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98 Treffer
RAPIER

RAPIER

French, in the style of ca. 1600, Historicism, 3rd quarter of the 19th century.

Iron hilt, conical pommel with carved decoration, rivet head. Open knuckle guard. Solid grip, carved decoration: owner's initials "TR" with a crown on top, cartouche with armored warrior. On the obverse side of the hilt, the entire surface is decorated with inlaid silver, line ornaments and dots. Double-edged blade (L 109.5 cm), German, 17th century, signed "ANTONIO RUIZ IN TOLEDO", rhombic cross-section.

L 125.8 cm.


CHF 500 / 800 | (€ 470 / 750)

SPETUM / CORSESCA

SPETUM / CORSESCA

Italian, beginning of the 17th century.

Long square tip; wing-like extensions at the base on both sides. Tapered socket, langets shortened. Round shaft, significantly restored.

L 276 cm.


CHF 400 / 700 | (€ 370 / 650)

LUCERNE HAMMER

LUCERNE HAMMER

Swiss, 1st third of the 17th century.

Square tip with a wider base. The attached hammer section consists of four diverging long square tips, and transitions into a slightly curved, long square beak at the rear. In the center of the hammer part, square parrying spikes on both sides, which also serve for fixing. Two langets and shaft bands, ferrule and square shaft, not original.

L 217.5 cm.


CHF 1 800 / 2 800 | (€ 1 680 / 2 620)

LOT OF THREE DAGGERS OR STILLETOS

LOT OF THREE DAGGERS OR STILLETOS

- DAGGER, Italian/Venetian, 2nd half of the 17th century, so-called "centoventi" for artillerymen. Iron hilt, olive-shaped twisted pommel, short twisted quillons. Wooden handle with spiral grooves. Square blade base, decorative bead, blade with triangular cross-section and with engraved scale to 120. L 39.4 cm. - STILETTO, Italian, 2nd half of the 17th century. Iron hilt. Turned horn grip. Square blade base with mark, blade with triangular cross-section. L 32.9 cm. - STILETTO, Italian, 2nd half of the 17th century. Iron hilt. Solid baluster-shaped grip. Square blade base, blade with triangular cross-section. L 22.8 cm.


CHF 400 / 700 | (€ 370 / 650)

RAPIER

RAPIER

German, beginning of the 17th century.

Iron hilt, large plum-shaped pommel with 16 vertical grooves and beads, depiction of a double scallop on both sides, rivet head. Open knuckle guard. Grip wrapped with iron wire. Double-edged blade (L 96.5 cm), punched ricasso signature "ANTONIO PICININO" and punch mark, rhombic blade cross-section.

L 111.7 cm


CHF 2 500 / 3 500 | (€ 2 340 / 3 270)

SWORD

SWORD

Italian or German, ca. 1630.

Iron hilt, large, long olive-shaped pommel, vertical decorative grooves. Quillons, one large finger guard, cut wavy line decoration, tapered grip base. Leather-covered wooden grip, four iron clamps. Double-edged blade, German, probably Solingen (L 91.5 cm), ricasso, signed "1583 FRANCISCO PINCHINIO" in four places.

L 108.2 cm.


CHF 350 / 500 | (€ 330 / 470)

CABASSET FOR PIKEMEN AND MUSKETEERS

CABASSET FOR PIKEMEN AND MUSKETEERS

Beginning of the 17th century.

Iron, surface with hammer marks. Solid, one-part skull, original brass decorative rivets. Narrow brim, suspension hole.

H 16.7 cm.


CHF 500 / 800 | (€ 470 / 750)

MAIN-GAUCHE

MAIN-GAUCHE

German, beginning of the 17th century.

Iron hilt, octagonal pommel, flat rivet head, hexagonal quillons. Grip wrapped with iron wire. Double-edged blade (L 34.9 cm), ricasso, hollow cut in the middle, with an etched sequence of letters.

L 47.5 cm.


CHF 500 / 800 | (€ 470 / 750)

COURT SCEPTER DESIGNED AS A MACE

COURT SCEPTER DESIGNED AS A MACE

German or Swiss, 1st half of the 17th century.

Head with six openwork pointed leaves with engraved decoration. Acorn-shaped end. Shaft consisting of two halves divided by a central ring with a movable ring. Wooden handle, with iron rosettes on both sides, screw fastener at the bottom.

L 63.8 cm.


