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This site was last updated on the 19th of February 2018.
1796 pattern Cavalry Sword A standard Troopers sword of 1796 pattern.The steel hilt and scabbard have pitting patches overall but nothing serious As with many types of this pattern of sword the leather hilt covering has practically disappeared.The blade is very good and unusually clean for this pattern of sword.The back edge is stamped DAWES-BIRMm The blade also has some script on the blade which makes no sense to me and the date 1841. One langet is faintely stamped No 3. Troopers 1796 pattern cavalry swords are more difficult to find than this pattern sword that was carried by officers. The good point about this sword is that the blade is nice and clean.
1796 Pattern Cavalry Troopers Sword. The steel scabbard and steel hilt of the sword have a dark patina overall with some light pitting patches. The blade has one or two edge nicks and some pitting that gets heavier towards the tip The back edge is stamped OSBORNE. The grip may have been recovered at some time but if it was it was done many years ago perhaps in its life time.Both scabbard throat screws are missing Although not in the best of condition this pattern of troopers sword is becoming quite scarce. Condition has been taken into account when deciding on the price.
21st Royal Scots Fusiliers. A most rare sword of the 21st Royal Scots Fusiliers. The hilt and grip are very good with very little if any wear.The etched blade has one or two pitting patches and has a dark patina overall. The brass scabbard has a period repair which has been well done. However, there is a suspicion that the scabbard is associated but thats just me i may be mistaken. In almost fifty years of collecting swords i have never come across a hilt of this type to the Royal Scots Fusiliers. There are many collectors of this regiment and i am sure that this pattern of sword is missing from their collection.
Brass Hilted Police sword An unusual brass hilted sword that i believe originates from Sweden or that neck of the woods. The brass mounted scabbard is good although some lines and crosses have been carved on it. The blade is nice and clean with just one or two minor rust stains.except for the last five inches near the point which is pitted. One of the grip retaining studs appears to have been replaced. The retaining stud that locks the blade in the scabbard is inoperative and the blade does not fully enter the scabbard but only by a fraction. I should imagine that has far as police swords go this is quite a scarce item and make a nice conversation piece. Overall length is 31 inches. Sword is complete with its knot.
British Cap Badge (Kitchener's Army.) A rare white metal cap badge of Lord Kitchener's Army. The 14th Royal Irish Rifles.
British Cap Badge ( Territorial Infantry.) A white metal Territorial cap badge of the 6th Royal Hampshire Regiment.
British Cap Badge. ( Terr/inf.) A bi-metal British Territorial cap badge of the Cambridgeshire Regiment.
British Cavalry Cap Badge. A scarce world war one officers silver cap badge of the 9th Lancers. The reverse of the badge is stamped silver. The badge is scruffy and will require a clean. But overall a very nice cavalry badge.
British Cavalry Cap Badge. A brass world war one cap badge of the Queens Bays.
British Cavalry Cap Badge. A bi-metal world war one Cavalry cap badge of the 16th Lancers.
British Cavalry Cap Badge. A British world war one bi-metal cap badge of the 1st Royal Dragoons.
British Cavalry Cap Badge. A very nice white metal cap badge of the 17th Lancers.
British Infantry Cap Badge A white metal Territorial Infantry cap badge of the 1st Monmouthshire Regiment 1908-1922. Condition is excellent
British Infantry Cap Badge A world war one white metal cap badge of the Gloucestershire Regiment. Price includes post cost.
British Infantry Cap Badge A world war one bi-metal cap badge of the Dorsetshire Regiment. The post cost is included in the price.
British Infantry Cap Badge A world war one bi-metal cap badge of the Devonshire Regiment. Post cost is included in the price.
British Infantry Cap Badge A world war two bi-metal cap badge of the Kings Regiment. Post cost is included in the price.
British Infantry Cap Badge Post world war two bi-metal cap badge of the Royal Lincolnshire Regiment. Price includes the post cost.
British Infantry Cap Badge A world war one white metal cap badge of the Border Regiment. Post cost is included in the price.
British Infantry Cap Badge An other ranks world war two cap badge of the Queens Royal Regiment. A lot of the detail has been lost by over polishing but it is none the less a good badge. Price includes post cost. Up dated 6-12-17
British Infantry Cap Badge A world war one cap badge of the Wiltshire Regiment. Price includes post cost.
British Infantry Cap Badge A world war one bi-metal cap badge of the East Lancashire Regiment. Price includes post cost.
British Infantry Cap Badge A world war one bi-metal cap badge of the South Staffordshire Regiment. The price includes post cost.
British Infantry Cap Badge A world war one bi-metal cap badge of the Sussex Regiment. The slider has been clipped. The post cost is included in the price.
