Of likely German manufacture and possibly from the Schmidt workshops, ca. Overall length approx., 5 1/2". Fagan Arms https://www.faganarms.com/ Dealer of fine antique arms and armour from all periods. 1910; and styled after a Northern Italian/S. Gunmetal-toned, rust patinated, steel surfaces with an unmarked, 11 3/8", double edged, spear-point blade. Mounted on replaced/modern hardwood handle with a nicely "aged" patina, en suite with the blade. Optics & Instruments 2 items. Fully articulated lames with riveted articulations and complete with their leather straps. The nasal-bar/face-defense with a pointed arrowhead finial: minor damage/crease. The interiors with black-painted surfaces and some scattered discoloration/pitting. 1540. Among the antique guns are wheellock and flintlock pistols … Overall length, approx. 1910. Overall length, 16”. A FINE EARLY 19th CENTURY/NAPOLEONIC WARS/WAR OF 1812 PERIOD ENGLISH/AMERICAN NAVAL BOARDING AXE w/ ITS ORIGINAL LEATHER SCABBARD, ca. 1570—for a Closed Helmet. 1000/1900: In very good condition with a heavy, hand hammered, two (2) piece, steel bowl of typical, 10th century, Norman/Viking construction. The interiors, en suite with patches of pitting and oxidation. Fully articulated hand-guard with decoratively sculpted forward lames. 1650. The large sized, heavy, 8" x 5 3/4” cast-steel, Bearded axe-blade with a flat rectangular rear “hammer”. 80”. 1850. 1890-1900. A very nice and high quality example of an 18th/19th Century Chinese Archer’s (thumb) Ring, ca. Overall length, 12". Fine original antique weapons, rapiers, broadswords, polearms, guns, and armour for the discriminating collector. In overall fine untouched condition with deeply toned, smooth, brown-colored, steel surfaces, a rich age-patina and some light patches of discoloration and fine pitting. A very nice and decorative 20th Century copy of a 17th Century Indian/Indo-Persian Fighting axe. Whether you’re a seasoned collector, or just starting out, Antiques Armoury has the superior selection of antique arms, armour, … In overall very fine+ condition and a nicely made and classically styled, early to mid-16th Century German “Jousting”-type Gauntlet made, ca. Virtually identical to examples from the famed Kienbusch Collection of Philadelphia, PA and to those pictured in Rodney H. Brown's: "American Polearms 1526-1865”, G. C. Neumann’s: “Battle Weapons of the American Revolution”, “Sword & Blades…” and in G. C. Neumann & F. Kravic’s: “Collector’s Illustrated Encyclopedia of the American Revolution”. In untouched condition with scattered light discoloration and oxidation. Some expected handling marks, minor dents, losses, abrasions and several old holes/damages. 11” x 8”. A fine, heavy-gauge and well-made Victorian/Edwardian Era Pair of 16th Century style German Leg Defenses for a Suit of Armour, ca. 1600: In overall fine untouched condition. 1580/1910: In overall fine condition and constructed of heavy-gauge roll-pressed steel with turned edges. Of “Munitions/Field-Grade” and in fine condition with generally smooth steel-gray surfaces and the expected signs of military use and wear. Click here and shop today! Smooth steel-gray outer surfaces with finely embossed medial ridges and borders. Fax No: +44 (0)1400 282658. A very good+/fine, heavy-gauge and nicely embossed pair of 16th Century German Tassets, for a Suit of Armour, ca. A GOOD VICTORIAN/EDWARDIAN PERIOD COPY OF A 16TH CENTURY GERMAN CLOSED-HELM'S BEVOR, ca. 1620s: The bowl of typical, 17th century, single (1) piece construction with a hand-forged, 7" high body with a 9" wide wire brim: the apex with its circular hanging-ring with star-shaped base. We concentrate primarily on offering for sale fine quality antique British and European arms and armour, plus related antiquarian objects. The outer surfaces with fine quality, original, double thread-engraved etchings, along the borders of the midsection, waist, neck, belly and arms. Ambrose Antique Guns, Antique Firearms, Arms and Armour specializes in the sale of high quality original European and American firearms and weapons. A FINE EARLY COLONIAL PERIOD FRENCH MILITARY PARTISAN, ca. 1620: In overall fine condition and of classic 17th Century European form with nicely riveted chainmail rings forming the open sleeve/body. Of classic mid 16th Century German form of, ca. phone: (828) 507-7160, German Maximilian Style Triple Comb Close Helm, ca. The interior surfaces with rust-stains, heavy surface oxidation and discoloration. 