CHF 2 500 / 3 500 | (€ 2 340 / 3 270)

LOT OF THREE LONG-SPEAR FRAGMENTS

LOT OF THREE LONG-SPEAR FRAGMENTS

- LONG SPEAR, Swiss, 2nd/3rd quarter of the 16th century. Elongated lance-shaped tip, rhombic cross-section. Short conical round socket with two ornamental bands of copper. Two long langets. L 262 cm - LONG SPEAR, Swiss, late 16th century. Elongated lance-shaped tip, mark: hammer. Short conical round socket. Two shortened langets. L 166 cm. - LONG SPEAR, Swiss, 2nd half of the 17th century, Berne. Lime leaf shaped tip, rhombic cross-section, mark: see Wegeli, Stangenwaffen, No. 1552, Ill. 84, Berne. All round shafts are shortened. L 200 cm.


CHF 500 / 800 | (€ 470 / 750)

LOT OF TWO LONG SPEARS

LOT OF TWO LONG SPEARS

- LONG SPEAR, Swiss, 1st half of the 17th century. Square tip, the base with a nodus, short conical round socket (Schneider type 9 without nodus), one langet, the second langet mostly missing. Round shaft of 4.61 m length. - LONG SPEAR, Swiss, late 16th century to early 17th century. Elongated lancet-shaped tip with a rhombic cross-section, short conical round socket with diagonally-applied engraved ornamental lines set on both sides (Schneider type 6/7), two langets, round shaft of 4.60 m length.


CHF 500 / 800 | (€ 470 / 750)

LOT OF TWO LONG SPEARS

LOT OF TWO LONG SPEARS

- LONG SPEAR, Swiss, 2nd half of the 17th century. Square tip, short conical round socket (Schneider type 9), two langets. Round shaft of 4.61 m length. - LONG SPEAR, Swiss, 2nd/3rd quarter of the 16th century. Elongated lancet-shaped tip with a central ridge, fluted sides. Short conical round socket with brass decoration (Schneider type 7), two langets. Round shaft of 4.44 m length.


CHF 600 / 900 | (€ 560 / 840)

POWDER FLASK

POWDER FLASK

Swiss, ca. 1650.

Pressed cow-horn, flat shape with rounded top and bottom edges, decorative grooves. Gilt brass mounts; oval bottom-piece, screwed; cone-shaped middle piece; screwed lid with smooth, round spout; pivotable closure arm with lid and spring. The lid has an opening with a sliding cover for refilling the horn. All the metal surfaces feature opulently engraved chased decoration. Two carrying rings.

L 22.5 cm.


CHF 2 200 / 3 200 | (€ 2 060 / 2 990)

COMBINATION WEAPON, DEER HUNTER / FLINTLOCK PISTOL

COMBINATION WEAPON, DEER HUNTER / FLINTLOCK PISTOL

Jean Noël, Byschwyler, Alsace, ca. 1650/60.

Iron hilt, domed pommel cap, knuckle guard ending in the quillon, knuckle guard and quillons with a pair of ornamental nodes, small lily-shaped plate, thumb guard. Stag-horn grip triple-riveted. Single-edged Solingen blade somewhat corroded ( L 74 cm), mark: half unicorn (Clemens Horn), remnants of an etched hunting scene, one side features a flintlock pistol. Round barrel (L 15 cm), Cal. 8 mm, box lock signed "Jean Noël AB", etched decoration rubbed, leaf tendrils, flat cock, angled trigger guard.

L 88 cm.


CHF 4 000 / 6 000 | (€ 3 740 / 5 610)

PARTISAN

PARTISAN

French or Italian, 2nd half of the 17th century.

Long, broad, tapered blade with a central ridge. The blade has a symmetrically engraved decoration towards the base. Long conical round socket, screwed on both sides. Two screwed langets, and round shaft, significantly restored.

L 231 cm.


CHF 600 / 1 000 | (€ 560 / 930)

MAIN-GAUCHE

MAIN-GAUCHE

In the Spanish-Italian style of the 17th century, work of the 19th century.

Iron hilt, mushroom-shaped pommel, rivet head, long quillons. Triangular guard plate, decorated with the head of a woman, stylized leaves, tendrils, flowers and fruits. Ribbed grip, wrapped with fine iron wire. Double-edged blade (L 39.8 cm), ricasso, with thumb rests, pierced holes, etched decoration.

L 53.1 cm.


CHF 500 / 800 | (€ 470 / 750)

HUNTING SWORD

HUNTING SWORD

German, probably Saxon, 3rd quarter of the 17th century.

Iron hilt, flat, open knuckle guard in the middle part with decorative discs. Small oval guard plate with punctiform perforations. Solid, square iron grip attachment with riveted buckhorn plates on both sides. Single-edged blade (L 54.3 cm), hollow cut on one side, remains of an etched decoration.

L 68.5 cm.


CHF 800 / 1 200 | (€ 750 / 1 120)

HELBARD

HELBARD

Swiss, late 17th century, for officers in Berne, Vaud, Bernese Aargau.

