Authentic antique 18th century, Revolutionary war period, American rifleman's powder horn, ca. 1770s-1780; made of a hollowed–out brown horn, with oval wood base secured with small black horn pins , and carved spout.
CONDITION: In its original unattached condition with a superb mellow old patina.
MEASUREMENTS: Overall length included brass finial: 32 cm (12 5/8 in)...
This is a fabulous set of antique pistol and gun powder flask offered in its original case from the early 1800s. The pistol has its russet barrel and tang with the metal part cleaned. An initial "B" is seen on the metal russet probably for its maker.
The gun powder flask has a brass body with beautiful old patina throughout depicting a hunting scene on both sides with a dog and geese running. The case is in great shape with metal zipper throughout...
This is a straight 14.7 inches (37.5 cm) double edged German dagger from the 1940s with an eagle brass mount, pommel, and stunning silver plated designed metal throughout.
The blade with much original polish shows some marks. It measures 7.28 (18.5 cm) inches. The hilt is in perfect shape with striped design. Some minor spotting wear is seen on the pommel and the scabbard.
This German dagger from the world war II era is in great condition...
A few features of this unique Belgium Flobert target pistol are as follow:
Not serialized, 5.5mm; 9 inch octagonal barrel; engraved spur trigger; walnut half-stock, the fore-end intaglio-carved with scrollwork, the grip fluted and fitted with conforming iron butt cap.
Condition: Good. Metal with dark age patina...
A few features of this unique single shot American percussion pistol are as follow:
Octagon to round .32 caliber barrel stamped 15 on underside but gun otherwise unmarked. Percussion box lock action. Large trigger guard. Walnut two-piece grips.
Condition: Good. Dark brown even patina. Barrel with some nicks, dents, and scratches. Action screw marred. Strong action...
This is a very well kept brass charger "Peace" flask by N.P. Ames featuring an eagle over circle of 26 stars with pair of clasped hands, marked on top N.P. Ames/1846 with inspector's mark WAT (William A. Thornton), and the side with inspector's mark N.W.P. (Nahum W. Patch)...
19thc Afghan battle ax-bottom of ax unscrews to display sharp steel fighting spear-ax head is forged and is sharp with colorful cut designs-carved designs on staff-evidence of oxidation on steel parts-37 inches long
Chinese Republic military dagger-grip is composed of bronze over shell-no scabbard-stains to blade with some signs of oxidation on grip-dagger is complete-15 inches long
Antique Zulu war club or knob kierie-made from one piece of briarwood-fine patina-19.5 inches long-no repairs
Deutsche Adlerorden, Vierte Stufe
Mark on the flat pin: “M9/25”. The medal is heavy gold plate with deep white baked enamel. The enamel is perfect.
It measures 9.4 mm.
In very good quality and perfect condition.
It provenance: Collection Boulanger
SS Dirk of defense very rare
The steel blade, straight, rhombic cross-section. On the one side of the heel is branded with the mark of “Puma,Solingen”by the other side is marked with three capital letters, shown in the picture. Cross guard in the form of a stylized eagle holding a circle with a swastika inside all made of silver platted metal. The handle made of black material and marked on the metal base: “SS” by one side and three capital letters by the other side (look the picture)...
Unusual ad very rare officer's dagger by F.W. Holler Solingen, beautiful blue and gilt engraved blade 25 cm long with a sailing ship, ivory grip with, wire portepee and green washer. Decorated scabbard with anchors, a warship, foliated motives etc.
Dagger, fittings and original case in magnificent condition.
Total length: 42 cm
Nice Imperial Prussian commemorative pilot stickpin or lapel pin. Terrific aged look and back mark indicates 800 silver content. Very nice flyer related piece.
This is a rare .44 caliber cannon screw barrel of 3 1/2 inches with London proof marks and Thomas Ketland's proof on the underside. Thomas Ketland & Co. was a gun maker founded in Birmingham, England around 1760. Thomas Sr. was a very successful gun maker who started his business around 1760 and expanded into the export market around 1790...
This is a fabulous sword from the Civil War era belonging to non-regulation foot officers produced by Clauberg Solingen. The specs are as follow:
Slightly curved 32 inch (81.28) Iron Proof blade with two panels etched with scrolling florals, the uppermost with US on one side and Federal eagle on the other. Ricasso with maker's marking for W...
This is an authentic pair of the 19 century Mughal engraved iron axes with hand-hammered,gilded details, design, and workmanship. There are hand-engraved floral ornaments all over the axes.
One axe measures 33 ½” tall, 7 1/4" wide, and 3” deep, and the other axe measures 33 ½ " tall, 8" wide, and 3" deep.
They are triple weapon, and by the wear-out of the blade, especially of the smaller axe, gives evidence of them being used as battle weapons.
The axes are very well preserved for th...
Goodness, what a cool niche piece. This might not click with many collections but if odd aviation or Eastern European volunteer is of interest I don't know where one might ever find another example. This is an 835 silver hallmarked qualification badge for a Slovakian air force mechanic. A no doubter with a gorgeous uncleaned, untouched patina. Great item.
This sword is not repeat is not a glitzy trashy replica produced for the grand tour crowd by Toledo-It is an early 19thc or late 18thc- hand forged steel Spanish sword in the traditional style of EL CID-sharp blade is hand forged, beveled and honed- tip is razor sharp--it is a fighting sword and not a decorative toy. No repairs or scabbard-no rust but blade has black spotting-grip is steel wrapped-39.5 inches long-sword has heft