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Circa 1760 tome containing the full-size ( 10 X 15 1/2" ) military plates and text of Diderot's Encyclopedia.

Another is shown by Ewart Oakeshott, "European Weapons & Armour", pl.15c.

Shows fine workmanship and great age, though metal is generally smooth overall. Factory letter (comes with gun) states gun shipped May 10, 1883, to Hartley and Graham, New York. This trade mark was used on weapons issued to police forces"; see also pl.38c for the identical model." Reduced to

Circa 1760 tome containing the full-size ( 10 X 15 1/2" ) military plates and text of Diderot's Encyclopedia.Another is shown by Ewart Oakeshott, "European Weapons & Armour", pl.15c.Shows fine workmanship and great age, though metal is generally smooth overall. Factory letter (comes with gun) states gun shipped May 10, 1883, to Hartley and Graham, New York. This trade mark was used on weapons issued to police forces"; see also pl.38c for the identical model." Reduced to $1,100 1667) Cased Pair of Italian Double Barrel Pistols c. Case fitted on both ends with flush-fitted folding brass handles. Reduced to $3,500 1740) Walker's "Excelsior" IV Ship's Log. Heavy, 29 3/4" barrel, .66 cal., rifled with 8 deep grooves. Bayonet bars were brazed or welded on to flats cut into the barrel and simply cannot be removed, however carefully, without leaving traces of the fact, especially on genuine twist damascus barrels.$675 1609) Good Indian Suit of Mail and Plate Armour. While barrel length is not stated, Colt letter states this is because 7 1/2" was considered standard at this relatively early time in production, and unnecessary to record. barrel with Birmingham proofs, correct German silver foresight. proofs in flutes, face stamped ".450" and "892" (last 3 digits of SN on frame). Case exterior has several grain cracks, scratches, small bit of veneer missing from one bottom corner, though overall condition is good. Cased in original wood box, the log consists of an 11" long 4-bladed brass rotor (partly painted black) designed to be streamed behind the "Yacht, Motor Launch, or Fishing Craft" from an outrigger, the line attached to a gimbaled brass dial recorder fitted with a red painted iron flywheel. The flared checkered grip, the more elaborate fore end tip and the damascus barrel mark it as made for a senior officer. The military lines and the Royal "GR" cypher on the patchbox indicate Crown ownership.This action does not have the double nipples said to be a feature of Greener's guns. PS: I know of one website where an original Greener harpoon alone is priced at $5550.00 . Both blade and hilt have untouched matching deep patina, generally smooth with absolutely no serious pitting anywhere. This sword, however, is straight "out of the woodwork". Dufty, "European Swords & Daggers in the Tower of London", pl.45a.

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Circa 1760 tome containing the full-size ( 10 X 15 1/2" ) military plates and text of Diderot's Encyclopedia.

Another is shown by Ewart Oakeshott, "European Weapons & Armour", pl.15c.

Shows fine workmanship and great age, though metal is generally smooth overall. Factory letter (comes with gun) states gun shipped May 10, 1883, to Hartley and Graham, New York. This trade mark was used on weapons issued to police forces"; see also pl.38c for the identical model." Reduced to $1,100 1667) Cased Pair of Italian Double Barrel Pistols c. Case fitted on both ends with flush-fitted folding brass handles. Reduced to $3,500 1740) Walker's "Excelsior" IV Ship's Log. Heavy, 29 3/4" barrel, .66 cal., rifled with 8 deep grooves. Bayonet bars were brazed or welded on to flats cut into the barrel and simply cannot be removed, however carefully, without leaving traces of the fact, especially on genuine twist damascus barrels.

$675 1609) Good Indian Suit of Mail and Plate Armour. While barrel length is not stated, Colt letter states this is because 7 1/2" was considered standard at this relatively early time in production, and unnecessary to record. barrel with Birmingham proofs, correct German silver foresight. proofs in flutes, face stamped ".450" and "892" (last 3 digits of SN on frame). Case exterior has several grain cracks, scratches, small bit of veneer missing from one bottom corner, though overall condition is good. Cased in original wood box, the log consists of an 11" long 4-bladed brass rotor (partly painted black) designed to be streamed behind the "Yacht, Motor Launch, or Fishing Craft" from an outrigger, the line attached to a gimbaled brass dial recorder fitted with a red painted iron flywheel. The flared checkered grip, the more elaborate fore end tip and the damascus barrel mark it as made for a senior officer. The military lines and the Royal "GR" cypher on the patchbox indicate Crown ownership.