Blade-shaped tip, rhombic cross-section. Crescent-shaped openwork blade. Square parrying spike, one spike missing. Two langets and shaft bands. Original octagonal shaft.

L 244 cm.


CHF 1 800 / 2 500 | (€ 1 680 / 2 340)

HUNTING SWORD

HUNTING SWORD

German, Bavarian, Eichstätt ca. 1697.

Iron hilt, octagonal knuckle guard, set with silver-plated brass rivets. One quillon defective. Small conical guard plate. The grip covered on both sides with buckhorn plates. Single-edged blade (L 58.2 cm), traces of corrosion, both sides with double-hollow cut and fluting, etched decoration: coat-of-arms of the Prince-Bishop Martin von Eyb.

L 71.5 cm.


CHF 1 000 / 1 500 | (€ 930 / 1 400)

POWDER FLASK

POWDER FLASK

Russian, dated 1693.

Ivory (walrus), elaborately carved and engraved. Spout area designed as the head of a monster, stopper with spherical handle. One side with a sculpted reclining lion. The front with round, carved medallions: 1. Adam and Eve in Paradise, Tree with Snake. 2. Eagle sitting on a rock with spread wings. The back with engraved medallions: 1. Hunter on horseback with falcon and date 1693, 2. Unicorn, Russian inscription. Three ribbons with Russian inscription. The entire surface is decorated with engraved leaves, flowers and tendrils. The powder flask base, with a carved leaf rosette, opening for the screw cap, screw head designed as the crowned head of a man.

L 18.5 cm.

This object contains material of endangered species and is subject to certain trade restrictions. Prospective buyers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import it into another country.


CHF 3 000 / 4 500 | (€ 2 800 / 4 210)

BELL RAPIER

BELL RAPIER

German, in the style of the 2nd half of the 17th century, work from the 19th century.

Iron hilt, plum-shaped pommel, eight grooves, decorated with carved leaves, flat rivet head. Open knuckle guard transitioning into long twisted quillons, large grip rings, hemispherical bell screwed into the grip rings. Open-worked, bell rim broadly scalloped, four decorative medallions in laurel wreaths depicting warriors and battle scenes, as well as mascarons and ornaments. Grip wrapped with fine iron wire. Blade (L 105.5 cm), German 17th/18th century, assumed. Center fluting inscribed at the base, "DE AIALA".

L 127.2 cm.


CHF 600 / 900 | (€ 560 / 840)

MODEL CANON

MODEL CANON

German or Swiss, dated 1682.

Bronze barrel (L 42 cm), Cal. 18 mm, muzzle with reinforcing rings, two decorative bands with floral and acanthus decoration, and two further identical decorative bands, trunnions, handle in the shape of a dolphin; above the chamber part, and delimited by decorative rings, a large Baroque cartouche with the date 1681; priming pan, butt end with leaf decoration, handle designed as a pine cone. Original wooden, in part carved, black-painted gun carriage, with spoked wheels and iron mounts, tow hook.

Gun-carriage length 60.5 cm.


CHF 2 400 / 3 400 | (€ 2 240 / 3 180)

"KRIEGSGERTEL"

"KRIEGSGERTEL"

So-called "kleiner Schwendtgertel" or "Vorschwenkgertel", Swiss, ca. 1700, Lucerne, 4th model.

Rectangular double-edged blade, one side ending in an angled hook. With two identical marks: a stylized lily in an oval, plus "L" for Lucerne. Short, solid rounded socket. Original round shaft, struck owner's mark "LUZERN" (Arsenal Collection, Lucerne).

L 151 cm.


CHF 700 / 1 000 | (€ 650 / 930)

HELBARD

HELBARD

Swiss, last third of the 17th century, so-called "Sempacher helbard".

Single-edged blade-type tip, transitioning into the beaked hook; two marks: circular area symmetrically divided by eight lines, and pointed oval with two diagonal crosses. Long rectangular blade with straight edge, rounded shaft guide, two parrying spikes at the base. Two langets. Original octagonal shaft, ferrule with spike.

L 228 cm.


CHF 1 700 / 2 500 | (€ 1 590 / 2 340)

MATCHLOCK GUN

MATCHLOCK GUN

Polish, ca. 1700.

Hunting rifle, octagonal barrel, German, signed "...THIGER A WIRTZBVRG" with seven riflings, Cal. 14 mm. Iron sights. Matchlock, rounded lock plate, pan with fire screen and sliding cover. Triple-fingered iron trigger guard. Dark-brown tinted stock with old restored break, small butt with slide, decorative bone inlays, one plate missing. Riveted plates as ramrod guides, wooden ramrod.

L 111.5 cm.


CHF 1 500 / 2 000 | (€ 1 400 / 1 870)