Silver repoussé and parcel gilt dagger sheath and matching handle; with allover scrolling floral motifs and with openwork foliate flange at the tip; blade signed Alamar (minor wear). Size; length of dagger is 14 1/4 inches long.
Probably Croatian trench-made, the grip hand carved and applied to a re-curved bayonet blade struck with a K and a maker's mark in the form of a knight's helmet. Comprehensively first quarter of the 20th century. Light wear. Overall length 72 cm.
Description: The horn body set with large brass mounts well-engraved in characteristic style. Mid 19th century. Stopper lacking. Overall length 33 cm. or 13 inches.
Description: Of characteristic form, with wooden grip flared at the pommel and inlaid with soft metals in geometrical design. The massive blade with chiselling at the spine, and coil at the forte. In its leather covered wooden scabbard with by-knife and sharpening steel and tweezers intact. Second quarter of the 20th century. Overall length 51 cm. Good condition.
Description: A very well made example of typical form, the pommel and scabbard of figured hardwood, the mounts of silver and parcel gilt. The handforged blade of straight, double-edged type with central grooves, highly polished. Late 19th century. Overall length 32.5 cm. and in great condition.