1650. Retains an untouched age patina with scattered patches of discoloration and light pitting. 1570. A VERY GOOD UNTOUCHED THIRTY YEAR WAR/ENGLISH CIVIL WAR PERIOD ENGLISH/DUTCH LOBSTER-TAIL POT HELMET, ca. A VERY GOOD EARLY 17th CENTURY GERMAN/EASTERN EUROPEAN MILITARY HORSEMAN’S FIGHTING AXE, ca. Of heavy-gauge, cold-hammered/forged steel; and the borders with simple rolled edges. 1580. 25-48. We have everything from 16th Century German two-handed swords and fine Italian 17th Century rapiers, to Napoleonic and Civil War cavalry sabres. 16” x 5”. Overall length, 13". A VERY GOOD SMALL-SIZED 17th CENTURY EASTERN EUROPEAN (Polish?) Please note we are mail order only. 1620s with its original sliding/adjustable nasal-bar face-defense with trefoil finial, its heart-shaped retaining-screw and its riveted and articulated "Lobster-tail" neck-guard. Measures 10” (h) x 8” (d). The 9 1/2" x 2 1/4", iron axe-head with a rectangular socket and a slightly curved, 4 1/2" rear spike/fluke. We also offer curiosities and oddities, such as ethnographic carvings from the South Seas, Maori items, antique Islamic art and Islamic metalwork, as well as books and interesting objects from around the world. 1920. Retains a steel-gray age patina with scattered patches of discoloration and light pitting. The tomahawk form, 7 3/4" x 2", hand-wrought, forge-laminated-steel, curved axe-blade with a curved cutting edge and an integral rear pointed Armour Piercing ”Crow’s-Break”. A matching neck defense, gorget and hinged visor with their original bosses and cut-washers. Retains untouched, supple, brown-colored, leather surfaces with light scuffs, tight stitching, minor abrasions, age-cracks/crazing and signs of use and wear. The handle with scattered light abrasions and dark, smooth surfaces. The type of weapon made infamous during the German Peasant Wars of the 16th century. 1560) German design and in overall very good generally untouched condition. Of classic mid-16th Century German Style with fully articulated and simply thread engraved/etched joints/knuckle-defenses: the fingers missing. As collectors, we have found that one of the best ways to improve a collection is to periodically sell or trade certain items in order to acquire better pieces. 1900: In overall very good condition with bright, exterior, steel surfaces, much polish and finely articulated lames. WAR-TYPE LANCE HEAD, ca. Smooth and dark-colored exterior with light scattered rust-stains and nicely embossed, floral-form, brass rivets, along its edges. Of very fine handcrafted quality with a sharp attention to detail and finely etched accents. The spear made from a recycled file, as evidenced by the vestigial tools-marks. The outer surfaces with numerous, hand-sewn-attached, brass, plate defenses with smooth, untouched, mustard toned surfaces. 204 at Bonhams Auction’s: Sale Oct. 12, 2006. American and Eastern weapons too. Measures, approx. Available soon. 1570-1600) Vambrace, ca. The inner surfaces with square-cut iron and dome-head rivets: missing the entire forehand. The integrally cast socket with a nicely roped pattern and ringed collar. For similar examples & additional information, please see Harold L. Peterson’s: “Arms and Armor in Colonial America 1526-1783”, pg. The top with a reinforced flattened point and the brim-band with its integral Nasal-Bar of classic Norman/Viking form. The lightly toned, steel-gray surfaces with scattered discoloration and some expected fine pitting. A 20TH CENTURY (INDIAN MADE?) BILL, ca. Of typical, early 17th century German “Munitions-Grade” design; and of Two (2) piece construction with a hand riveted medial seam, wire-borders, round-head rivets and its original conical Plume-Holder, on the rear of the bowl. The inner surfaces with staining and 95% of black painted finish. Please Select a Category Below. The noted wear to the rope decoration on the grip-section. Integrally forged, open-type, cylindrical-form socket with evident hammer marks, surface lamination and matching, untouched patina. In very good untouched condition with generally smooth, dark brown surfaces and some patches of forge-roughness and pitting. 