This action does not have the double nipples said to be a feature of Greener's guns. PS: I know of one website where an original Greener harpoon alone is priced at $5550.00 . Both blade and hilt have untouched matching deep patina, generally smooth with absolutely no serious pitting anywhere. This sword, however, is straight "out of the woodwork". Dufty, "European Swords & Daggers in the Tower of London", pl.45a.

Whether this is a Greener or perhaps one of the very similar single-barrel guns made by Cordes & Rechten of Bremerhaven, Germany, circa 1856, I cannot say. Incidentally, there is another site which provides quite good looking reproduction harpoons forged with the correct slotted shank with ring, at reasonable prices. Other Schiavonas with the same Imperial eagle etched on the blade were not hard to find. It is dated 1734 above the crowned double-headed eagle (see my pics).

About 700 or so of these presentation Model 1821 Infantry Officers swords were given to graduating officers of the Ecoles Militaires from 1822 to 1830. 12" triple-fullered blade cut down from Firangi (European) sword blade. All matching numbers 91761 (made 1883), cylinder matching # 1761, barrel numbered 1761 under ejector housing. All metal smooth, mostly blue turned plum patina, no pitting, edges and markings sharp and clear. Solid uncleaned checkered grip, no cracks or repairs, several shallow pressure marks on right side. The # 1430 is the issue # of some police force, so well-stamped I believe it was applied by Webley as part of the order. This explains the lack of a powder flask or a space to hold one. bright original blue(note that Tranter cylinders received a dull gray casehardening, not blue), remaining surface smooth plum patina. condition original bag flask with adjustable spout; original screwdriver and nipple wrench; original pewter oil bottle stamped on bottom "JAMES DIXON / & SONS / SHEFFIELD / 202 P"; original Joyce cap box w/caps; original canister of "TRANTER'S / PATENT / LUBRICATION COMPOSITION" with much original lube inside; 12 original bullets covered with white lead oxide. Barrel is of genuine twist and all the pattern remains, just slightly dulled. crisp working order, including double set triggers, marked "TANNER / IN HANNOVER". Solid brass mounted stock in fine uncleaned condition, no cracks or repairs, original sling swivels and thick wood rammer. The lines of the stock, cheek rest, pistol grip, thick wood rammer, are identical. However, the Model 1837 used a front-action lock, had a large rectangular patchbox, different placement of the sling swivels and a bayonet bar.

Steel scabbard with mostly smooth dark age patina, 3 small dents on reverse near drag. Areas of guard chiseled with foliage patterns, remainder pierced with myriad small square holes. Original solid wood grip, no cracks, chips or repairs, fit perfectly and obviously original to gun, retain about 40-50% original varnish. Regarding the handcuffed wrists, I quote from Dowell's "The Webley Story", p.66 "...frame is stamped with the Webley trade mark depicting a pair of handcuffed hands. barrels with hook breeches retain much original genuine twist finish, ribs engraved "A. Leather tabs allow entire compartmented interior to be removed from case. Case in good solid condition with two pivoting locking hooks, but missing brass lid escutcheon and lock bezel. This "GR" rifle never had a bayonet bar - the smooth and continuous pattern of the twist at the muzzle prove this beyond doubt.

,100 1667) Cased Pair of Italian Double Barrel Pistols c. Case fitted on both ends with flush-fitted folding brass handles. Reduced to ,500 1740) Walker's "Excelsior" IV Ship's Log. Heavy, 29 3/4" barrel, .66 cal., rifled with 8 deep grooves. Bayonet bars were brazed or welded on to flats cut into the barrel and simply cannot be removed, however carefully, without leaving traces of the fact, especially on genuine twist damascus barrels.

5 1609) Good Indian Suit of Mail and Plate Armour. While barrel length is not stated, Colt letter states this is because 7 1/2" was considered standard at this relatively early time in production, and unnecessary to record. barrel with Birmingham proofs, correct German silver foresight. proofs in flutes, face stamped ".450" and "892" (last 3 digits of SN on frame). Case exterior has several grain cracks, scratches, small bit of veneer missing from one bottom corner, though overall condition is good. Cased in original wood box, the log consists of an 11" long 4-bladed brass rotor (partly painted black) designed to be streamed behind the "Yacht, Motor Launch, or Fishing Craft" from an outrigger, the line attached to a gimbaled brass dial recorder fitted with a red painted iron flywheel. The flared checkered grip, the more elaborate fore end tip and the damascus barrel mark it as made for a senior officer. The military lines and the Royal "GR" cypher on the patchbox indicate Crown ownership.

