Many boxed named examples as well as singles too.
An 18th Century Afghan Pulwar/ Pulouar Sword with Straight Double Edged Blade. Huge blade and a very nice example.
1914 Iron Crosses issued to non-combatants used a reverse-coloured ribbon scheme and are very rare. During the wars of 1813 and 1870 the Iron Cross 2nd class was awarded on a white ribbon to deserving 'non-combatants'. This included doctors, members of the Government, officials, and men of industry. The 1914 Iron Cross with a white ribbon continued...
A super example with no nothing and in pristine condition. Maker marked and dated 1943 with crows foot (War Department) markings. A very rare example purchased directly fro WW2 veterans family.
'O' Gauge Locomotive Pannier Tank 57xx. DCC Fitted. Mint in Box. A superb example and wonderfully detailed.
These came in with the service medals for submariner from HMS Sceptre - famous for its collision with a Russian Submarine in 1981, denied by the British government and blamed on an iceberg! - Submariner associated medals *NOW SOLD* - Gold ring *NOW SOLD* - 7 Dolphin Qualification Badges - 1 Tie Pin
We very much enjoy providing translations and appraisals of Nihon-To for our clients and here is another example just completed by us. An Osaka prefecture one on this occasion!
A Brass Barreled Flintlock Man-Stopper Pistol by 'Wilkinson of Bristol'. With a solid brass octagonal to round barrel, stamped 'BRISTOL' along the top flat and with Birmingham proofs, foliate engraved tang, stepped, bevelled lock signed 'WILKINSON'. Fully stocked in walnut with a raised moulding around the tail of the lock, brass mounts comprising ...
A superbly made example with very fine detailing and a very high quality example maker marked (see pictures). The detailing on this piece is outstanding
Another clients sword back from our traditional sword polisher. Chips to Ha removed and another Nihon-To saved. This example was in a very poor state and heavily rusted - what a difference now to be enjoyed for future generations.
A really nice example in super condition complete with original scabbard. Numbered '84' to hilt. Rare straight bladed variation in superb condition.
- A French Infantry Gladius M1831 - A French Infantry Gladius M1831 - WW1 K98 Bayonet 1 - French Gras Bayonet
Naval Party 8901, the original Royal Marine detachment on the Falklands when the Argentines invades replace the flag at Government House, Stanley after returning to the islands as part of 42 Commando (see photographs). Here we have a rarely seen medal and ephemera to a Royal Marines Cadet who became a Royal Marine that served throughout the Falklan...