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SPEAR

SPEAR

German, last quarter of the 15th century, for the cavalry or infantry.

Narrow blade with a rhombic cross-section. Long conical socket with engraved decorative band. Round shaft, not original.

L 229 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 1 500 (frais inclus)
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AWL PIKE

AWL PIKE

Austro-German, ca. 1500.

Very long, awl-shaped square tip (L ca. 87 cm), which ends in a conical octagonal socket. Signs of corrosion. Slid-on iron-sheet hand guard is somewhat defective. Round shaft, significantly restored.

H 270 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 2 750 (frais inclus)
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LOT OF THREE QUARRELS (BOLTS OF A CROSSBOW)

LOT OF THREE QUARRELS (BOLTS OF A CROSSBOW)

Swiss, 15th / 16th century.

- WAR BOLT, square tip with rhombic cross-section, oak shaft, two thin long-triangular wooden fletchings, L 35.5 cm. - WAR BOLT, square tip with elongated pyramid shape, oak shaft, two thin long-triangular wooden fletchings, L 35.7 cm. - WAR BOLT, square elongated tip, long shaft, two long-triangular leather fletchings, L 48.7 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 2 250 (frais inclus)
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VISOR OF A BASCINET OR HOUNDSKULL

VISOR OF A BASCINET OR HOUNDSKULL

End of the 14th century.

Iron, in part somewhat corroded, made of one piece, in the course of an old repair, extensions with two hinges were riveted on both sides.

H 15 cm, Weight 0.809 kg.

Vendu pour CHF 10 000 (frais inclus)
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HELBARD

HELBARD

Swiss or German, 1st quarter of the 16th century.

Massive short square tip, long narrow trapezoidal blade with slanted, straight edge, strike mark (sword stroke ?), blade upper and lower edges minimally concave, beaked hook, mark: "U"-shaped mark in a pentagon with tapered base. Two langets. Octagonal shaft replaced.

L 191.5 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 6 875 (frais inclus)
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HELBARD

HELBARD

Austro-German, 1st quarter of the 16th century, Maximilian form.

Solid, square tip, flat towards the base, both sides with the same mark. Blade with slightly concave cutting edge. Flat beaked hook. Long langets, octagonal shaft significantly restored, shaft nails likewise.

L 225 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 1 750 (frais inclus)
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HELBARD

HELBARD

Swiss, 2nd / 3rd quarter of the 16th century.

Solid, square tip, trapezoidal blade with slanted straight edge, blade upper and lower edges and beaked hooks with scalloped incisions, mark: pentagon with an eight-pointed star. Two langets and bands. Original octagonal shaft with the initials of the owner "FB" and a stylized tree- or leaf mark.

L 234 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 6 250 (frais inclus)
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SWORD

SWORD

German, in the style of the mid-16th century, work from the 2nd half of the 19th century.

Iron hilt, original spherical pommel from ca. 1550, the entire surface is decorated with a finely carved bead pattern, flat rivet head. Octagonal quillons. Large knuckle guard. Large thumb guard. Leather-covered wooden grip. Double-edged blade (L 102 cm), ricasso.

L 120 cm

Vendu pour CHF 3 000 (frais inclus)
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SWORD, SO-CALLED "CROSS SWORD"

SWORD, SO-CALLED "CROSS SWORD"

In the German style of ca. 1500, work from the end of the 19th century.

Iron hilt, long pommel, hemispherical rivet surface. Three-edged quillons, scabbard cover. Leather-covered wooden grip with oval cross-section. Square blade (L 109 cm), all four sides fullered.

L 133.8 cm

Vendu pour CHF 3 000 (frais inclus)
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OPULENTLY DECORATED GLAIVE

OPULENTLY DECORATED GLAIVE

In the style of the 1st half of the 16th century, Historicism, 19th century.

Long, double-edged blade with beak-like tip, and decorated spine. Etched decoration over the entire surface on a black dotted background. Between the back spines: the figure of a grim lion screwed into the blade, at the base of the blade, a dolphin figure, both of gilt brass. Solid conical octagonal socket. Round shaft with decorative tassel and spike, significantly restored.

Iron length 81.3 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 3 500 (frais inclus)
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CLOSE HELMET

CLOSE HELMET

In the German style, 1st half of 16th century, work from the 2nd half of the 19th century.

Shiny iron, one-piece helmet skull with low comb, socket for feathers. Two-piece visor with sight and air slits, hinged. Neck guard.

H ca. 28 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 6 250 (frais inclus)
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HELBARD

HELBARD

Swiss, last quarter of the 16th century, Ringier–Zofingen.

Square tip, trapezoidal blade with slanted, straight edge, decorated with simple bow-shaped engravings and punctiform perforations, upper and lower edges of the blade as well as the beaked hook with a bow-shaped incisions, struck mark: a square with a diagonal bar and three spheres (= simplified Ringier coat-of-arms). Two langets, one of which is shortened, two shaft bands, ferrule. Octagonal shaft, some traces of worming, carved initials of the owner.

L 231.5 cm

Vendu pour CHF 2 750 (frais inclus)
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MORION

MORION

German, Nuremberg, ca. 1580.

