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**ALL MATCHING NUMBERS**Inter War 1930, British WD Officer’s Enfield No 2 MK 1 .380 Calibre Service Revolver & Period Leather Holster By Hawkes & Co Ltd Savile Row (London) *UK 1997 DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED WITH UK ONLY 2023 REPLACEMENT CERTIFICATE ** - 20320
This is an excellent .380 calibre, Enfield made .380 Service revolver. It is dated 1930, King’s Crown and marked ‘Enfield’ together with model designation ‘No.2 MK 1’. It has several WD arrow / ordnance marks and the barrel is stamped CAL .38 & ‘30’ (1930 date). The pistol has all matching numbers 2628 on the frame, barrel block and cylinder. The undamaged wood grips have chequered panels. Both grips are impressed with WD arrows and one has period hand applied initials which looks like ‘G.H.C’ most likely the Officer issued with this pistol. The pistol is fitted with Military lanyard ring. Deactivated to UK specification in 1997, the original deactivation certificate was lost at some point in its life & in 2023 a replacement UK only certificate was issued. The weapon’s cylinder is ringed & it cocks and dry fires correctly in both single & double action. The pistol comes with an original period brown leather holster with full flap cover and single brass press stud fastener. The rear of the holster has a belt loop with eyelet which secures to a brass stud. The belt loop has faint impressed maker detail ‘Hawkes & Co Ltd Savile Row’(most likely Gieves & Hawkes Savile Row London who were Military outfitters). All leather and stitching are clean & intact. The price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 20320

*Scarce* WWI German Model 1898/05 G98 Mauser ‘Sawback/ 'Butcher' Bayonet by Mauser A.G. Oberndorf Complete with Steel Scabbard and Original Leather Frog. 20989. - 20989
This is a scarce version of the S98/05 saw back ‘Seitengewehr’ bayonet, made by Waffenfabrik Mauser A.G. Oberndorf a.n. and is marked to the blade with their name . The blade is good with some age related staining. The‘Seitengewehr’ was issued to NCO’s of the foot artillery and it also replaced the 98/02 bayonet used by the Pioneers. The spine carries the crown over W 17 (1917 date of manufacture). Blade length; 367mm – 498mm overall. The wooden grips are held with two pins and are very good order. These saw back versions are not common as they were made in smaller numbers initially, and most had their saw backs removed after Britain condemned them as barbarous. The scabbard is the steel version with frog stud and ball finial with Waffenamt stamp and very tidy original leather frog imprinted ‘A.MIKLER-KNOFF SATTLER MUNCHEN 1914’. See pages 114 and 124 item No 269 of Watts & White ‘The Bayonet Book’ for similar. The price includes UK delivery. 20989. (Box 1)

British ‘1907’ WWII Bayonet and Scabbard by Maker ‘Sanderson’. BAYO 444. - BAYO 444
The 1907 bayonet was designed to be used with the Short Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE) rifle. The pattern 1907 bayonet with hooked quillon removed, the important change was decided for the removal was in 1913, and the official approval date was 29/10/13. This bayonet is made by Sanderson which is stamped to the ricasso along with ‘1907’, ‘5’17’ (May 1917) and some inspection marks. The blade is in good condition for its age and appears to have been re sharpened. The wooden grips are held with two screws and have aged well with some service wear marks. The pommel has a cleaning hole which was to enable the release of dirt which accumulates in the groove. See pages 323 & 393 No 820 of White & Watts for similar. The furniture is in good condition and the leather stitching is intact on the scabbard. A good 1907 bayonet and scabbard for the collector. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 444. (07 Box 1)

Model 1860 Imperial Prussian Infantry Brass Handled Short Sword Sidearm & Scabbard Both With Regiment Marks. ED 2164. - ED 2164
This is an excellent, original, Model 1860 Imperial Prussian Infantry short sword side arm (see page 196 of World Swords by Withers). It has a heavy 17 ¼” curved single edged steel blade and measures 22 ¾” overall. There are no visible manufacturer marks on the blade but the back of the blade has a small indistinct inspection mark (illustrated). It has a rugged brass handle with correct grooved panel on one side to assist grip. The hilt incorporates a cast birds head pommel and returning curve cross guard with rounded ends. The cross guard is Regiment marked ‘7.R.H.65’. The Sword is complete with correct, original leather scabbard with brass throat mount which has a fixed frog bar and brass chape with ball end *stitching loose at the rear/movement of brasswork*. The throat mount is Regiment marked ‘2.R.A.5.27’. Both the throat mount and chape have small Imperial inspection marks. All leather & stitching of the scabbard are intact. The price for this Imperial sidearm, rare to find with scabbard includes UK delivery. ED 2164.

