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WWII Luftwaffe Bread Bag with Strap

WWII Luftwaffe Bread Bag with Strap

A mint example of the Luftwaffe field bread bag with its carry strap in blue. Well preserved and marked.  read more

Code: 51107

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Belgian Browning M22 Pistol Holster

Belgian Browning M22 Pistol Holster

These Belgian military pistols were used extensively throughout Europe by the Germans using captured stocks of weapons and related equipment. This pistol holster can be seen in use by mainly Luftwaffe Piolets and Waffen SS units. They were not considered first line equipment due to parts and other logistics issues. The Waffen SS were initially issued with foreign captured ordnance until late...  read more

Code: 51031

250.00 CAD

Web Sword Hanger

Web Sword Hanger

Offered is a standard web shoulder belt worn underneath the dress uniform to hang the sword or dagger from the left pocket or below the tunic skirt. It is not marked, but probably WWII era.  read more

Code: 51030

30.00 CAD

Complete WWII Kriegsmarine Naval Derk

Complete WWII Kriegsmarine Naval Derk

Offered is a fine example of the standard Officer Kriegsmarine Naval Dirk with white ivory handle, scabbard, portepee, hangers and waist belt. The waist belt is in excellent condition with the proper web belt and leather and metal fittings. The hangers are a standard pair, one long the other short with gilt lion head buckles. The grip is tight, wire wrapped, clean and undamaged. the eagle pom...  read more

Code: 51029

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Austrian Plug Bayonet c.1710

Austrian Plug Bayonet c.1710

The plug bayonet was the first attempt to convert the musket into a pike when in close quarter fighting. The obvious disadvantage of these spikes is that they are mounted directly into the barrel preventing the loading and firing of the firearm during combat. They were used all through Europe in the late 17th and early 18th century by infantry. This particular version is very long, exceeding ...  read more

Code: 50998

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Northern European Rapier C.1640

Northern European Rapier C.1640

Probably German made, this wonderful example of a period sword has a minor restoration. The Swept Hilt Rapier normally has a very thin blade, this version is slightly broader than most, but the hilt is in the classical form and the construction is consistent for the period. The hilt has a little play in the guard, but not unexpected for a 300-year-old sword. The pommel is perfect in its urn fo...  read more

Code: 50991

1900.00 CAD

Burbon Sword c.1815

Burbon Sword c.1815

Here we offer a beautiful example of a French Army spadroon of the post Napoleonic era. The style imitates the British pattern 1796, and yet has dainty features more common to the pillow sword of the late 18th century. With its simple wire wrapped grip, the steel hilt is provided a folding ornate shell guard featuring a raised grenade in front of the sun burst, the image repeated on the pomme...  read more

Code: 50990

1650.00 CAD

Hessen Style Pole Arm c.1770s

Hessen Style Pole Arm c.1770s

An original pole arm dating from the mid 18th century. This blade is typical of the German style and was of the type used by Britain's Hessen Troops during the American Revolution. The blade is secured to the pole with a screw base that has had some wear. It is not as tight as it would have been when it was originally made, but it is a handmade weapon and displays well. The original pole has ...  read more

Code: 50989

500.00 CAD

French First Empire Naval Dirk

French First Empire Naval Dirk

Offered is a French Navy Officer dirk with its chains intact, fluted ivory grip and gilt scabbard with hanger rings intact, and decoratively embellished fittings and blade. The blade is pipe backed and adorned with floral filigree and arms in overall good condition. A lovely example in the classical French form.  read more

Code: 50985

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French Infantry Hanger C.1830 to 1850

French Infantry Hanger C.1830 to 1850

Offered is a standard French Hanger used in the early 19th Century by line infantry. The scabbard is complete in good condition with some minor dings to the brass drag. The brass hilt is tight and in good condition with a decent blade. A common side arm used by the French for many decades and found in so many sword collections as a staple example of the pattern that originated in the late 18...  read more

Code: 50911

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