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Wakizashi sword with a gilt bronze raised kashira, a sheaf shaped menuki, signed blade, a plain tsuka, all in a shagreen saya. Length of blade 46.5 cm

A signed Uchigatana Koto sword (1600 or earlier), inscription "Echizen" being a known sword making city

1854 pattern British Grenadier Guards sword Named to Maurice Thrupp Killed in action 1917

A Masonic sword with leather sheath C. 1910, gilt hilt and guillion with pearl shell scale, silver plated blade. Masonic emblems in pommel. Lodge number 18. Length 94.5 cm

A Mameluke sword, marine ivory handle with finely engraved scabbard, early to mid 19th century, 95 cm

An Officer's parade sword, English, 19th century, with acid etched blade and crown cipher, 85 cm

An English Officer's parade sword with acid etched blade and E.R. VII cipher to hand guard, early 20th century, 96 cm

An Austro-Hungarian pioneer short sword with leather scabbard, circa 1889 length 66 cm

A Chinese sword with ornate tortoiseshell and brass scabbard, 19th century, 58 cm long, Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, Melbourne

Scarce late 18th / early 19th century sword with scabbard. Embossed brass mounted ivory grip, curved fullered blade, brass scabbard engraved '18th regiment'

A superb antique presentation sword of the Scottish rifle by Thurkle of London, based on the pattern 1826 rifle officer's sword with post 1895 pattern blade, but of a far higher standard. Beautifully embossed plated steel guard with Queen Victoria crown, s

A collection of weaponry comprising of three rifles and five swords and replica axe

Knights Templar sword, marked M.C. Lilley and Co, Columbus Ohio

Wakizashi sword with a gilt bronze raised kashira, a sheaf shaped menuki, the tsuka covered in samegawa, with a flower decorated fuchi. the tsuba is decorated with three lillies to one side & a wading bird to the other, symbolising honorability. All in

A parade sword, by Wilkinson Gun & Sword Maker, Pall Mall, London with Queen Victoria cipher, folding guard, shargreen grip and scabbard, 105 cm

United States sword etched blade metal scabbard United States army regulation standard - American made

Prussian World War I sword 36 inch blade with metal scabbard made in Munster brass Hilt fine condition

A Chinese bronze sword the blade inlaid with silver, cast in one piece, length 61 cm

Two Dutch Klewang pattern Cutlasses, each navy model cutlass manufactured c.1940. Curved blade with hatchet tip. Half basket hilt, with brass mounted leather scabbard. Length 78 cm (each)

Two Kris swords with marine ivory handles, South East Asian origin, the longest 47 cm

Two Kris swords, both with figural carved wooden handles, South East Asian origin, 19th century, the longest 48 cm

Naval officers sword and scabbard by Gieves of Portsmouth, late 19th century

A navy short sword, early to mid 19th century, 53 cm, Provenance: Property originally of Thomas Scott (1800-1855), Mt Morriston Tasmania

A British 1803 pattern sword and scabbard with George Rex III cipher and marine ivory hand grip, 91 cm, Provenance: Property originally of Thomas Scott (1800-1855), Mt Morriston Tasmania,

A Spanish court high quality copy sword sleek spear point blade, brass crossguard & pommel, black carved grip, complete with leather scabbard with brass fittings

A hallmarked military African sword with timber scabbard, Given to client's father, Major John Howes O.B.E. when he was in Arabia serving as British Consul between 1941-43

Victorian highland regimental sword, with basket guard. Blade inscribed 'Gardiner & Co, Argyll St. Glasgow.'. Length 104 cm

Early Sumatran Podang sword. 19th century European trade blade, with Indonesian bronze hilt. Blade pitted. Provenance: Bungan Castle Museum collection. Length 81 cm

Indian/Moghul Zulfikir sword. Likely 18th century.Bifurcated & serrated blade. Delhi Eyelash makers mark. Provenance: Bungan Castle Museum collection. Length 79 cm

19th century Indo-Persian Shamshir sword. Reverse serrated Damascus blade (repair to same). Handle with ram's head cast bronze pommel. Provenance: Bungan Castle Museum collection. Length 68 cm

18th or 19th century Indo-Persian Shamshir sword. Tulwar hilt. Good quality blade. Provenance: Bungan Castle Museum collection. Length 83 cm

Early Indo-Persian Kora sword. Nepal/Northern India. Decorated with angel to one side, tiger & deer to the other. Likely 19th century.Provenance: Bungan Castle Museum collection. Length 75 cm

19th century African Congo Ngala Executioners sword. Brass & steel bound handle, chiselled blade, wooden pommel. Some pitting. Provenance: Bungan Castle Museum collection. Length 54 cm

Sumba sword. two Dutch coins inset to scabbard. Woven cane bindings. C 1920s. Provenance: Lawson's Auctions 1983. Length 53 cm

World War I British two officers swords complete with fruitwood strengthened canvas carry cover, both swords by Wilkinson, singled edged steel blade, all decorated with Royal Hussars coat of arms and crest, steel scabbards, 103.5 cm overall lengths, showin

Wilkinson naval officers sword featuring a deeply cast lionhead pommel, the P-shaped knuckle-bow is cast as the mane, the gold plated brass has floral & military motifs with fancy scroll engraving. Condition good, no chips to the blade, total length 95 cm.

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