR” on the left side and a Crown over a crossed sword and baton on the right side. The 33 inch blade is bright with some patches of light pitting. The hilt retains the original gold and crimson sword knot, although the colours are now quite dark. The brass scabbard which, by 1831 had become standard for Generals and Staff Officers is very nice with only minor insignificant small dents. This model is quite rare. VG + (Robson #193) $950.00
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EW-25. BRITISH ROYAL ENGINEER’S P.1857 OFFICER’S SWORD: Maker: “HOBSON & SONS, LITTLE WINDMILL ST., LONDON” etched on the left ricasso. Hobson worked at this address from 1884 to 1886. Etched on the left side of the blade is a Victorian Crown over a flaming grenade over a cartouche bearing the words “CHESHIRE 1ST ENGR VOLTRS” over “VR”. The right side has wings and arrows and the owner’s initials “F D”. The brass engraved guard is excellent, wire-bound fish-skin grip is also excellent. The Sam Browne pigskin scabbard would date this sword to usage during the Boer War when the Sam Browne scabbard was introduced in 1899. EXC. (ROBSON #211) $895.00
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EW-26. ENGLISH HORSEMAN’S BASKET HILT BACK SWORD: Circa 1730-1780. Very nice 32 ” blade, 1 ⅜” wide, tapering evenly its full length. The bottom fuller on the left side is engraved “ANDRIA”, the right side is “FERRARA”. The basket is very typical of the period, with a large opening for the reins. The grip retains its original fish-skin wrapping. Remnants of the original basket lining are present at the top and bottom of the grip. A very fine example. Identical hilt in the National War Museum of Scotland, although this blade is much better than the one in the museum. VG (“BRITISH BASKET HILTED SWORDS” by Mazansky # F-10) $5700.00
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SOLDEW-27. BRITISH P.1796 VOLUNTEER LIGHT CAVALRY TROOPER’S SWORD: No maker or Proof Marks indicates that this is a Volunteer’s sword. These Volunteer Regiments saw extensive service during the Napoleonic Wars. Leather wrapped wood grip. Nice clean blade with some light pits and age stains. Steel scabbard is very good with only a little damage at the lower sling ring where it looks like it took a heavy blow, wrinkling and tearing the metal a little. GOOD + (ROBSON #18) $850.00SOLD
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EW-28. BRITISH P.1821 CAVALRY TROOPER’S SWORD: Maker: “WOOLEY, SARGANT & COMPY” stamped on the back edge and under the quillon. They traded under this name at 74 Edmund St, London from 1821 to 1825. Wire bound leather grip is very good. The 35 inch blade is bright with a Crown over “8” Proof on the right side. Some light pitting at the tip. The iron mounted black leather covered wood scabbard is very good and very unique, in that it is meant to be carried on a baldric (a cross belt worn over the shoulder to carry a sword). This is unique, in that the baldric had not been worn by most regiments for quite some time. It would be interesting to research which regiments retained the baldric. VG+ (ROBSON # 21) $750.00
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SOLDEW-29. BRITISH P.1885 CAVALRY TROOPER’S SWORD: Unissued. Devoid of any markings on sword or scabbard. One of the small screws is missing from the throat. The exceptional condition of this piece would indicate it never made it to any regiment. EXC ++ (ROBSON #29) $650.00SOLD
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EW-30. ENGLISH SILVER HILT SMALL-SWORD: Circa 1745-1750. No Maker or Hallmarks on the hilt. An identical sword is illustrated on Plate 22 of “London Silver Hilted Swords” by Leslie Southwick. The 34” triangular blade is very nice with a pleasing patina overall. A small hole on the top of the pommel looks deliberate, possibly from which to have hung a tassel. VG+ S2750.00
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SOLDEW-31. BRITISH P.1822 INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORD: Wire bound fish-skin grip. Brass guard with Victorian Cypher cartouche. Note the rose, thistle and shamrock added beneath the VR Cypher; this was added in the early 1850's. The folding guard was abolished in 1854. The plain 33 inch blade is bright with only some light stains. Robson #144 VG+ to EXC. $675.00SOLD
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SOLDEW-32. BRITISH P.1822 INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORD: Brass Hilt with Victoria's Cypher and Crown. Brass wire bound brown leather grip. Etched Floral Panels at the Ricasso and Crowned “VR” Cypher with wreath panels on each side of the quill-back blade. Some very light pitting on the blade. Steel scabbard has a minor dent on each side at the bottom. Robson #144 VG $495.00SOLD