48 & G. C. Neumann’s: Swords & Blades of the American Revolution”. Of classic mid-16th Century German Style with fully articulated joints/knuckle-defenses: the fingers missing. In overall fine condition with smooth brown-steel-gray surfaces, fine riveted rings/mail and some light scattered discoloration and rust patination. Of late 16th Century German Style; and of the style/type of face-defense found on a Closed Helmet. Specialist dealer in antique guns, swords & armour: English Civil War to late 19th Century, investment quality British Duelling Pistols inc. Manton, Mortimer, Twigg & Wogdon; British Military Pistols, Muskets & Rifles. Materials. and are today specialists in antique Arms and Armour from cultures worldwide, Bronze Age to the 19th century, with a London gallery on historic Duke Street, St James's. Overall length, 23". The jacket with a lightly oxidized age-patina, untouched surfaces, some light patches of discoloration, age stains, handling marks and wear. In very good untouched condition, the blade and grounding-iron with deeply toned, brown-gray, steel surfaces, sharp edges and fine contours: expected signs of use wear and pitting. Untouched inner surfaces with a dark patina, some patches of oxidation and light scattered pitting. The tomahawk type, small-size, 3 1/2" x 3 1/4", hand-wrought, forge-laminated-steel, crescent-form, curved axe-blade with a rounded open socket and a smooth, dark, chocolate-brown age patina. WAR-HAMMER/AXE, ca. Of Victorian Period light weight construction with its decorative, domed, steel rivets and remnants of its leather securing-straps. Very fine and bright, smooth, steel-gray surfaces with nicely detailed “baroque” sytle “etchings”. 1580-1620: In overall fine condition. A well-made early-20th Century copy of a mid-16th Century German Left Hand (Main Gauche) Dagger, ca. In complete condition with an approx. Nicely rolled collars with simply roped edges, original rivets and hand-cut washers. The blade with its original cutting edge, generally smooth iron surfaces and sharp contours: some scattered patches of discoloration and fine pitting. 1620: In overall fine condition. A fine example of a 17th Century Mounted Knight’s/Cavalry Officer’s Closed Helmet, ca. Marked with a deeply struck (Spanish type) marker's punch-mark within a shield. In overall fine condition. davidwatson@antique-knives.co.uk. Ambrose Antique Guns, Antique Firearms, Antique Arms and Armour specializes in the sale of high quality original European and American firearms and weapons. Traditional, Spanish-Type, Main-Gauche (Left Hand Dagger) Hilt with a decoratively pierced, Knuckle-guard of an openwork, Baroque floral vine scroll motif. We also offer advice on the care, cleaning and display of arms and armour to best complement the ambiance of any setting – be it a castle or a city apartment. If you would like to hear from us as we update our stock list please subscribe to … 1620 with its two (2) piece, hinged, visor/face-defense with its original side-mounted locking-hook: the borders with wire edges, en suite with the brim of the bowl. A VERY GOOD VICTORIAN PERIOD/20TH CENTURY COPY OF A 16TH CENTURY SPANISH MORION HELMET, ca. Be the second permanent owner in 400 years!!! In overall very good condition with a lightly cleaned silver gray age patina and evidence of hard use: a working-period, forge-welded, blacksmith's repair to the base and socket. An integral ringed-type socket, two (2) nail-fastened, 20”, wrought-iron langets; and a finely sculpted, 8”, leaf-form blade with a delicately contoured base and a 4 ¼” cross-bar with pointed ball finials. Of very good quality Victorian/Edwardian Period manufacture, ca. We have a full collection of rare merchandise available for purchase. ), heavy, wrought iron handle/haft made from several forge-welded twisted bars of iron. A very nice and decorative copy of an Early Celtic “Bearded” Fighting axe. 1790, Historic Identified WWII Painted Leather A-2 Bomber Jacket Display, Magnificent Jeweled Medici Dagger, ca. )Horseman's Hammer, ca. In good cleaned condition with patches of discoloration and pitting. Overall length 26". Overall length 20". 