Blackened iron, one-piece skull with tall peak, raised brim, pointed ends on both sides, Nuremberg mark, indistinct. Skull with slight dent, pairs of holes for attaching an inner lining.

H 26.7 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 1 250 (frais inclus)
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COMPLETE SUIT OF ARMOUR

COMPLETE SUIT OF ARMOUR

German, ca. 1580.

Suit of armour in shiny iron with brass rivets, complete in all its parts, comprising burgonet, one-piece skull with tall comb, neck guard, cheek guards, two-part collar, breast plate, pauldrons, gauntlets, faulds, cuisses, fan -plates, poleyns, greaves, sabatons. Carefully restored and leathering renewed. Stand included.

H 174 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 22 260 (frais inclus)
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BURGONET

BURGONET

German, ca. 1580.

Iron, in part blackened, one-piece skull with tall comb. Skull and cheek pieces with original brass rosettes.

H ca. 32 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 4 750 (frais inclus)
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EXECUTIONER'S SWORD

EXECUTIONER'S SWORD

Germany, end of the 16th century.

Iron hilt, octagonal pommel, octagonal quillons. Leather-covered square wooden grip, the narrow end wrapped with fine iron wire. Double-edged blade (L 84.2 cm, W 5.3 cm), the center with short hollow cut. Gallows and wheel inlaid in brass in the Passau manner with the inscription "VIM VI REPELLERE LICET" with skull engraved later in the 19th century.

L 109.5 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 6 875 (frais inclus)
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PULVERIN / FLACON

PULVERIN / FLACON

In the Italian Renaissance style from the third quarter of the 16th century, Historicism, 19th century.

Silver-plated openwork cast brass, in the shape of a flacon, with a glass core. The front and rear are opulently decorated, the center features a crown with the Medici coat-of-arms on top and the Alliance coat-of-arms Medici-Austria. Lateral handles with carrying rings for the short chain.

L 10.5 cm

Vendu pour CHF 750 (frais inclus)
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HELBARD

HELBARD

German, ca. 1586, Claus Lerchli, Kempten, for the Zurich Armory.

Square tip, maker's mark at the base: a shield with a three-leaved clover, somewhat blunt, trapezoidal blade with slanted, slightly concave edge. Top and bottom edges of the blade and beaked hooks decorated with scalloped incisions. Two langets and two shaft bands. Original octagonal shaft, few traces of worming.

L 233.5 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 2 000 (frais inclus)
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HELBARD

HELBARD

Austro-Styrian, ca. 1580.

Long square tip, crescent-shaped blade. Blade and beaked hook with groups of punctiform piercings, mark: shield divided by a diagonal cross, the fields featuring shiny discs (Pangraz Taller). Long langets and band, ferrule. Square original shaft, grooved edges.

L 277 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 1 375 (frais inclus)
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RAPIER

RAPIER

Italian, end of the 16th century.

Blackened iron hilt, pear-shaped pommel, flat rivet head, open knuckle guard. Large finger guards. All guards and braces have hammered surfaces. Grip wrapped with fine copper wire. Double-edged blade (L 101 cm), ricasso, narrow midsection.

L 118.4 cm

Vendu pour CHF 3 750 (frais inclus)
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RIDING SWORD

RIDING SWORD

In the style of the 2nd half of the 16th century, work from the 2nd half of the 19th century.

Iron hilt, spherical pommel, rivet head. Ribbed grip wrapped with fine iron wire. Double-edged blade (L 107.3 cm), ricasso, signed "JUANEZ URIZIA" (for "Juan Ruiz, Toledo").

L 127.5 cm

Vendu pour CHF 2 750 (frais inclus)
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HELBARD

HELBARD

Austro-Styrian, ca. 1580.

Long square tip and crescent-shaped blade. Blade and beaked hook with groups of punctiform perforations; mark: circular area divided into three segments by bars, featuring small shiny discs (Peter Schreckeisen). Long langets and bands, ferrule. Original shaft, minimally shortened, grooved edges.

L 233 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 1 250 (frais inclus)
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LINSTOCK

LINSTOCK

Italian, end of 16th century, artillery device.

Openwork blade with the letters "JHS" and a cross, base with bronze plaques decorated with helmeted warrior heads on both sides, and mythical creatures in cut iron. Below the base, two curved arms, likewise cut in iron, ending in heads of monsters which serve as fuse holders. Round socket decorated with six iron heads. Two short langets, decorative tassel, octagonal shaft with brass nail decoration and iron shoe.

L 205 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 1 500 (frais inclus)
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LUCERNE HAMMER

LUCERNE HAMMER

Swiss, in the style of ca. 1600, work from the 2nd half of the 19th century, Lucerne.

Square tip with a wider base, chiseled "L" (pseudo-mark). Hammer part with four tips. Two square parrying spikes in the center of the hammer part. Two langets and bands, octagonal shaft.

L 231.5 cm.

Vendu pour CHF 875 (frais inclus)
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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.

Vendu pour CHF 2 500 (frais inclus)
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