Takouba sabre

This is a very interesting example of a takouba, or Touareg sword, made using a western produced sabre. This was likely made in the early 20th century. The blade has some oxidation and warps. The scabbard is missing the drag. Price: 150$ CAD + Shipping (contact me for a quote)

SOLD – 1767 French Briquet

The 1767 is the first pattern of the famous briquet sabre which equipped French grenadiers, light infantry soldiers as well as musicians and line infantry sergeants. This pattern was of course used during the French Revolution, but also by French troops serving in the American Revolution. This example is in very good shape. There are... Continue Reading →

SOLD – 1767 French Grenadier briquet

The 1767 is the first pattern of the famous briquet sabre which equipped French grenadiers, light infantry soldiers as well as musicians and line infantry sergeants. This pattern was of course used during the French Revolution, but also by French troops serving in the American Revolution. This specific example had a very active life, as... Continue Reading →

SOLD – Mexican Civil War Cutlass

This is a fairly scarce type of sabre that is found in Mexico and probably dates from the Mexican Civil War. It is highly recognizable due to the very unique thumb piece on the top of the grip, and its very particular Bowie knife type ricasso made in the tradition of many espada anchas. This... Continue Reading →

SOLD – 19th century Stilletto Dagger

This is a fairly rare stilletto dagger, probably made in France in the 19th century. The triangular blade is etched with "souvenir" on one side. The whole assembly is steel, including the scabbard. A very solid and great addition to a knife collection. Total length: 21cm. SOLD

SOLD – Spanish Machete Reglamentario

These weapons are often known as Cuban machetes, and come with a variety of blades and hilts. They are particularly famous for having been used during the Cuban war of independence, but were issued to various officers serving in the Americas. This particular model was probably made in Germany, and bears the number 877. IT... Continue Reading →

SOLD – WW2 Australian 1907 Bayonet

This is a WW2 era Mangrovite bayonet of the 1907 pattern made in Australia in 1942. Mangrovite Arsenal bayonets are relatively scarce, and this example come with its original scabbard. The bayonet is very solid, with a few dents in the wooden grip. SOLD

SOLD -British 1856 “Yataghan” bayonet

A good and clean example of an 1856 sabre bayonet, or as it is called today a yataghan bayonet. It was originally made for the Enfield rifle, and later adapted to the Martini Henry. The leather on the grip is worn out, but very solid. No scabbard. SOLD

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