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18th Century Bronze Cannon

An extremely rare opportunity to own an early to mid 18th century French bronze signalling cannon.

Cast with an unidentified French Municipal crest.

This example is 24 inches in length.

Bore 1.25 inches.

Clear vent, some unidentified blockage towards the bottom of the bore, which I haven't attempted to clear, but light can be seen from the vent.

Twin dolphin ring handles.

Well cast cascabel with acorn shaped button.

Due to the weight shipping will be by private courier within the UK, and will be discussed with prospective overseas buyers.

Bronze cannon, especially unexcavated, and beautiful bronze cannon, are hard to find and very expensive. This example represents good value, and makes the perfect "house cannon".

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52589Price: 2950.00 GBP

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Patent Hilt 1854 Pattern Infantry Officers Sword

A very interesting sword, produced by Phillips and Son, George Street, Hanover Square, London, and dating between 1864-75.

This example with a 32.5 inch blade, service sharpened of front and back edges. The etched blade bearing the interlocked initials and crest of the original owner, as well as the usual crowned royal cypher and foliate decoration.

The blade shows contact marks along most of its edge.

The scabbard is unusual, being of the highly flexible leather, of a type often associated with Indian scabbards of the Raj . It has a heavy elongated bottom mount, the scabbard throat now absent. The scabbard is a perfect fit.

The brass hilt of usual 1854 pattern, the grip being of gutta percha, with some wire remaining.

A fine and interesting sword, which likely saw Indian service, well worthy of further research.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52560Price:

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1915 Dated MK 1 Kukri

An exclellent example of this most hard to find Great War pattern kukri.

13.5 inch blade, 17.25 inches overall.

Fat handle with only minor chips, and no splits. retained by the correct nut. 1915 dated blade, with correct markings for the Cossipore Arsenal.

Housed in the correct brown leather scabbard with brass chape. Markings to the reverse.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52567Price:

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Edward VIII 1897 Pattern Infantry Officers Sword

An extremely rare sword, due to Edward VIII only being monarch for a few months in 1936.

This example is in very good untouched condition, and has no real issues.

All shagreen and twistwire remains, as does all the plating.

Standard 32.5 inch blade, crisply etched with the ERVIII cypher, and the usual foliate decoration.

This sword bears no manufacturers details, but the proof slug would indicate that it was produced by Wilkinson sword, probably under contract for another retailer.

Housed in original field service scabbard, with an unusual plated bottom mount, which usually indicates a mounted officer

Complete with black leather sword knot.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52565Price:

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Holtzapffel Kukri

A scarce late 19thC private purchase officers quality kukri, by the renowned gentleman's tool and knife makers Holtzapffel.

Heavy nickel silver butt cap, full width tang, hardwood slab grips.

Single fullered blade marked "Holtzapffel&Co London"

Blade has been sharpened, and has old staining, lighting pitting and light rust to both sides. Would benefit from some gentle cleaning.

Blade 5.75 inches, 9.75 inches overall.

Housed in its original thick leather sheath with a later leather frog for belt carry.

In kukri collecting terms this is a very rare piece, and one for the serious collector.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52584Price: 795.00 GBP

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Cased Elizabeth II Royal Naval Officers Sword

A superb original, and unused Elizabeth II cased Royal Navy Officers Sword.

One of the very last produced by the Wilkinson Sword company before their closure in 2005

Everything about the sword is near mint, and would be perfect for a serving Officer.

The blade still has traces of original grease, but no other marks or stains.

Blade length 31 inches.

A bargain compared to one of the modern offerings which are now produced in India, and a great investment.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52564Price: 795.00 GBP

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Stag Handled FS Fighting Knife

A good example of the antler handled Fairbairn Sykes Fighting knife. The bright blade with bark staining and light pitting to both sides.

The blade a full 6.75 inches with signs of sharpening, and retaining its original point.

The brown leather sheath bearing the ink details of its original owner, along with a service number, which will open up an avenue for further research.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52578Price: 175.00 GBP

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Coldstream Guards Officers Sword

A superb 1854 pattern Coldstream Guards Sword dating to WW1.

Highly decorated 32.5 inch blade, etched with battle honours to both sides.

Etched at the ricasso for E. Smith, 5 Boyle Street, Saville Row.

Also carrying the original owners initials of "W.M.G." opening up an avenue for research.

Well formed gothic style guard bearing the regimental insignia, and retaining all its shagreen and twistwire.

Impossible to upgrade.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52568Price: 595.00 GBP

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Chindit Medal Grouping

A superb seven medal grouping, awarded to Aubrey R.A. Whall.

This obviously formed a homemade display, the Chindit copper shield was hooked on the wall, and a piece of black felt has been suspended underneath holding the bullion arm badge and the seven medals. Only the Voluntary Medical Service Medal is named.

Completely authentic, and rare to find an attributable group to a Chindit.

Please see item number 52586 for his Chindit Bowie knife, which was purchased along with the medals.

Code: 52590Price: 395.00 GBP

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Chindit Bowie Knife

A scarce attributable example of this sought after knife, this knife having been bought with the medals and badges of A.R.A. Whall.

As illustrated in Ron Flook's master work "British and Commonwealth Military Knives" (page 205-206)

Generally excellent condition overall. Sadly the very tip of the blade has been broken away.

Blade length just shy of 7.5 inches, just shy of 11.5 inches overall.

Please see item number 52590 for Whall's Chindit badge and medal group, which was purchased along with the knife.

Code: 52586Price:

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