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EW-33: ITALIAN SWEPT HILT RAPIER: Circa 1640. wonderful 40 inch blade, 1⅛ inch wide. Original wire wrapping with Turk's heads at each end. A very plain but graceful hilt. Maker's initials “A.C.” are faintly visible on the tang. Maker's stamps of 3 dots on the cross-guard. $5895.00
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SOLDEW-34. GERMAN WWI ENGINEER'S SAWBACK SHORT SWORD: Dated 1916. Maker: E. & F. HORSTER, SOLINGEN. VG+ COND. $350.00SOLD
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SOLDEW-35: GERMAN MADE BRASS HILT SHORT SWORD FOR EXPORT: Circa 1890. Maker: WK & C. Very fine pitting overall with one patch of heavy pitting. The blade has a nice dark patina and looks better than it sounds. VG $265.00SOLD
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EW-36: NEPALESE KUKHRI IN SILVER MOUNTED SCABBARD: Rosewood grip with brass mounts. Very nice 12 inch blade. Very ornate solid silver mounted scabbard with red velvet backing. The front has faded to a brownish colour. Reference (Tirri Page 385) VG+ $550.00
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EW-37: JOSEPH ROGERS, SHEFFIELD SKINNING KNIFE: Post 1901. Rosewood grips 10 inch blade stamped “JOSEPH ROGER'S & SONS, CUTLERS TO HIS MAJESTY” VG $175.00
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EW-38: J. RUSSELL & CO. GREEN RIVER WORKS SKINNING KNIFE:Circa 1835-75. Rosewood grips. The maker's stamp is faint but still mostly visible. 8 inch blade. VG $250.00
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EW-39: SKINNING KNIFE: Rosewood grips. 7 inch blade. Maker's name is not legible. It is only partially visible. VG $125.00
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EW-40: JOSEPH ELLIOTT, SHEFFIELD, SKINNING KNIFE: 4 inch blade stamped “JOSEPH ELLIOTT & SONS, MAKERS SHEFFIELD. Rosewood grips. VG $125.00
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EW-41: SCOTTISH SKEAN DHU: Maker: John Nowill & sons Sheffield. Circa 1900. blade and hilt are excellent. German silver disc for pommel mount. Scabbard has a small neat repair at the tip. VG $250.00
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EW-42: GERMAN SWEPT HILT RAPIER: circa 1590-1610. Passau wolf in the right fuller. 39 ” blade, 1 1/8” wide. Very old museum quality wire wrapping on the grip. Very nice dark grey patina overall. Nice original untouched condition. V.G. $5500.00
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SOLDEW-43: FRENCH RESTORATION PERIOD OFFICER’S SWORD:. Circa 1814-1830. Silver plated hilt with Mother of Pearl grip fitting. Triangular 31 ” blade with blued and gold for 11” on the upper portion of the blade. The maker’s initials “SHF” are engraved into a gold panel by the ricasso. VG to VG+ $750.00SOLD
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EW-44: BRITISH NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD:. Circa 1870. Retailer: RANKEN & CO, CALCUTTA. Gold washed hilt with figures of a seated Britannia with a union shield on the grip and Britannia standing with an anchor on the knuckle guard. The back side of the grip has a seated Neptune with trident. The shell guard and pommel have mythological figures. There are military trophies, stands of arms scattered throughout the hilt. The 31” blade is very clean with a lovely patina. A few small spot stains. The retailers cartouche is very clear “RANKEN & CO. CALCUTTA”. The scabbard is silver plated and nicely engraved in foliate patterns at the top and bottom. It is highly likely this sword was the property of a very senior Captain of the East India Company merchant navy. Quite a spectacular piece. EXC $1550.00
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EW-45: MOROCCAN NIMCHA: Circa 1850. European blade 35” long with the upper third showing strong traces of blueing. Lovely smooth blade with some light pitting at the tip. The guard shows much of the original silver inlay. Brass ferrel at the base of the horn grip. V.G. $650.00
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EW-46: IMPERIAL GERMAN FORESTER’S DAGGER: Maker: WKC. For low ranking officials and Assistant Foresters. Lovely horn grips with 3 acorns on each side. Very nice brass clamshell guard terminating in a cloven deer’s hoof. Very nice patina to the brass. Original portepee with correct green bottom. The blade has light frosting overall. The etching is only faintly visible. Good+ $495.00
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SOLDEW-47: IMPERIAL GERMAN ROE DEER FOOT HUNTING/TRENCH KNIFE Circa 1914. Excellent bright blade. Excellent hilt. Brown leather scabbard with nickeled mounts. EXC $225.00SOLD