1600. I sell quality, authentic antique arms - armor and antiques. For a similar example, please see: G. C. Stone’s: “A Glossary of the Construction, Decoration and Use of Arms & Armor”. 118. Other such examples also found in the collection of noted Author/Collector William Guthman; and a similar example from his collection was sold as, Lot No. A very nice example of a classic Early Colonial Period French Military Partisan, ca. A VERY GOOD VICTORIAN ERA COPY OF A NORMAN/VIKING "SPANGENHELM" HELMET w/ NASAL-BAR, ca. A GOOD VICTORIAN PERIOD COPY OF A 15TH CENTURY CLOSED-SALLET HELMET w/ ASSOCIATED HINGED VISOR, ca. The best collection of Antique Arms, Armor and Swords for sale at wholesale prices for museums, collectors and beginners. A matching neck defense and replaced ear-defenses with inner hinges and leather securing-strap. 1960, in Northern Mexico. Mounted on fine quality replaced/modern hardwood haft with hand-carved contours and flat faceted sides. 1760-1770. A Pointed & reinforced apex, numerous round-head rivets, and matching "Band-type”, defensive strap-work. A VERY GOOD 19TH CENTURY VICTORIAN PERIOD COPY OF A ROMAN SUIT OF PLATE-ARMOUR {BRIGANDINE}, ca. Overall length, 18”. A nice example of a mid-17th Century Eastern European (Polish? 1950: In overall good+ condition. Garth Vincent Antique Arms & Armour is a trading name of Garth Vincent Antiques … The inner surfaces with heavy surface-rust/oxidiation and traces of a black-painted finish. Rifles 6 items. Shop where the real insiders buy. The interior with a dark, black-painted patina and some minor pitting and signs of use, age and wear. Retains choice, smooth steel surfaces with lightly toned, gunmetal gray age-patina, very fine and sharp cutting edges; and only some light signs of use and wear. A FINE EARLY 17th CENTURY EASTERN EUROPEAN FIGHTING AXE-HEAD, ca. Of “Munitions/Field-Grade” and in very good+ condition with smooth steel surfaces and expected signs of use wear. The crescent form wrought iron blade with an inner cutting edge and a reinforced rounded base. In overall fine condition with much (90%) polished finish. For similar examples, please see: George C. Stone's: "Glossary of the Construction, Decoration & Use of Arms...", pg. Horseman's Hammer, ca. 1580: In overall very good+/fine condition and constructed of heavy-gauge single lames with dome-head rivets and roped edges. 16” x 14”. The 8" x 1 1/2", hand-wrought, forged-steel, Hammer-head with an integral rear pointed Armour-Piercing ”Crow’s-Break”. 1910: In overall very good untouched condition with generally smooth steel-gray outer surfaces with scattered discoloration and light pitting. Of likely German manufacture and marked with a “XX” rack marking, on the inner surface of the neck-defense. The sockets with fine lap-weld seams and matching surfaces. 408. A GOOD MID-20th CENTURY REPRODUCTION FIGHTING-AXE w/ PIERCED BLADE & WOODEN HAFT, ca. Of most likely French or English make and was original part of a St. George slaying the Dragon statue. 1910: In overall fine condition and constructed of heavy-gauge roll-pressed steel with roll-turned borders. In overall fine+ condition and a classic example of an early 17th Century Eastern German/(Polish/Hungarian) Military Horseman’s Fighting Axe with Belt Hook, ca. The apex with its 11”, hand-forged, tapered, flat spear-point with a sharp tip. A RARE UNTOUCHED 15th-16th CENTURY GERMAN HALBERD/POLEARM, ca. 1500. 1890. Most items date from the … 1580. For similar examples, please see G. C. Neumann's: "Swords & Blades of the American Revolution", pg. Antique Pistols & Revolvers 14 items. A 15th/16TH CENTURY GERMAN? Overall length, 19 1/2". The exterior with evident forge/hammer marks and retains its smooth “forge-blackened” finish with some light patches of discoloration/patina. Overall length, approx. A finely turned pommel-cap with its braided steel-wire wrapped grip with steel-gray surfaces and some looseness. The elongated, tapered, pyramid-form point with an integrally wrought-forged rounded socket with lap-welded seams and two, (2) long, pierced langets for attachment to a haft (missing). We are always interested in purchasing single pieces or entire collections as well as accepting your consignments for sale to our international customer base. Th... Category Antique 19th Century Indian Arms, Armor and Weapons. Sharp contours and edges without significant nicks: some expected minor irregularity at the upper tip of the spear-point. Retains its original cutting edge with some minor abrasions, wear and nicks. The inside of the body with blackened surfaces, some scattered roughness and evident welds. In very good condition with generally smooth outer, steel surfaces, scattered discoloration and surface-staining. 