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INDIA PATTERN (THIRD MODEL) BROWN BESS BAYONET WITH BAKER SPRING

INDIA PATTERN (THIRD MODEL) BROWN BESS BAYONET WITH BAKER SPRING

This bayonet is generally in the bright with scattered gray and brown spotting, more concentrated on the blade flat, also with some stains that might clean. This is fitted with Baker’s improved… (1037-229). Learn More »

NAPOLEONIC OR WAR OF 1812 BRITISH BROWN BESS BAYONET WITH RACK MARKINGS

NAPOLEONIC OR WAR OF 1812 BRITISH BROWN BESS BAYONET WITH RACK MARKINGS

This British socket bayonet bears engraved markings on the socket reading “H” over “105.” The “H” is certainly a company letter, but without better evidence it is difficult to say whether… (1037-225). Learn More »

U.S. 1795 PATTERN BAYONET

U.S. 1795 PATTERN BAYONET

The large quantities of French arms in US arsenals after the Revolution led to the common-sense decision to follow their design in the production of new arms for the U.S. army and militia when the… (1037-226). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER BY D.J. MILLARD 1862

MODEL 1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER BY D.J. MILLARD 1862

Millard, of Clayville, NY, obtained a contract from the U.S. government for 10,000 cavalry sabers in December 1861. Like many contractors, he suffered from delays in production, but made good on his… (E2856). Learn More »

$650.00
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CONFEDERATE RICHMOND SOCKET BAYONET

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND SOCKET BAYONET

Bayonet is made of a solid piece of iron formed into a triangular blade with a socket on the end for affixing to the musket. Blade meas. approx. 18.00 inches long. There are no flutes on either of the… (1000-1370). Learn More »

RARE CIVIL WAR CONFIGURATION AMES 1860 STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD

RARE CIVIL WAR CONFIGURATION AMES 1860 STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD

Adopted in August 1860 for staff officers, this pattern of US Army sword was used by officers of the staff and by general officers. A mistaken designation as the “1860 staff and field sword,”… (1047-72). Learn More »

RARE MASSACHUSETTS MARKED 1832 PATTERN ENLISTED SHORT SWORD WITH SCABBARD

RARE MASSACHUSETTS MARKED 1832 PATTERN ENLISTED SHORT SWORD WITH SCABBARD

Usually called the artillery short sword, the U.S. army adopted the Roman style short sword from the French army. The first contracts were let in 1832 and deliveries started in 1833. The sword was… (1043-17). Learn More »

MINTY WINCHESTER M1917 BAYONET AND SCABBARD

MINTY WINCHESTER M1917 BAYONET AND SCABBARD

This is a minty example of the US Model 1917 bayonet showing canceled British property marks over-stamped with an ordnance bomb and US markings on the obverse ricasso indicating it was diverted from a… (1037-200). Learn More »

U.S. M-1855 SPRINGFIELD BAYONET AND SCABBARD

U.S. M-1855 SPRINGFIELD BAYONET AND SCABBARD

This is the Model 1855 socket bayonet for Springfield rifle muskets.  Measures approximately 21” overall.  This specimen features a bright surface overall with scattered light gray “speckles”… (490-1627). Learn More »

NAPOLEONIC OR WAR OF 1812 BROWN BESS BAYONET BY OSBORNE

NAPOLEONIC OR WAR OF 1812 BROWN BESS BAYONET BY OSBORNE

A very good Brown Bess bayonet for an India pattern musket. Adopted in 1793 as a replacement for the Short Land pattern, the India pattern derives its name from the British East India Company, which… (1037-228). Learn More »

U.S. KRAG RIFLE BAYONET AND SCABBARD DATED 1899

U.S. KRAG RIFLE BAYONET AND SCABBARD DATED 1899

With the adoption of the .30-40 Krag in 1892, the U.S. Army began to catch up with foreign powers in the use of small caliber magazine-fed arms using smokeless powder. Developed by two Norwegians, the… (1037-240). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA GERMAN SILVER SIDE KNIFE WITH SHEATH