This action does not have the double nipples said to be a feature of Greener's guns. PS: I know of one website where an original Greener harpoon alone is priced at 50.00 . Both blade and hilt have untouched matching deep patina, generally smooth with absolutely no serious pitting anywhere. This sword, however, is straight "out of the woodwork". Dufty, "European Swords & Daggers in the Tower of London", pl.45a.

Whether this is a Greener or perhaps one of the very similar single-barrel guns made by Cordes & Rechten of Bremerhaven, Germany, circa 1856, I cannot say. Incidentally, there is another site which provides quite good looking reproduction harpoons forged with the correct slotted shank with ring, at reasonable prices. Other Schiavonas with the same Imperial eagle etched on the blade were not hard to find. It is dated 1734 above the crowned double-headed eagle (see my pics).

About 700 or so of these presentation Model 1821 Infantry Officers swords were given to graduating officers of the Ecoles Militaires from 1822 to 1830. 12" triple-fullered blade cut down from Firangi (European) sword blade. All matching numbers 91761 (made 1883), cylinder matching # 1761, barrel numbered 1761 under ejector housing. All metal smooth, mostly blue turned plum patina, no pitting, edges and markings sharp and clear. Solid uncleaned checkered grip, no cracks or repairs, several shallow pressure marks on right side. The # 1430 is the issue # of some police force, so well-stamped I believe it was applied by Webley as part of the order. This explains the lack of a powder flask or a space to hold one. bright original blue(note that Tranter cylinders received a dull gray casehardening, not blue), remaining surface smooth plum patina. condition original bag flask with adjustable spout; original screwdriver and nipple wrench; original pewter oil bottle stamped on bottom "JAMES DIXON / & SONS / SHEFFIELD / 202 P"; original Joyce cap box w/caps; original canister of "TRANTER'S / PATENT / LUBRICATION COMPOSITION" with much original lube inside; 12 original bullets covered with white lead oxide. Barrel is of genuine twist and all the pattern remains, just slightly dulled. crisp working order, including double set triggers, marked "TANNER / IN HANNOVER". Solid brass mounted stock in fine uncleaned condition, no cracks or repairs, original sling swivels and thick wood rammer. The lines of the stock, cheek rest, pistol grip, thick wood rammer, are identical. However, the Model 1837 used a front-action lock, had a large rectangular patchbox, different placement of the sling swivels and a bayonet bar.

Steel scabbard with mostly smooth dark age patina, 3 small dents on reverse near drag. Areas of guard chiseled with foliage patterns, remainder pierced with myriad small square holes. Original solid wood grip, no cracks, chips or repairs, fit perfectly and obviously original to gun, retain about 40-50% original varnish. Regarding the handcuffed wrists, I quote from Dowell's "The Webley Story", p.66 "...frame is stamped with the Webley trade mark depicting a pair of handcuffed hands. barrels with hook breeches retain much original genuine twist finish, ribs engraved "A. Leather tabs allow entire compartmented interior to be removed from case. Case in good solid condition with two pivoting locking hooks, but missing brass lid escutcheon and lock bezel. This "GR" rifle never had a bayonet bar - the smooth and continuous pattern of the twist at the muzzle prove this beyond doubt.

