Indian tulwar – 19th century

This tulwar is a typical example of the mid to late 19th century, made famous by Indian warriors since the 16th century. This example is in fine shape. The tip has a slight warp and a few chips. The blade is decorated on each sides and is not only fixed by resin, as is traditionally done,... Continue Reading →

Pair of Klingenthal Foils

This pair of late 19th century foils were made in Klingenthal by the Coulaux company. The hilts are slightly loose, which could be fixed. Price: 175$ CAD + Shipping (contact me for a quote)

Austrian Gras 1874 Bayonet

This bayonet was made in 1881 by the Austrian company Steyr, and was meant to be fitted on the 1874 Gras rifle. It is in excellent shape, with nice patina on the handle and very clean blade. The spring mechanism is still working smoothly.Price: 75$ CAD + shipping (contact me for a quote)

1786 Type British Naval officer Spadroon

This is a very nice example of a 1786 British naval officer spadroon, also sometimes called the "five-ball spadroon". This type was very popular among naval officers at the start of the Napoleonic War, and was even carried by Admiral Nelson. This spadroon is very interesting has it was modified by, most probably, it's naval... Continue Reading →

1845 Naval Artillery Officer Sabre

This is a rare example of a naval artillery officer sabre. Naval artillery officers were considerably fewer than their terrestrial counterparts, and so their swords are seldom found. This particular one was retailed by Henry A. Friedeberg in Portsmouth between 1918 and 1937. Friedeberg was one of the major retailers for naval officers from 1848... Continue Reading →

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