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A Japanese Wakizashi, the 54cms single edged blade with pierced tsuba and unsigned tang, shagreen grip (with later lace mount), black lacquered scabbard, 78cms long overall.
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A 19th Century shield, probably Turkish, in leather or hide, of circular form with brass mounts and four protruding bosses, 27cms diameter.
A 19th Century Persian Dhal (shield), in leather or hide, of circular form, painted red and foliate decoration, four flowerhead bosses mounted, 35cms diameter,
A 19th Century Persian Dhal, in hide or leather of circular form with painted decoration and four brass bosses, 36cms diameter.
A late 19th Century Indian talwar, the 81cms single edged blade with three fullers, the shaped hilt with metal floral inlay, the scabbard covered in crocodile skin and mounted by small kard and fork with bone grips, 94cms long overall.
A Second World War machete, the 37cm blade stamped 'JJB 1943' and with broad arrow mark, full leather scabbard, 52cms long overall.
A late 19th Century Italian heavy cavalry sword, the 90cms single edged blade stamped 'FR', on a hilt with a pierced guard and ribbed leather grip, fitted a full metal scabbard, 109cms long overall.
A Victorian Infantry Officer's sword, 1895 pattern, by Henry Wilkinson, Pall Mall, the 83cms etched single edged blade with Royal cypher and maker's name, pierced guard around wire bound shagreen grip, leather mounted scabbard, 101cms long overall.
A Victorian Artillery Officer's sword, 1820 pattern, by Marshall & Aitken, North Bridge, Edinburgh, the 82cms single edged blade etched with Royal cypher and cannon, the open guard around wire bound shagreen grip, full metal scabbard, 99cms long.
A mid 19th Century French naval cutlass, 1833 pattern, the 67cms single edged blade with anchor design to both sides, stamped with letter 'C' in laurel wreath under a star, large bow-guard around metal grip, 82cms overall.
Four swords, comprising three epees and a sword with scabbard.
A Japanese Wakizashi, the 41cms single edged blade with plain tsuba and unsigned tang, cord mounted shagreen grip and shell inlaid scabbard with kozuka, 59cms long overall.
Japanese katana, the 66cms single edged blade with signed tang, on bronze floral tsuba, cord bound shagreen grip, and metal scabbard, 98cms long overall.
Two sword sticks, one with antler handle and hiding a trefoil blade with blued design, 90cms long; the other probably Indian, 91cms long.
Two 19th Century bamboo sword sticks, one a swagger, the larger 90cms long.
An early 20th Century axe, in medieval style, the head with hooked back, the shaft with criss-cross design and metal studs, stamped overall 'John Speak', 52cms high.
A 19th Century Indian talwar, the single-edged curved blade 76cms long with engraved decoration, the shaped grip with koftgari foliate design, 90cms long overall.
Three Nepalese kukri, one with ivory grip, two with horn, one missing scabbard, the largest 43cms long.
A 19th Century British hunting sword, the single-edged blade 45cms twice stamped 'G. FOX' under crown, antler hilt, 65cms long; with associated African scabbard.
A 19th Century Indian kard, the single edged blade with circular mark, on white metal collar and ivory grip, white metal mounted scabbard with bead and ropework design, red chord mounts, 35cms long overall.
A late 19th Century Indian talwar, the curved single edged blade with shaped hilt and leather covered scabbard, 89cms long overall.
A 19th Century Dayak 'Headhunter's' sword, Borneo, the shaped tapering single edged blade 49cms, on a reed woven grip with ivory pommel, the scabbard on cloth belt with part of a monkey jaw mounted, 84cms long overall.
Three 19th Century knives, comprising: an Indian peshkabz, with white metal grip, 38cms long; an Indian kard, with inlaid bone grip and leather covered scabbard, 26cms long; and another knife, with bowie type blade stamped '***mandoesser Ko', with wire bound grip, 39cms long.
A 19th Century Malayan kris, the shaped blade on wooden hilt with floral carving, in shaped wooden scabbard, 51cms long overall.
