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Early Shinto Period (1600-1764) unsigned Wakizashi Sword

The unsigned blade is from circa 1600, it is fitted for use by a Japanese officer in WW2. Shinto, translated

Early To Mid 19th Century Bird Head Sword Cane, Blued Blade

Here we have a really rather elegant sword cane with a grip in the form of a downward looking polished

Early Victorian Cutlass, Fisher And Randall

Here we have a rather nice lead cutter cutlass in the form of an 1845 pattern manufactured by the company

Edward VII Cavalry Officers Sword

An almost pristine cavalry officers sword from the early years of the 20th Century in the reign of Edward VII.

French 1833 Pattern Naval Cutlass

Here we have a good example of a French 1833 pattern naval cutlass, most probably a Crimean war period. The

French Grotesque Masked Side Arm

Above the ricasso is a guard decorated with a grotesque mask. The spine is decorated with a similar grotesque mask

French Soldiers Short sword an early 1831 model Napoleon the third Era

French 1831 Artillery Soldiers Briquet Short Sword 0r Gladius

George V 1827 Pattern Naval Warrant Officers Sword

Here we have a British Warrant officers sword from the reign of George the Fifth. The sword was made for

Georgian Sword Staff (Sword stick)

Here we have an intriguing piece, what appears to be a staff of office or piece of regalia that has

Horn & Bamboo Sword Stick

SOLINGEN Horn & Bamboo Sword Stick The blade is stamped on two of four sides with maker’s mark, factory proof

Imperial German Wilhelm II Era Officer’s Rapier

This is a parade piece example of a Wilhelm II Era German Officer. The rapier has a fullered blade decorated