Japanese Type 95 Sight, used on the famous Aichi D3A “VAL” Dive Bomber. Mounted on the front of the aircraft, just forward of the cockpit windscreen, and used to line up the target for dive-bombing. Another version of the Type-95 sight was manufactured with a cross hair reticule for use as a machine gun sight on fighter aircraft. A groove inside the front of the tube allowed the cross hair reticule to be mounted when the sight was used as a machine gun sight...
rare 18thc naval cutlass-probably European--wood handle-elaborate hand guard-unusual tip-27 inches long-wear to metal and wood grip-battle weapon-not an ornamental or dress piece
rare Spanish flintlock coach gun- 18thc-marked-wear to metal- ramrod missing-22 inches long-hexagon barrel-walnut stock-seldom found
fine Spanish percussion pistol-probably conversion from 18thc flintlock-extensively marked on barrel top-ornate brass fitting-stock looks like tiger maple-16 inches long-some small screws missing on stock and brass and iron side plates-nice piece
Spanish flintlock pistol-18thc-walnut stock-minor damage to wood on stock where pistol rests-marked-ramrod missing-16 inches long-fine weapon
Very nice looking cutout silver wound badge. WWI vintage. Good looking badge.
Measurements: DIAMETER: 10 1/2" Unused condition.
This one plate has a tiny rim chip seen in photo #1. (Priced accordingly.) The other plates are without damage and will be priced at $14.00 each.
NOTE: This is one of a set of 12 different "Old London Views - First Edition, 1941 by Wedgwood." Sponsored by the British War Relief Society USA
15% discount for purchase of the set of 12.
Very nice veteran medal for the state of Hesse. Near perfect gold gilting and clean, undamaged ribbons. Well marked to reverse. As far as veteran association medals go this is a great example.
This is a fine example of the first Order established by North Korea in the 1950's. Made by the Soviets for Korea, it is believed that this was their only Order for at least for at least two years and their highest decoration presented until 1977. The front is richly enameled in the national colors and the back marked with Korean characters. The disc is unmarked. The award is serial numbered 4797. Approximately 2.25" in diameter.
Very cool, rare version Stahlhelm belt buckle. Box style for equivalent of EM. Great looking stylized eagle clutching Der Stahlhelm helmet. A lot of original paint remaining. Really nice belt buckle.
TURKISH BRONZE, WOOD AND IRON MACE, 17TH CENTURY. Carved wood handle with ribbed ball head in shape of turban attached to iron shaft. With later lacquered stand. Length 16 inches (40.5 cm). These were used in battle as well carried by Polish nobles as authority batons-shows wear and use
Rare Museum Quality Antique 17th century Polish bronze belt formed of a series of silvered scrollwork’s links arranged in groups of two between flower head links bejeweled with ruby red glass and fitted with rectangular bronze panels ,each embossed with foliage within a ropework frame set with a small crescent hanger for the dagger suspension decorated with winged cupid head...
Antique 19th century European hunting sword. Double – edged steel blade cut with a pair of long fullers on each side. Ebony hilt with gild brass crossguard with a pair of vertically recurved quillons with hound’s head terminals. Issuant from a central quillon - block, on one side a boar enclosed by a hunting horn; on the other side a stag enclosed by a hunting horn...
Imperial German Prussian Officer’s Sword, Degen Model 1889, with an unusual iron hilt and folding guard with the Prussian eagle, composition grip wrapped in wire with the applied crowned gilt cypher of Kaiser Wilhelm II.
The double fullered, single edge straight steel blade in its japanned steel scabbard with one suspension ring.
MEASUREMENTS: Overall length in the scabbard: 91.5 cm (36 in), the Overall length without the scabbard: 90.2 cm (35 1/2).
CONDITION: In good condi...
Antique, second half of the 18th century, Austrian silver mounted hunting sword with a straight broad tapering blade, double – edged towards the tip, cut on each side with a shallow fuller and a slender fuller, along the back-edge ,engraved and gild with foliage, trophies and a stag on a blued panel (worn) at the forte. The silver hilt comprises a crossguard cast in solid silver with a pair of straight faceted quillons and an oval silver collar...