1900) Armourer’s Copy of mid-16th Century German Bevor, ca. For similar examples, please see G. C. Stones: “Construction & Decoration of Arms…”. 1540 and of Field weight construction with a heavy hand forged medial ridge nicely roped edges and various piercings—for the attachments of leathers. 1920: : In overall very good condition with generally smooth steel-gray outer surfaces with scattered discoloration and light pitting. Ball-type pommel-cap with matching steel-gray surfaces, en suite with the guard. DESCRIPTION: constructed with a burgonet of rounded one-piece skull rising to high medial comb, with plumb holder projecting [Read More] In overall very good complete condition and a nice pair of 16th century Style German Leg Defenses from the Victorian/Edwardian Period, ca. 1525, English/French Pikeman’s Half Armor, ca. The inner surface, en suite with rust-stained and heavy patination. Of Victorian Period make, ca. Riveted wrist borders with turned edges. 1950. 1560—--for an etched suit of armour with a finely roped cuff, embossed knuckle-bar and thread engraved lames. The triangular form arrow point with an integral rounded socket with lap-welded seams. The hand-forged, 28 1/4" (l) x 5" (w) steel blade of classic 17th century European design, with a forge-welded, rearward pointing, 3" fluke, two (2) diamond shaped points, at its base and a large, flat, fascine-knife-shaped cutting-blade. A FINE 30 YEARS WAR PERIOD/EARLY 17th CENTURY GERMAN TOTENKOPF “DEATH’S-HEAD” CLOSED-HELMET, ca. ***From an old Mass. 1910: Of mid-16th Century (ca. A very nice decorative spear head with hard forged surfaces. We hope you enjoy our site. Pistols & Revolvers 15 items. Est 1986. Since we will happily refer you to another reputable dealer should they be able to meet your needs, you need only contact us, instead of spending hours searching the web or subscribing to numerous dealer catalogs. An extremely rare example of an excellent condition and complete Colonial American Period Decoratively Pierced Halberd, ca. A (MODERN) 20th CENTURY COPY OF AN EARLY-17TH CENTURY GERMAN BRASS-MOUNTED MAIN-GAUCHE/LEFT-HAND DAGGER W/ WOODEN GRIP, ca. AxeAntiques Since 1992 AxeAntiques has been a leading source of collector, investor and museum quality antique arms and armour. German, “Munitions-Grade” Closed-Helmet/Sallet of, ca. My Gallery can be visited by appointment only . Fully articulated hand-guard and knuckles with decoratively sculpted forward lames. A FINE EARLY 17th CENTURY GERMAN/EASTERN EUROPEAN FIGHTING AXE, ca. The base with an integral open suspension-loop and the handle/grip with twisted staves which terminate into a cylindrical apex-- for the attachment of the Hammer-head. Buff-colored interior liner with matching hand-stitching, untouched and age-stained surfaces and some isolated patches of discoloration and wear. For similar examples, please see Stone’s: “Glossary of the Construction, Decoration and Use of Arms and Armor”. Antique Armour/Helmets/Militaria. Retains dark, untouched iron surfaces with a nicely aged patina, evident hammer/forge marks and somewhat coarse/rough surfaces. Of good quality Victorian Period manufacture, as made of heavy-gauge, cold-hammered steel with articalted lames and riveted borders. Weight, approx. 117, plt. 1570: In overall fine condition (as is) with bright steel surfaces, much of its original polish and finely roped details. Overall length, 18". A PAIR OF 20TH CENTURY MADE 16TH CENTURY MAXIMILIAN-STYLE ARM-DEFENSES (SPAULDERS), ca. Generally smooth, russet toned and moderately pitted, untouched outer surfaces with scattered discoloration. Another plus to collecting antique weapons is that historically they tend to substantially increase in value over time. condition. From Uniforms, Weapons, and Helmets to Toys, Artwork and Movies. Partisan form, pointed, double edge, 17”, Spear blade with a pronounced medial ridge and deeply cast and embossed floral