Brass hilt retains 10 - 15% gilding, leather covered grip missing brass wire except for a few turns near pommel. working order and indexing, bore fine and clean, bright with sharp, clear rifling, just some very light frosting barely visible here and there in the grooves. This exact model was derived from the famous RIC revolver, and adopted by the Metropolitan London Police in 1883, as well as by many other police forces throughout the Empire. Buttcaps are spring-loaded to swivel sideways to provide storage for spare caps. Sixteen holes, 11 at front and 5 at back, to hold prepared paper cartouches, providing four reloads for both guns. Original double cavity mold stamped "TRANTER'S PATENT"; ex. The Model 1837 illustrated is made by Tanner also, and apparently Tanner submitted this successful design in the Trials.There is an inscription on the upper right breastplate. 30" strongly curved blade with 10" back edge, is identical in form to British Mountain Artillery Pattern 1896. However, George IV died in 1830, a date I consider too early for this rifle.Its type and location suggests this may have come from the known group of 16th and 17th century suits captured by Anup Singh, Maharajah of Bikaner, when, acting as the General of the Mogul Emperor Aurangzeb's army, he took by siege the Fortress of Adoni in 1689. Stamped with maker's mark "JOHN ROUND & SON / LIMITED / SHEFFIELD" , this mark partly overstruck with date '8 '15 (possibly '13) and inspector's stamp. William IV became King of England and ruler of Hanover from 1830 to 1837 - but this is clearly not a "WR".Solid stock is relief carved and silver wire inlaid, no cracks or repairs, engraved iron t.g.and sideplate, silver longspur engraved buttcap and embossed silver muzzle band. Grips retain 90% fine original varnish, slight chip missing both sides at rear of flared butt.from 1874 to 1932 as a "Silversmith, Electroplater, Knife and Swordmaker" (R. Bezdek, "Swords and Sword Makers of England and Scotland", p.214). 6" barrel, .450 CF cal., top marked "ADAMS PATENT SMALL ARMS Co 331 STRAND LONDON" , stamped with tiny London view and proof marks. ,500 1733) Cased British Double-Action Tranter model 1856 Revolver. To solve the problem, Victoria's uncle, the Duke of Cumberland, left England and became King George of Hanover (1837-51), and hence the "GR" on the patchbox cover.Hilt is of some base metal, probably brass, non-magnetic, heavily silver plated. Cylinder with London proofs, serial # 4703 which matches #4703 stamped on frame. Case in fine condition, never refinished, has a partial grain crack in wood of bottom, otherwise no damage. When King George died, he was succeeded by his son, George, who reigned until Hanover picked the wrong side in the Austro-Prussian War of 1866 for supremacy in the German lands and was annexed by Prussia in that year. NOTE: Carl Daniel Tanner, Hanover, 1791-1858, was Court Gunmaker = "Hofrustmeister" Reduced to ,400 1765) A Fine Caucasian / Cossack Pistol "Topantcha", late 18th to mid-19th century. barrel of genuine twist damascus (faded but visible), struck at breech with two armourer's marks in Arabic, gold inlay at breech and star fore sight. Barrels retain 35% original blue, balance fading to smooth plum. The last numeral missing because of some inconvenient pitting.Composed of alternate rows of solid and riveted links, four large breast plates with lace loops, smaller plates at sides and five rows of overlapping scales on back These scales overlap each other by two-thirds, ensuring that any thrust or cut must penetrate the thickness of two layers. A nice, clean, 100% correct,never played with, and all-original Colt. Frame marked with serial # "88892 , .450 / POLICE / WEBLEY'S / handcuffed hands / M. A gunmaker named Scarpati is dated as working in Naples 1770-92; while obviously he could not have made these pistols, he is likely an ancestor. It appears to be in operating order, and the dial face is clean and shows no corrosion or fading. Solid uncleaned stock, no cracks or repairs, iron mounts, hinged trapdoor in butt, checkered grip in fine condition. The previous owner was aware that Hanover remained a dynastic property of the British Royal House when the Elector of Hanover became George I of England in 1714 (Hanover had its status raised from Electorate to Kingdom in 1815).The suit's links are graduated in thickness and diameter, heavier on the upper body and becoming lighter towards the bottom (where there would be leg armour as well), and on the lower arms. Suitable for a traveling gentleman or military officer, these pistols date from an era of turmoil in Italy, the time of Garibaldi and Risorgimento, and eventual unification as the Kingdom of Italy in 1861." Reduced to ,600 1673) British Indian Army Mountain Artillery Senior NCO's Sword. Spring-loaded cylinder pin retainer, and safety lever to lock cylinder in intermediate position between nipples. The set includes an oil can with label "Ship-Log Oil". 0 1745) French Model 1836 Senior Gendarmerie Officer's Pistol. damascus stripe barrel polygroove rifled "en chevaux" (hair rifling). Although Hanover was not considered the property of England, all the British Kings from George I to William IV retained sovereignty over Hanover.Stock fitted at front with iron pivot slot for goats-foot type spanning lever; brass fore-end tip houses windage dial adjustable fore sight. Lock appears to be in working order, spring-loaded bowstring release hook snaps up when trigger is pulled.Solid, uncleaned, massive stock with brass mounts, no cracks or repairs.

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