**ORNATELY ENGRAVED**Brace Of Consecutively Numbered Armoury Tagged Victorian English Officer’s Enfield Pattern Sea Service 16 Bore Percussion Pistols With Captive Ram Rods. Sn 21053 - 21053
This is an excellent original brace of Victorian Officer’s Sea Service percussion pistols. They are each 13 ½” overall length with 8” barrels. The sighted barrel’s smooth bores have just staining consistent with age. The barrels, action plates and brass trigger guards have quality, elaborate, tooled foliate decoration. The Walnut stocks are excellent with regulation brass furniture. They each have their original captive iron ram rods. The brass butt plates have steel lanyard rings. Attached to each lanyard are brass disc tags consecutively numbered LP/2B and LP/3B. Each disc most likely period armoury identification tags also have crown marks. The numbers are repeated in small original white paint marks on the side of each barrel. The actions both function crisply. The price for this pair of ornate Officer’s pistols includes UK delivery. NB As antique percussion pistols no licence is required to own them in the UK if retained as part of a display or collection. Sn 21053

British 1860 Pattern Bayonet and Scabbard For The P1860 Enfield Sergeants Rifle. BAYO 250. - BAYO 250
This is a yataghan bladed bayonet for the 1860 Enfield short rifle used on the 5 groove 1860 pattern sergeants rifle with the heavier barrel. This is a good example of the yataghan bayonet that has no manufacturers markings except for the number 232 on the pommel. The riveted chequered leather grips are in excellent condition and are held on by four steel rivets. The bayonet is complete with its steel mounted leather scabbard with an oval frog stud. See Skennerton, item B152 on pages 113 – 121. This price includes UK delivery. Sn. BAYO 250.

British WD 1893 Dated 1856 Pattern Mole & Sons Birmingham Pioneer’s Sawback Short Sword Sidearm With Brass Hilt Regiment Marked ‘M/6 MAN1’ To The 6th Manchester Militia Weapon Number 1 & Scabbard. Sn 17683 - 17683
This is an excellent 1856 Pattern British Pioneers Sawback Short Sword Sidearm. (see page 173 of Robson's Swords of the British Army). It has a broad 22 ½” blade with deeply cut sawback (27 ½” overall). The blade has just light staining consistent with age. One side of the blade has a crisp etched panel of the manufacturer Rob(ert) Mole & Sons Birmingham. The reverse has crisp British WD ordnance inspection marks and faint ‘Mole Birm’ mark. It has a heavy ribbed Brass handle with full knuckle bow, slotted for lanyard. The back of the rolled cross guard is crisply Regiment marked ‘M/6 MAN1’ To The 6th Manchester Militia Weapon Number 1 & dated ’3 (March)1893’ . The sidearm is complete with original leather scabbard with brass mounts. The leather of the scabbard is clean and intact. The stitching of the rear seam is mostly absent but could easily be re-stitched by a saddler. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17683.

1854-1869 English Irwin Wallas Of Wigton & Carlisle (Cumberland) Double Barrelled 12 Bore Muzzle Loading Percussion Shotgun. Sn 21010 - 21010
Wallas were a large family of Wigton & Carlisle Cumberland based gunmakers working from 1827 through to C1913. Irwin Wallas is recorded at Ludgate Lane Wigton between 1854 and 1869 (see page 357 of British Gunmakers Vol 2 by Brown). This is a very good double barrel shotgun made by Irwin Wallas. It has all original Walnut furniture. The shotgun with double 30”, brown wash steel barrels, has double hammers & triggers. It measures 46” overall. The barrel has a small brass bead fore sight and the barrel rib is faintly signed ‘Wallas Wigton & Carlisle’. The cocking and firing actions are crisp. Both action plates are signed ‘I. Wallas’ within foliate decorations. The barrel’s smooth bores have just light staining consistent with age. The shotgun has its original wood ram rod with brass end cap and tip. The price includes UK delivery. NB As an antique obsolete calibre shotgun no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 21010

