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The Derby Saleroom Centuries of Conflict Militaria Auction [ENDED]

Wednesday, 31st of October, 2018 - 10.30am to 5.30pm

The Centuries of Conflict Militaria Auction

Lots per page: 24
Lots 5000 to 5025 of 514     Page 1 of 22
A 1796 Pipeback Light Cavalry officer's sword, 81.5cm curved blade, steel D-guard, steel scabbard with two hanging rings, 96cm long overall, c. 1815 Similar examples to John Prosser.

5000

sold for £550.00
A 1796 Heavy Cavalry officer's dress sword, 81.5cm blade with short central fuller, gilt distinctive boatshell hilt, 99cm long overall

5001

sold for £220.00
A 1796 pattern Heavy Cavalry Trooper's Sword, 86.5cm blade, langets removed, faint maker's mark to spine, possibly Osborn and crowned 5 inspection markings to balde, wire bound grip, 100cm long overall

5002

sold for £500.00
A 1796 pattern Light Cavalry officer's sword, 83cm curved fullered sword engraved and with traces of blue and gilt, stirrup-shaped guard, wire bound grip, steel scabbard, 98.5cm long

5003

sold for £380.00
A 1796 pattern light cavalry sword, 82cm curved fullered blade, stirrup-shaped hilt, ribbed grip, steel scabbard, 100cm long overall

5004

sold for £380.00
A 1796 pattern light cavalry sword, 82cm curved fullered blade, stirrup-shaped hilt, ribbed grip, steel scabbard, 100cm long overall

5005

sold for £650.00
A 1796 type pattern officer's dress sword, 81.5cm triform blade with traces of blue-and-gilt, brass stirrup hilt with ribbed grip, globular pommel with flaming grenade, 96cm long overall

5006

£150.00 - £180.00
A 1907 pattern bayonet, 42.5cm straight fullered blade stamped Sandersin, two-piece wooden grip, leather scabbard, 59cm overall

5007

sold for £65.00
A 1908 Pattern Cavalry Trooper's sword, by Enfield, 88cm blade dated 1912, 114cm long overall

5008

sold for £220.00
A Polish 1934 pattern Wz34 Private Issue szabla cavalry officer's Model 34 sabre, 82cm curved fullered blade, inner flat struck at base H Ludwikowka, Kielce, outer flat struck numbered: : S WZ 34, corresponding blade issue number has the series H, nickel-plated scabbard struck confomirng, brass stirrup hilt, fluted wooden grip This sabre would have been issued to Officers for private purchase. This sabre would have been sold made to measure and customised in appearance such as the Ebonised handle. These sabres are rarely seen on the open market.

5011

sold for £480.00
A Polish 1934 pattern Wz34 cavalry trooper's sabre (Model 34), 82.5cm curved fullered blade marked H Ludwikowka, Kielce, S.wz.34 with oval addition, 8510, K2 receipt mark, the plated steel scabbard with corresponding numbering, brass stirrup hilt, fluted beech grip, 98.5cm long overall

5012

sold for £320.00
A 19th century Afghan jezail flintlock musket, 103cm barrel with five brass bands, hardwood full stock inlaid with mother of pearl, 145cm long overall

5013

sold for £130.00
A 19th century Afghan jezail, 101cm barrel with seven brass bands, hardwood full stock, the butt inlaied with mother of pearl, 141cm long overall

5014

sold for £150.00
A 19th century Belgian pin fire pocket revolver, 7cm barrel, folding trigger guard, marked MF crowned, two-piece wooden grip, 17.5cm long

5015

sold for £70.00
A 19th century double-barrel percussion pistol, 11.5cm muzzle-loading octagonal sighted barrels, the lockplate engraved with scrolling foliage, chequered walnut grip, 24cm long overall (lacking part of one hammer)

5016

sold for £95.00
A 19th century double-barrel shotgun, 76cm barrels, walnut stock set with a silver coloured metal cartouche, 117cm long overall

5017

sold for £50.00
A 19th century Indian tulwar, 81cm curved blade, typical hilt with disc-shaped pommel and serpentine guard, 94cm long overall

5018

sold for £55.00
A 19th century Indo-Persian pesh-kabz dagger, 18.5cm serpentine blade chased in the Islamic taste with stylised birds and scrolling foliage, two-piece bone and horn grip, 32cm long overall, 19th century

5019

£120.00 - £180.00
A 19th century knobkerry-type club, slightly grooving shaft, 49cm lonh overall

5020

sold for £30.00
A 19th century North African Islamic jambaya, 24.5cm long typically curved steel blade, the hardwood grip with shaped arrowhead pommel, silver ferrule set with turquoise cabachons, tooled leather scabbard, 38cm long; another, similar [2]

5021

£60.00 - £80.00
A 19th century North Indian tulwar, 75cm curved blade, the hilt with gold koftgari damascening, pseudo-European cross markings to blade applied in imitation of the 'marca mosca' marks, 86cm long overall, the central pin of guard possibly indicating a Talpur tribal regions of Sind/Baluchistan original,

5022

sold for £130.00
A 19th century percussion cap pistol, 8.5cm barrel, the lock plate chased with foliate scrolls, walnut stock, 18cm long overall; others, similar and spare parts; a 19th century brass powder flask, cast with a pheasant astride a profusion of anthemions, gadrooned border, c. 1850 (faults)

5023

sold for £130.00
A 19th century percussion six-shot pepper box pistol, 11cm barrel signed Allen & Thurber, Worcester, the lockplate engraved with scrolling foliage, two-piece walnut grip, 21.5cm long overall

5024

sold for £320.00
A 19th century pioneer's sword, 46cm fullered blade, brass hilt with ribbed grip and lion mask pommel, 59.5cm long overall

5025

sold for £80.00
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