CIVIL WAR ERA GERMAN SILVER SIDE KNIFE WITH SHEATH

This stunning knife handle is made of German silver with a shell design. Blade is double edged with a raised central ridge and measures 5 inches long. The blade surface has moderate oxidation and… (1030-314). Learn More »

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN RED CROSS DAGGER, SCABBARD AND FROG

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN RED CROSS DAGGER, SCABBARD AND FROG

This dagger has a mint blade showing a mirror finish and original polishing grain. We see just a couple of tiny specks of dried grease on it. These wide-bladed hewers were produced with blunt tips to… (490-1782). Learn More »

MEXICAN ARMY BAYONET FOR THE REMINGTON 7mm. NO. 5 ROLLING BLOCK

MEXICAN ARMY BAYONET FOR THE REMINGTON 7mm. NO. 5 ROLLING BLOCK

The Remington rolling block rifle and carbine were popular weapons with foreign governments. In 1899-1900 Mexico purchased about 14,700 of them, a little over half of which were rifles taking a… (1037-193). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER WITH SCABBARD BY MANSFIELD AND LAMB

MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER WITH SCABBARD BY MANSFIELD AND LAMB

Overall the drawn saber meas. approx. 41.50 inches long from point to pommel. The blade meas. approx. 35.00 inches long. It has a surface that has moderate scattered mottling and light surface dirt… (286-511). Learn More »

CLASSIC RICHMOND STYLE CONFEDERATE PIKE WITH “W”/ “M” STAMP

CLASSIC RICHMOND STYLE CONFEDERATE PIKE WITH “W”/ “M” STAMP

This is the classic Richmond style pike with a double-edged spearpoint blade about 11 ¾ inches long with a median ridge and spear-shaped ricasso, and bears the “W” (or “M”) stamp seen on some… (1030-363). Learn More »

$1,450.00
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EUROPEAN OX-TONGUE PIKE OR SPEAR

EUROPEAN OX-TONGUE PIKE OR SPEAR

Staff weapons (or pole arms) were the most common infantry arms well into the 1500s, and lasted not only beyond the advent of firearms, but up to the introduction of the bayonet in the 17th century.… (766-921). Learn More »

SIXTEENTH CENTURY ITALIAN BILL HOOK OR GUISARME

SIXTEENTH CENTURY ITALIAN BILL HOOK OR GUISARME

Used throughout Medieval era, though use in England and Northern Europe extended into 1500s and beyond, polearms were the principle weapons carried by infantry for centuries and many were derived from… (766-922). Learn More »

M1905 BAYONET AND M1910 SCABBARD FOR THE SPRINGFIELD 1903 RIFLE

M1905 BAYONET AND M1910 SCABBARD FOR THE SPRINGFIELD 1903 RIFLE

Styled like the Krag bayonet, the Model 1905 replaced the early rod bayonets of the 1903 Springfields. Sturdy and dependable, the bayonet’s 16-inch blade compensated for the shorter barrel of the… (1037-194). Learn More »

MODEL 1855 BAYONET WITH SCABBARD MADE BY COLLINS & COMPANY

MODEL 1855 BAYONET WITH SCABBARD MADE BY COLLINS & COMPANY

Standard Model 1855 socket bayonet marked “C&CO” on the face of the socket. Blade length is approx. 18.00 inches with moderate mottling throughout as well as very light scattered surface… (142-52). Learn More »


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PAIR OF IRISH DUELING PISTOLS, CIRCA 1830’s

A stunning pair of percussion locks dueling pistols by M.L. Pattison of Dublin, Ireland. Working from 1802–1836. Each individual pistol exhibits the finest quality of European Gunsmithing of the 19th century. Originally intended as firearms for… (172-2908). Learn More »

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