**MATCHING NUMBERS**Original, Pre WW1 & Russian Revolution 1912 Dated Russian Military Cossack Kindjal Short Sword With Brass Fittings, Cavalry Regiment Mark ‘E.20.M.A.A’ & Scabbard. Sn 20203. - 20203
The Russian Military Kindjal served the Russian armed forces well into the mid-20th century. This curved, double-edge blade was perfect as a close combat weapon. It originated in the Georgian Republic of Russia, but was best known as a Cossack weapon. This is an excellent original Pre WW1 & Russian Revolution era dated example of a Russian Cossack Kindjal short sword with scabbard. It has a clean, heavy 17 ¼” single edged curved blade with double fullers and measures 23 ½” overall. The blade is sharp. The wood slab grips in typical kindjal form are undamaged and secured by brass rivets. The brass cross guard is stamped with Cavalry Regiment Mark ‘E.20.M.A.A’ and weapon number ‘92’. The ricasso of the blade is stamped with a small Russian Eagle mark within roundel and dated ‘1912 r’ (illustrated). The reverse has 2 letter ‘A’ inspection marks (one crowned). The kindjal has its original leather covered wood scabbard with brass chape and throat mount with integral belt ring which is stamped with matching number ‘92’. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20203.

Victorian English Joseph Beal & Sons ‘Endure’ Boar / Deer Hunting Dagger / Sidearm With Polished Horn Hilt, Brass Fittings & Later Bespoke Sadler Made Leather Scabbard. Sn 18616. - 18616
First known as Josh Beal & Sons in 1871 the cutlers company used the ‘Endure’ trademark & the firm was at 8 Silver Street, Sheffield. J & J Beal Ltd was the successor to that firm in 1923. They renewed all their trademarks in 1944. Joseph Ernest Beal & Arnold James Beal were the owners. In 1953, they were in the Red Hill Works, Corporation Street, Sheffield. This is an excellent original Victorian era Hunting Dagger / Sidearm by Beal & Sons. These substantial weapons were carried when hunting large game such as Deer or Boar for self-defence and to deliver the 'death blow' to the hunted prey. This example has an undamaged polished horn hilt secured by brass rivets & heavy brass fittings including re-curving cross guard and pommel cap. Its 17 ¾” single edged steel blade has fullers. The blade is undamaged with just light areas of staining consistent with age. It measures 23” overall. The blade is etched on one side with the maker’s name and trademark ‘Joseph Beal & Sons Sheffield Endure within oval cartouche . The knife comes with a bespoke Sadler made brown leather open top scabbard which was commissioned by us. The leather is excellent, supple and clean & has copper riveted & heavy duty stitched seams. The scabbard has a belt loop and retaining strap with brass stud fastener. The price for this excellent piece includes UK delivery. Sn 18616. (Bucket)

A pair of British 1856 Sawback ‘Pioneer’ Side arms by Wilkinson-London. 19966:45. - 19966:25
These imposing weapons have a broad 22.5 inch blade, with a sawback edge measuring 15 “, and a double edged point of 7 “. The blade carries broad arrow and WD markings, along with crowned inspection marks to the spine and ricasso. The brass ribbed grip scales surmount a full width tang, with D shaped guards. These side arms have been polished for display purposes and have no scabbards present. Both blades are imprinted with ‘Wilkinson- London’ and have crown over 35 and numerous inspection marks and a broad arrow. One of the swords is marked ‘5’98’ (May 1898) and the other ‘7’00’ (July 1900). A good pair of side arms for the collection. The price is for both and includes UK delivery. 19966:45. (Bucket)

Early 19th Century French Forestry Deer / Boar Hunting Sidearm with Ornate Carved Bone Stylised Eagle’s Head Hilt & Scabbard. Sn 18115:6 - 18115:6
This is an original French form Forestry Hunting Dagger / Sidearm. These substantial weapons were carried when hunting large game such as Deer or Boar for self-defence and to deliver the 'death blow' to the hunted prey. This example has an ornately carved bone stylised Eagle’s head form hilt. The bone has a repair to the handle performed at some point in its life. The repair is stable and secure. It has an ornate re-curving brass cross guard with Eagle’s head finials. Its 22” heavy single edged blade with fullers has staining and areas of old stable areas of pitting consistent with age. It measures 28” overall. There are no visible manufacturer or date marks. The weapon is complete with its brown leather scabbard with rear seam, brass throat mount with tear drop locket and long chape with ball end . The leather & stitching of the scabbard are clean and intact. The price for this substantial hunting sidearm includes UK delivery. Sn 18115:6.
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