A 19th Century Malayan kris, the shaped blade on an ivory hilt carved as a stylised garuda bird, 40cms long.
A sword, possibly Malayan, the single edged blade with squared-off end, brass mounted wooden grip, 56cms long; together with a small knife, probably African, with leather and rush mounted grip and matching scabbard, 31cms long overall.
A late 17th/early 18th Century Indian gauntlet sword or pata, the 80cms fullered blade possibly European, on a gauntlet-type hand cover with bar grip, (some losses), 112cms overall.
An 1879 pattern British artillery sword bayonet, the 65cms blade with saw-back, 80cms overall.
Three bayonets, to include: a British First World War 1913 bayonet by Remington, with scabbard, 58cms long.
A 20th Century German dress sword, with etched blade, giltmetal blade with white metal eagle mount to guard and giltmetal leather scabbard, 102cms overall; a 20th Century German Officer's sword by Weyersberg Kirsohbaum & Co., Solingen, 82cms long overall; and a sword stick (no scabbard).
A Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) Lincoln Jeffries patent air rifle, with under lever action, no. 6561, 110cms long.
A 19th Century German percussion sporting gun, the barrel with full-length fore-end holding ram rod, the floral engraved lock plate above wooden trigger guard, the shaped butt with carved flower motifs, 113cms long overall.
A 19th Century double-barrelled 10 bore sporting gun, by Charles Lancaster, London, the barrels holding single ram rod under, signed to lock plates, checker cut fore-end and grip, 120cms long overall.
A 19th Century Tower rifle, with converted percussion action (missing hammer), stamped 'Tower 1859', 140cms long.
An 18th Century converted percussion pistol, for the Royal Navy, the 20 bore barrel above associated ram rod (originally swivel), the hammer converted from flintlock, brass trigger guard and butt cap with hanging loop, 36cms long.
A 19th Century percussion pistol, the 80 bore barrel on leaf engraved lock plates, checker cut walnut bag-type grip, 18cms long.
A pair of Boar War medals, Queens South Africa medal with Laing's Neck, Transvaal, Relief of Ladysmith and Tugela Heights clasps and a King's South Africa medal with 1901 and 1902 clasps, awarded to 3639 Private J Dickinson, Durham Light Infantry, with ribbons, cap badges and handkerchief for General Sir Redvers Buller's Natal Field Forces, in tin.
The Territorial Long Service medal of Captain C.A. Findlay T.D., boxed; miniatures, badges and buttons.
The Pilots Log Books, Identity Book, Pilots Notes, Manuals, maps, postcards, equipment, a telescope and other ephemera of Lieutenant Commander John Ernest Ratcliffe Plane, Flying Branch of the Royal Navy Volunteers Reserves.
Two post-WWI silk work panels for the Allied Forces in China, East Yorkshire, 1926-7, 40 x 45cms.
A 19th Century 2nd Regiment of Foot (The Queen's West Surrey) swagger stick, by Hawkes & Co., the tapering ebonised shaft with giltmetal mounts, the pommel with white metal regimental badge, 54cms long, in original case with address 14 Piccadilly, London.
Ten 19th Century shot and powder flasks, in brass, copper and leather; with a spur and an epaulette.
Four 19th Century truncheons, comprising: one William IV; two Victorian; and another very worn, 38cms long.
Five truncheons; a mace; a First World War belt; a pair of handcuffs; and a mace type metal head.
The Deck Log Book and White Ensign of HMS LST3, showing details of its decommissioning voyage from Port Said to the USA in 1946. Provenance: From the Estate of Sub-Lieutenant John Elliot, MBE, Navigator of the LST3, a Tank Landing Ship built in the USA and is believed to have been used in the Sicily Landings.
An original pencil and chalk drawing by Stephen Brown, depicting the TSR-2 aircraft, signed by Ronald Beaumont and Jimmy Dell, with certificate of authenticity.
TSR-2 memorabilia, including: press photographs, a Corgi diecast model, limited edition prints and books.
Bristol T-188 ephemera, including: an official photograph, postcards and book.