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EW-48: GERMAN HUNTING SWORD: Circa 1670. The long 32 “ slender blade is very fine. The left fuller is engraved “ME FECIT” (made by) and the right fuller is engraved “…CHINI” (maker unknown). Iron Crusader style hilt with clamshell guard and wire-wrapped grip. A classic example of an early German Hunting Sword. $3800.00
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EW-49: ISLAMIC WEAPONS MAGHRIB TO MOGHUL by Anthony C. Tirri: Indigo Publishing, Miami, USA, 2003. Gilt-Embossed Black Cloth and dust cover. Book Condition: New -. Size 9 “ x 12”. 484 pages - in English - over 350 color illustrations - 13 color maps - a handsomely bound and printed work on weapons used in battle in Islamic countries, from Morocco to Indonesia, between the 17th and 19th centuries, by one of the world's foremost authorities and collectors. Chapters on Damascus steel - Islamic calendar with date conversion - reproductions/composites, bazaar pieces - bibliography - index. This has become the prime research source for the Islamic collector. All our Islamic items are cross referenced to this book. $150.00
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EW-50: INDIAN JAMADHAR, SEHILKANETH (3 BLADED KATAR): The entire silver inlay is still intact on the blade. Much of the silver inlay is still intact on the handle. The blades are activated by squeezing the two central bars together. This is really a very nice piece. (Ref. “Islamic Weapons Maghrib to Moghul” by Anthony C. Tirri page 297) VG+ $750.00
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SOLDEW51: EUROPEAN & AMERICAN ARMS C.1100-1850 by Claude Blair: Crown Publishers, Inc., New York, 1962. Book Condition: Very Good. First edition. 134, profusely illus., colour photo plate frontispiece, bibliography, index, boards. Contains information on swords and daggers, staff-weapons, slings and bows, and guns and rifles, and on the decoration of arms. Very good reference book. $50.00SOLD
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EW-52: SPANISH CAVALRY SWORD: Circa 1770-1780. 36” plain blade, 1 ?” wide of classic Spanish style for military swords. Dark patina overall. Traditional style hilt and copper wire grip. The crossguard bears the maker’s stamp of a Crown over “Z” and a Crown over an “E”. This is probably Eusebio de Zuloggo of Madrid. An example virtually identical is illustrated on Plate 150 of “Spanish Military Weapons in Colonial America 1700-1821”. A very fine example. $2,800.00
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EW-54 SPANISH CUP HILT RAPIER: Circa 1650-1700. Long Flamberge blade 38”, 7/8” wide. “IN SOLINGEN” is engraved in each fuller, with an “S” at the end of each fuller. The “S” is another Solingen mark. The cup hilt is of particular interest as the design on the outward half of the cup is chiseled with an INCA / AZTEC influence. This design unquestionably has the sword connected to the New World (the Americas). The voided areas along the edge and upper portion of the guard are very nicely done. The entire hilt style is of a classic Spanish style and in exceptional condition. This is an extremely rare and important piece. $7,500.00 
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EW-55: ON DAMASCUS STEEL by Leo S. Gigiel, M.D: Atlantis Arts Press, Florida, 1991. Hardcover. Book New: Near Fine. Cloth hardcover quarto. 145 pp. color and b&w illus. Chapters include Historical Review, Technical Aspects, Classification of Damascus Steel and Sword Blades, Edged Weapons and Damascus steel, Kirk Narduban and Rose Patterns in Damascus steel, On Mechanical Damascus Steels, Pattern Welded Steels and the Oriental Gun barrel. Condition: New. $75.00
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EW-56: SWORDS FOR SEA SERVICE VOLS 1 & 2 by Commander W.E. May, R.N. & P.G.W. Annis: Grosvenor Press, Portsmouth, for Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, London 1970.. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Excellent. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. First Edition. 8 1/2" x 11 1/2". Two volumes. Based on the sword collection, which includes dirks and cutlasses, in the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich in England. Includes brief biographical studies of those by whom they were used. Many b&w photos. Total 256pp. Best reference on the subject. $550.00 
