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A Swedish naval Cutlass, mid 19th century, with maker's mark of G E Svalling of Rosenfors, with a shaped timber handle with an impressed tulip mark and a numerical brass plaque or rack number, a curved bulbous guard and the long shaped blade with maker's s
A gold brooch and tie bar. Both crafted in 18ct yellow gold, the bar brooch designed to have a piece suspended, made as a very simple short bar of polished gold with fitted clasp and pin, along with a large tie bar in the styled design of a sword, detailed
A Tibetan sword with steel blade, multiple blood grooves, silver pommel and grip wound with plaited silver wire, silver sheath, 74.5 cm total length. Provenance: the mark Lissauer collection, Melbourne
A Mandau sword, raised carving and fibre lashing on wooden sheath, carved deer horn grip, finely incised floral motif one side, inlaid brass dots the other, 61 cm total length. Provenance: the mark Lissauer collection, Melbourne
A 19th century Mongolian double sword in one scabbard, brass trimmings, on pommel a lion's head, brass cuffs and ledge for carrying strap, end of sheath both sides a stylised dragons, minor faults, 69 cm total length. Provenance: the mark Lissauer collecti
Fine old Indian sword of shamshir form with scabbard, approx 90cm overall with 76cm heavy curved single edged blade of wootz steel of Persian make. The hilt with silver mounts inlaid with black enamel, the pommel being in the form of a male camel's head wi
Fine Turkish sword of early date and of classic kilij form with scabbard, approx 86cm overall with approx 72cm curved single fullered blade of finely watered steel with pronounced and very well forged yelmen. The ricasso inlaid with gold inscriptions on bo
Fine old Turkish sword shamshir with scabbard of mid 19th century date, approx 90cm overall with approx 76cm curved single edged blade of shamshir form fine watered steel with a talisman and a cartouche of Arabic text in gold on one face. Horn grip scales
An important Australian Military presentation sterling silver mounted levee sword with two scabbards in the Mameluke style as popularised by the Duke of Wellington, in it's original cedar case. By Henry Wilkinson of Pall London. The curved blade finely and
A Henry Boker knife with sheath. This Henry Boker knife was taken from a Jap Captain during a raid conducted by Jack Sue and Captain Roy McLean and a team of guerrillas on the Kudat Peninsular. It was removed from the dead soldier along with other items in
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