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17th Century Sinhalese Kastane

£375.00
Here we have a beautiful Kastane, a type of sword native to what is now Sri Lanka and used by

17th Century Transitional English Rapier

£4,200.00
Here we have an absolutely beautiful weapon from one of the most interesting times in English history. This weapon was

1811 Honourabe East India Company Cavalryman’s Pistol

£2,550.00
Here we have a truly incredible firearm, a cavalryman’s pistol made for the East India Company, of all the pistols

1821 Pattern Royal Artillery Officer’s Sword With Scabbard

£450.00
A good example of an 1821 pattern Royal Artillery Officer’s sword, dating from the reign of Victoria. This sword has

1824 Reissue George IV Tipstaff

£550.00
Here we have a very interesting tipstaff in a wonderful preserved condition. The tipstaff has a beautiful pre 1801 British

1827 Pattern George VI Royal Navy Midshipman’s Sword With Inner And Outer Bags, Belt And Knot

£750.00
~ 1827 Pattern George VI  Royal Navy Midshipman’s Sword With Inner And Outer Bags, Belt And Knot ~ The blade

1827 Pattern Royal Navy Sword With QEII Blade, Scabbard And Sword Belt By Wilkinson

£675.00
~ 1827 Pattern Royal Navy Sword With A QEII Blade, Scabbard And Sword Belt By Wilkinson ~ The ricasso is

1830 William IV Special Constable Police Truncheon

£550.00
Here we have an 1830 Special Constable Police truncheon. The truncheon is made of a hardwood and has been painted

1845/1892 Pattern Infantry Officers Sword By Wilkinson Swords

£395.00
~ 1845/1892 Pattern Infantry Officers Sword By Wilkinson ~ The piece is marked Henry Wilkinson, Pall Mall, London on the

1847 Brunswick Bayonet

£425.00
Here we have one of the defining sword bayonets of the British armed forces, the Brunswick bayonet that emerged in

1850 Manhattan Miniature Percussion Pistol .32

£735.00
This is an 1850’s derringer type single shot pistol made by the Manhattan MPG of New York. The pistol is

1851 Colt Navy Pattern Short Barrel Six shot Revolver, English Stamps

£1,275.00
This is a custom made piece identified by the serial number as made around 1861-62. The previous owner said that