EDGED WEAPONS



Ref-005- EUR-Naval Dirk-Dutch-c1882-P Mansvelt Zoon S Gravenhage

Dutch Naval Dirk Circa 1882.  Turned ivory grip, well aged with one small crack.  Circular pommel, cross guard has acorn quillons, Anchor in the centre on one side and a symbol on the other, blade is etched with Anchor design and floral decoration on both side and engraved “P MANSVELT ZOON S GRAVENHAGE”.  The brass scabbard has two hanging rings and is engraved with Anchor and floral design on one side.  The number 459 in engraved on the hilt and the scabbard.

On Hold


Ref-006- EUR-Naval Dirk-French-c1814-30-Pearl Grip

French Naval Dirk.  Circa 1814-30 French restoration period.   Brass mounted hilt with fluted mother of pearl grips.  Brass decorative pommel and side strapping decorated with flowers to grip.  Anchor at the centre of the cross piece on one side and a rose on the otter.  Cross piece has lions head finials.  Frosted geometric floral decoration to both side of blade.  Brass scabbard with frog is also etched with floral decoration.

Price $1000 AUD plus shipping



Ref027-UK-Cavalry-c1796-Officer’s Beak Nose Pipe Back

English Napoleonic sabre, with a broad pipe back blade with a wide clipped point.  The hilt is of a rare variety with a back strap formed in the style of a beak which the knuckle guard mounts into.  The curved pipe back sabre blade once had engravings but over the years they have become very faint with polishing and the blade has some faint pitting.  The ferrule has a through rivet which was usual for the “beak” style 1796 sabres instead of ears off of the back strap for additional strength.  Grip is bound in Fishskin & retains 90%.  Overall sword length: 38.38” (975mm)  Blade length: 33.85” (860mm)

Price $1000 AUD plus shipping


Ref029-UK-Cavalry-c1820-Officer’s-3 Bar Hilt Beak Nose Pipe Back-Transitional

Cavalry c1820 3 Bar Hilt Beak Nose Pipe Back Transitional sword.  Steel mounted, three bar variant hilt, lacking thumb guard (completely flat on off side).  Cut & thrust pipe backed blade with spear point, slightly curved.  Steel beak-nose pommel and back-piece with ears to the fish skin covered and wire bound grip.  The Guard is extremely thick construction and there appears to be a small stamp on the inside of the guard the shape of a church window.

Price $800 AUD plus shipping


Ref031-UK-Cavalry-c1821-Officer’s Pipe Back 1-William IV

This is an early example with a quite a pronounced stepped pommel and a pipe back blade minimally decorated on either side with foliage and William IV cypher.  There is no maker name.  The fish skin (shagreen) grip is intact and still has its copper wire fully intact.  The blade is in good condition and still sits firmly in the scabbard.

SOLD


Ref032-UK-Cavalry-c1821-Officer’s Pipe Back 2-Victoria I

This is an early example with a quite a pronounced stepped pommel and a pipe back blade minimally decorated on either side with foliage and VR cypher.  There is no maker name.  The fish skin (shagreen) grip is intact and still has its copper wire fully intact.  The blade is in good condition and still sits firmly in the scabbard.

Price $1500 AUD plus shipping


Ref048-UK-Infantry-c1803-Officer’s Blue & Gilt Ivory Grip no Scabbard

British 1803 infantry officer’s sword, curved blade with moderate staining, darker at the point, blue & gilt section of approx. 12″, with decorations of stand of flags & arms & cannon, no Royal Cypher; gilt decoration to forte; brass guard inset with GEORGE III CYPHER to knuckle bow & lion’s head back piece & pommel; ivory hilt with minor chipping & no binding.

SOLD


Ref051-UK-Mameluke-c1800-Cavalry Officer’s Levee

Georgian English Cavalry Officers Levee sword in reasonable condition; one rosette missing from the ivory grip; curved pipe back blade; brass scabbard and hilt shows some wear.

$1600 on HOLD


Ref070- EUR-Mameluke-c1880-Officer’s Sword Brass & Bone Hilt

Western European Officer’ Mameluke. Hilt has an all in one brass back strap and Pistol shaped pommel.  Brass Ferrule with corded central decoration.  Brass cross guard with Chain Guard.  Grip decoratively carved bone.  Curved single edged flat blade with shallow (9 ½” 24 cm) clip back point.  Blade has a small decorative panel on each side containing pseudo ottoman script.  Plain steel scabbard with two throat screws and two steel bands with hangers.

Price $1200 AUD plus shipping