SOLD – 1867 German Infantry Officer Degen

This degen was used by infantry officers of the Wurtemburg kingdom. It replaced the 1819 pattern, which differed only by its brass wire grip. It was finally replaced in 1889. The 1867 has an ebony grip, which is very solid.It was made by Gerr. Weyersberg in Solingen.SOLD

SOLD – US 1860 Light Cavalry Trooper Sabre

This is another very nice example of the emblematic 1860 light cavalry sabre. This particular example has lost its markings to polishing, except for a very stylized "22" on the guard. The blade is in excellent condition, the guard exhibits a nice original patina, and the whole assembly is very tight and straight. The scabbard is... Continue Reading →

SOLD – AN XI French Briquet Sabre

This is a typical example of a famous briquet, as used by the elite troops of Napoleon's army. Based on the stamps on the guard, this briquet was made between 1809 and 1811 at the Versailles factory. It is in relatively good shape, with a very slight movement at the handle (the wooden shims have... Continue Reading →

SOLD – Blackjack Walking Stick

This is a rare form of weaponized cane which contains not a sword, a dagger or even a gun, but a blackjack. Based on the nickel plating, the style and the use of rubber, I would say this particular cane probably dates from the early 1900s. The blackjack is made of a metal tip, attached... Continue Reading →

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