scroll decorations, on its sculpted base. The steel surfaces and evidence of Combat use—several old dents, abrasions, etc.. 1580/1930: In overall very fine untouched condition. Black-painted inner surfaces with scattered surface-rust/oxidation, stamped "27" assembly numbers and riveted borders with wire-turned edges. Ross Arms was created by Jeffrey Ross to connect with likeminded, collectors, students and scholars in the field of arms and armour research, collection and preservation. Get one of our unsold lots now! Of very fine quality with Hand-carved contours with near perfect symmetry without cracks or fissures. All our items come with a complete money back guarantee. In overall good+ condition with generally smooth, toned, gunmetal-steel-gray surfaces. Garth Vincent Antique Arms & Armour The Old Manor House, Allington, Nr Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2DH.. My mission is to provide the collector with items of true value and to do so with integrity. 1000 AD. We keep an active “Wish List” and will keep an eye out for any particular item you may be looking for- even if we find it offered by another seller! Email: info@garthvincent.com. The inside of the body with dark, untouched, oxidized surfaces having some minor lamination and expected forge roughness: retains 90% of its blackened finish with scattered rust patination. The haft with various light handling marks, minor stress-cracks and a dark patina overall. 1640. The inner surface with lightly forge-roughened, untouched, steel surfaces and a deeply toned russet age-patina with traces of old blackened finish. Of very good quality mid to late 16th German manufacture with heavy-gauge, fully articulated lames with riveted borders (minor damage) and a hinged cuff with a spring-type locking device. For over four decades we have worked with museums, collectors, and scholars to develop a deep understanding of European weapons; knowledge we use to make products that exemplify the finest qualities of the very best historic pieces. 1750. In overall very good condition with generally smooth steel-gray surfaces, a nicely toned age patina and some scattered pitting. Mounted on replaced/modern dark-colored hardwood handle. The post-auction sale for our extensive Autumn Auction ends at 6 pm on Sunday, January 10 2021. Of very good quality Late 16th/Early 17th Century/30 Years War Period manufacture, ca. Large, rounded, “Band” form body with a 1” outer diameter: made to protect the thumb of an Archer from the tension of the bow-string. 1450-1600. We frequently update our catalogue. 129. 70". The finely sculpted and cut, smooth steel surfaces with extensive piercings of classic Colonial American (New England) form of, ca. Specializing in antique swords and other European edged weapons of the 15th through the 19th Century, we have an especially fine selection of quality 16th and 17th Century  rapiers and broadswords. 1580. 1630, English Basket-hilted Horseman’s Sabre for Scottish Troops, 3rd Quarter 18th C, A Rare German Triple-Combed Burgonet, ca 1540, English Brass-barreled North American Trade Pistol, ca. The faceted haft smooth dark surfaces and some light scattered handling marks: pierced for a loop or display. A VERY FINE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD ENGLISH OFFICER'S GORGET w/ GEORGE III ROYAL CYPHER, ca. The auction starts with suits of armour and rare helmets. 1900: In overall very good condition with rust-patinated, "bright", exterior, steel surfaces and finely articulated lames. 1600. Retains a smooth forge-blackened patina with numerous hammer marks and sharp edges. Long straight quillons with turned ball type finials, en suite. Of heavy-gauge wrought-forged steel with finely riveted lames. A VERY GOOD+ PAIR OF 16th CENTURY EMBOSSED GERMAN TASSETS, ca. A wide selection of budget to museum quality offerings. 1570—for a suit of armour. In overall very fine condition with choice steel and wood surfaces and much finish. The langets, en suite with evident forge/hammer marks and dark, light lightly pitted surfaces. The head and axe-blade with evidence of heavy use, wear, repeated sharpening and a working-life brazed repair, on the sides. A 16TH CENTURY CUFF TO A GAUNTLET, ca. In overall very good complete condition and a nice pair of 20th Century made 16th century Style German Arm Defenses (Spaulders) from the late Victorian/Edwardian Period, ca. 1650. 