British Infantry Cap Badge A world war one bi-metal cap badge of the South Wales Borderers. Badge is very scruffy and will need a clean. Post cost is in the price.
British Infantry Cap Badge A scarce bi-metal cap badge of the 4th Battalion the Suffolk Regiment.
British Infantry Cap Badge A brass British military other ranks cap badge of the Honourable Artillery Company.
British Infantry Cap Badge A scarce bi-metal cap badge of the 4th Battalion the Northamptonshire Regiment.
British Infantry Cap Badge A bronze cap badge of the 6th City of London Regiment.,
British Infantry Cap Badge. ( Rifle Brigade.) A white metal cap badge of the Rifle Brigade of the pattern worn 1956/58.
British Infantry Cap Badge. ( Terr/Inf. ) A British brass cap badge of the Royal Jersey Light Infantry.
British Infantry Cap Badge. ( Terr/Inf. ) A scarce bronze cap badge of the 7th Hampshire Regiment.
British Infantry Cap Badge. ( Terr/Inf.) A scarce white metal cap badge of the 1st Monmouthshire Regiment post 1922.
British Military Cap Badge. A post 1902 officers gilt cap badge of the Royal Artillery in very good condition. Examples of this officers badge always puzzle me because it seems that a top loop is missing. But, having seen period photos of this badge being worn in most cases with the top of the badge leaning forward it could never have been considered to have a third loop. The loops on this badge being in a downward facing position bears this observation out.
British Yeomanry Cap Badge. A British brass Yeomanry cap badge of the North Irish Horse.
Canadian C.E.F. Shoulder Title A bronze Canadian Expeditionary Force shoulder title of the Seaforth Highlanders. Three of the four fixing straps to the rear are missing. If you can live with the missing straps its a nice item.
English 1796 pattern Senior N.C.Os Sword. An unusual English 1796 pattern sword of light proportions.The sword is sort of a half officers and half troopers.There is nothing about the sword that puts it definitely in either camp. The wooden grip has no covering but is good. The best part of this sword is its plain blade apart from a little staining near the hilt retains a good proportion of its original polish. The steel scabbard and steel hilt has been cleaned over light pitting leaving a peppering effect.All in all a very nice sword.
English 1796 Pattern Volunteer Officers Sword. A scarce English Volunteer ivory hilted Flank officers sword. The checkered ivory grip has some chips near the pommel but nothing too serious.The hilt is also a little loose but again nothing serious.The sharply curved blade is good and although there is no original bluing or polish left the devices etched on the blade still retain some gilding.The steel scabbard and brass hilt have a nice age patina overall. volunteer officers swords of this pattern used in the wars between France and England in the 1800s are getting harder to find. This sword is not perfect but it has not been messed with and will enhance any sword collection.
English 1827 Pattern Naval Sword A most rare English 1827 pattern naval sword with the pipe back quill pointed blade.The grip and hilt are very good with all grip wire being tight and complete. The slightly curved heavy pipe backed quill pointed blade has some age staining and pitting patches but nothing too serious.The devices etched on the blade are visible but quite faint. The scabbard is complete with all stitching tight but the leather is age crazed overall and has lost all its stiffness. It is quite floppy and care must be taken when removing the sword that the scabbard is not put under any strain. This type of naval sword with the heavy pre Wilkinson blade does not often come onto the market and when it does it is offered at a premium.
English Bayonet A scarce English 03 bayonet in its scarce correct first pattern scabbard. Condition is very good but there is no original polish left on the steel parts. The leather frog is very floppy This is a difficult to come across bayonet in this pattern scabbard.
English Cavalry sword. A scarce English late Victorian heavy cavalry sword in good condition. The ever so slightly curved blade is very good with a lot of original polish remaining. The steel hilt is good although no original finish remains. A very nice sword that will grace any collection.
English Military Cap Badge. ( Terr/Inf.) A brass British cap badge of the 7th Manchester Regiment.
English Socket Bayonet. A scarce 1876 pattern socket bayonet for the Martini Henry Rifle in its 1st pattern scabbard with three brass rivets. Overall the bayonet is in very nice condition with a good clean blade stamped with acceptance marks. The socket is dark stained. Overall a very nice and scarce bayonet. Overall length is 26 inches.
English Volunteer bayonet An English Volunteer bayonet of a type of which many variations were made and accepted by the war office in the mid 1850s and early 18 60s. Both the scabbard chapes and the pommel and cross piece of the bayonet are very very lightly pitted but not so bad that it spoils the look of the bayonet.The blade is devoid of any markings and retains much of its original polish. Unusually for this age of bayonet the pommel of the bayonet and the scabbard have matching numbers.