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EW-57: SWORDS AND SWORD MAKERS OF ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND by Richard H. Bezdek Paladin Press, Boulder, CO, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New in New Dust Jacket. 1st Edition. Covers English sword makers from the 14th century and Scottish makers from the 16th century all the way through the renowned Wilkinson Sword Company and other major sword manufacturers of today. The important early English sword- and blade-making communities of Hounslow Heath and Shotley Bridge, and the influential Cutlers Company of London. Early armourers who made swords. The many types of craftsmen associated with sword production, including hilt, blade and scabbard makers and decorators; and goldsmiths and silversmiths, who decorated, mounted, assembled and sold swords. Cutlers, merchants, outfitters and exporters who sold swords, including those who exported swords to the United States. The book concludes with dozens of beautiful illustrations of hilt designs taken directly from famed sword hilt maker Matthew Boulton’s 18th-century pattern book and more than 450 spectacular photographs of English and Scottish swords of every type and era from some of the world’s major collections. 424 pages, illustrated. Condition New. $125.00
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EW-58: U.S. M.1840 NCO’S SWORD. Made by “Ames Mfg. Co., Chicopee, Mass.” Stamped on the left ricasso. The right ricasso is stamped “US” over “AHK” (Inspector Albert H. Kirkham 1862-1863) over “1864”. Very clean blade. Brass hilt is excellent also stamped “AHK” on the knuckle bow. Brass mounted black leather scabbard is also very nice. It has, however, shrunk fraction 3/8”. This was commonly carried by all NCOs’ during the Civil War. Reference “The American Sword 1775-1945” #10. V.G. + $650.00 
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EW-59: IMPERIAL GERMAN INFANTRY OFFICER’S SWORD. Circa 1880. Solid brass hilt with silver wire wrapping. Etched blade is very clean; however, the etching is clear but very light. Brass mounted black leather scabbard is V.G. V.G. $450.00
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EW-60: 17th CENTURY VERY FINELY MADE SPEAR HEAD. Of unknown origin, 13 “ overall. Rich dark patina overall. V.G. $425.00
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EW-61: TREASURES FROM THE TOWER OF LONDON Compiled by A.V.B. Norman and G.M. Wilson: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich, 1982. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Size 9" x 12". 131 pages including glossary and selected reading; annotated colour and b&w illustrations throughout. Book/binding is glossy paperback with illustrated cover; clean, firm, tight and square; minor wear on corners and covers. Text and illustrations clean and unmarked on white pages. $40.00
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EW-62: PIONEER’S LOG SQUARING AXE. Circa 1850. Maker’s name “ED PROUBT” deeply stamped on the blade. These were used to square up beams or timber for squared log homes. The flat side allows for a flat straight cut. Complete with original handle. V.G. $150.00
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EW-63:  CENTRAL CONGO (ZAIRE) KNIFE SAKA/MONGO.11 inch blade. 7 inch grip overall. Top portion is of wood, then 1 inches of flat brass wrapping than a triangular piece of flattened metal. It is very difficult to put a date on this piece but this is a very old, probably 1850-1900. TIRRI Africa pg. 235V.G. $150.00
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EW-64:  CENTRAL CONGO (ZAIRE) CHOPPER KONDA.12 3/8 inch blade, 3 inch wood grip. Portion of wood chipped off the pommel. Very old probably 1850-1900. V.G. TIRRI Africa pg.244 $150.00
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EW-65:  CENTRAL CONGO (ZAIRE) DAGGER NKUNDA/KONDA. 9 inch blade “Kiuaya” is scribed on the blade. There is a crude engraved pattern on the blade. The wood hilt is 3 inches. Very old probably 1850-1900. V.G. TIRRI Africa pg.231. $150.00
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EW-66:  IMPERIAL GERMAN INFANTRY OFFICER’S SWORD circa 1880. Solid brass hilt with brass wire wrapped grip. V.G. $250.00
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EW-67:  FRENCH PARTISAN CIRCA 1740-1760. The head is 16 inches overall by 3 inches wide. The overall length is 7 feet. The shaft is very old but does not date with the head. This is typical of Partisans carried during the French and Indian Wars. V.G. $750.00
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EW-68:  NORTHERN ITALIAN / SOUTH GERMAN "HOLY WATER SPRINKLER" Circa 16th to 17th Century. 58 inches overall. Two rows of 5 hand forged approximately 1 inch spikes on long langets. 2 rows of 4 hand forged approximately 1 inch spikes on long langets with a trident top. This is a very impressive piece, on it’s original worm holed staff.  $1800.00
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