129. The crown pf the bowl with a defined crest and a tight medial lap-seam. 1650-1700. 1550: In overall fine cleaned condition with a 7 1/8" wrought-iron head with a ball finial and six decoratively pointed/sculpted flanges (in the Italian tradition). The base of the haft with an old (19th century) paper collection-tag with a “22” inventory number. COPY OF A CELTIC-TYPE BEARDED FIGHTING-AXE, ca. Swords & Armour Of classic early 19th Century design with a blade and fluke protector, a belt-loop and a central collar for the handle. Mounted on a later (Victorian Period? In overall very good condition with generally smooth steel-gray surfaces, a richly toned age patina and some scattered pitting. A FINE UNTOUCHED 13th/14th CENTURY GERMAN HORSEMAN'S AXE, ca. The type of Late Period European Armor often worn with a ¾ Suit of Armour. 1011) EXCEPTIONAL ITALIAN CHALICE Circa 1600-1700: I had a similar one on my site a few days ago and it … Fine, lightly toned, steel-gray surfaces with scattered discoloration and some expected fine pitting. New Items Added: 23rd Feb 2020. Measure: approx. Retains smooth, acid-cleaned, steel surfaces with a light patina and sharp cutting edges and point. The Faceted Hammer-head with a squared face and lightly oxidized & pitted surfaces. Retain vestiges of their leathers, one with its embossed bronze buckle. Overall length, 9". A VERY FINE 18th/19th CENTURY CHINESE GREEN JADE/JADITE ARCHER’S RING, ca. The interior surfaces with rust-stains, heavy surface oxidation and discoloration. We are constantly searching for good antique weapons, so please keep us in mind if you have something to sell or trade. Rolled borders with fine contours: the upper loops with piercings for a suspension cord and the interior surfaces with an untouched age-patina: some expected light patches of discoloration. A nice example of late 17th/early-18th Century Spanish (Toledo) Left Hand (Main Gauche) Dagger, ca. 19th Century Antique Flintlock Pistol Cabinet for Duelists. A VERY GOOD 17TH CENTURY EASTERN EUROPEAN (POLISH?) MID 16TH CENTURY NORTHERN ITALIAN/GERMAN ALL-STEEL HORSEMAN'S MACE, ca. A FINE VICTORIAN ERA ARMORER’S COPY OF A 15th/16th CENTURY (ca. Mounted on a later (20th Century) cylindrical hardwood handle/haft. haft/handle with a matching untouched age-patina, sharp contours and expected signs of use and age. A nice example of a 20th Century made 15th Century style South German/Northern Italian Closed Sallet Helmet, ca. 1600: In overall very good, dark, untouched condition. Overall length, 22". For similar examples, please see G. C. Stone's: "Glossary of the Construction, Decoration & Use of Arms and Armor". Both sides of the head with decoratively engraved geometric patterns of a slightly crude/provincial design: typical of Colonial manufacture. Most Recent Items Retains much polish with finely articulated lames and roped cuff. A very nice and classically styled mid to late 16th Century German Gauntlet, ca. This makes it a good investment and gives a little extra incentive when contemplating a large purchase. A VERY FINE VICTORIAN ERA ARMOURER’S COPY OF MID 16TH CENTURY GERMAN PAIR OF GAUNTLETS ca. The tomahawk sized, 8" x 5", hand-wrought, forge-laminated-steel, curved axe-blade with a rounded and sculpted socket and an untouched gunmetal-gray age patina with smooth steel surfaces. Condition with generally smooth steel surfaces with a dull pewter-gray patina. 1990: In overall very fine+ condition with extensive cast “engravings” overall. Faceted Hammer-head with a squared face. 1450-1600: In overall very good untouched condition. Additionally adorned with simple line engraved borders and retains its original sharp cutting edge. Overall length, 83”. Retains untouched, deeply patinated, dark, steel surfaces with scattered patches of discoloration, fine pitting and some expected wear. Thank you for visiting our site. Museum quality. I show at the world’s major Arms and Armour fairs in Europe, Asia , north America , such as Kassel, Rungis, Tokyo, London , Berlin , Pittsburgh. Retains a dark age patina with scattered patches of forge roughness and surface oxidation. 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