Flintlock Musket. A flintlock musket in very good condition. It locks on both cocks but perhaps not as crisp as it would have been in its working life.There are no markings at all to the lock or the rest of the rifle. The rifle could be English or continental or made for the Indian market but i lean towards English because the ram is of the Enfield type. Overall a very nice collectable flintlock. Overall length is four foot.
French / German 19th Century Sword. An unusual French or German Sword dating from the early 1800s The brass scabbard shows signs of plating and there are one or two small dents but nothing too serious. The curved blade is good with just some minor spotting. It also retains 50% of its original bluing and gilt. The wire wound bone grip is good with all wire intact but does show some wear with a nice design on the outward facing langet. An unusual sword that is priced to sell.
French 1822 model Curassier Troopers Sword. A French model 1822 Curassier Troopers sword. The straight blade retains most of its original polish and shows signs of a period sharpen.Most of the grip wire is missing but other wise is fine.The steel scabbard is good with a nice age patina. Overall length is forty one inches. The spine of the blade, like most French weapons,is etched with the place of manufacturer the manufacturers details and dates of production. In this swords case 1822 and 1888 This is a very nice sword.
French First Empire Cavalry Sword A rare brass and horn hilted French Light Cavalry Officers sword circa 1804 1815. The narrow curved blade is good but has a lot of age staining and has no original polish left. The blade etching which would have been blued and gilt at one time is still quite visible.There is one narrow fuller. The brass grip and bone handle are very good.The real story of this sword however, is its brass scabbard. It has some dents and marks and one or two small solder repairs. The bottom
French/ German sword. Pictures of the blue and gilt.
German Bayonet A German bayonet for the Kar rifle with a sawback. Bayonet is in good condition with its correct frog. A scarce bayonet at any time.
Imperial German Helmet. A most rare Imperial German Cavalry helmet of the 8th Curassier's It does show a little wear and use but for its age it is in very good condition. The helmet dates to about 1915/16. Helmets like this only come on to the market very rarely.
Irish Military Cap Badge. A scarce brass Victorian cap badge of the Royal Irish Regiment. Condition is very good.
Japanese Naval Katana. A most excellent world war two Japanese naval officers katana. Because of the detail on this sword it must have belonged to a very rich senior officer. The Samurai silver mon is on the centre flower of the menuki. The tsuba is silver plated. The bottom scabbard chape is of a different pattern than normally found on this type of sword. The blade is early Shinto and dates to the late 1600s. It is untouched. The blade still retains some original polish and has a beautiful jagged midare hamon.The blade has one or two pitting patches but nothing serious and nothing that could'nt be cured.The tang is unsigned. The scabbard is covered overall in black same and looks wonderful. This is a very imposing weapon and any Japanese naval sword is rare but i can truthfully say that Japanese naval swords of this quality rarely if ever come on to the market.
Japanese Tsuba. A n excellent 18th or early 19th century Japanese Tsuba for a katana or wakizashi.It has flying birds amongst clouds and birds flying over a stylized river. The birds eyes are dots of silver and the solitary plant is picked out in gold. The tsuba still has its dark blue original finish and is in beautiful condition. This tsuba will enhance any collection or finish off a quality katana or wakizashi.
Japanese Tsuba. A very nice large 8cms by 8cms Pierced cast steel tsuba for a katana.Pierced overall with swirls and whorls and incorporating stylized dragons. The tsuba has a dark patina overall.I believe the guard dates from the late 1600s ( Koto.)
Percussion Musket. A long brass mounted flintlock musket converted to percussion in good working order with a nice crisp action on both cocks.The musket as been described as Russian circa 1800 and converted for reissue to Russian troops in the Crimean war. It has also been described as Scandinavian possibly Dutch and this is the version i prefer. The lock does have some pitting but nothing that its'nt acceptable. The brass is well polished. Overall this is a very nice rifle.
Scottish Infantry Cap Badge A scarce large Victorian Brass badge of the Cameronians. Badge is of the cast type and is probably theatre made. Detail to the face of the badge is excellent. Overall a very nice badge. Measurements are three inches by just over two and a half inches.
Scottish Infantry Cap Badge A white metal standard size lugged cap badge of the Cameronians. Conditionis excellent.+
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Three Band Enfield Rifle. A very nice three band Enfield rifle made for the Indian market. Condition is excellent with a sharp and crisp action on first and second cock.The lock is stamped 1860 Enfield also has a Birmingham proof mark and a Victorian crown with the letters V.R. These details are a little difficult to read because the lock has a dark age patina. Overall length is app fifty five inches. A good looking item.