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  1. History Trading Cards- American Historic Trading Cards Case- Rare, Story of WWII Case + 110 Card Set
    Item#:
    22329007  
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    History Trading Cards- American Historic Trading Cards - Rare, Factory Sealed Case. Story of WWII 50th Anniversary Case plus Sealed 110 Card Set.
    1. American Historic Trading Cards - Rare, Factory Sealed Case. 12 Cards per pack (unknown how many packs there are due to it being sealed and not written on box). Produced by Starline in 1991.
    2. Story of World War II 50th Anniversary Trading Card Box contains 36 packs with 10 cards per pack. Released by Pacific in 1992.
    3. 110-Card Set featuring the "Story of World War II". The set was produced by Pacific Trading Cards in 1992. Factory sealed.
    All cards are assumed to be mint.


    The Turkey Shoot Auction-Collectibles Location: Fullerton, CA
  2. Norman Rockwell "The Day after Christmas", "Checking His List", "The Artist's Daughter", "The
    Item#:
    22232801  
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    Norman Rockwell "The Day after Christmas", "Checking His List", "The Artist's Daughter", "The Christmas Trio"
    THE PLATE LADY M.K.FESTERSEN ONLINE AUCTION VI Location: Omaha, NE
  3. A RARE COMBINATION TOOL, 18TH CENTURY
    Item#:
    22295868  
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    of burnished steel engraved with scrolls and flowerheads, comprising a pair of pincers, each arm respectively formed of a pricker and a hook with saw edge, the pincer head with screw-on turn-screw and hammer (one small chip), the pricker with slotted cover for clearing tow and fitted with a further threaded double screw for clearing12 cm; 4 ¾ in overall Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  4. A RARE MAORI GREENSTONE PENDANT (HEI TIKI), NEW ZEALAND
    Item#:
    22295191  
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    of figured greenstone, with characteristic carving, pierced with four holes at the base, and the top pierced and fitted with a later loop for suspension
    8 cm; 3 1/8 in high
    Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  5. A RARE SWEDISH OFFICER'S SWORD, CIRCA 1771-92
    Item#:
    22295834  
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    with straight single-edged blade cut with a shallow fuller on each face, gilt-brass hilt comprising slightly up-turned guard cast and chased with the cypher of Gustav III (r. 1771-92) between a pair of fronds, quillon, knuckle-guard, faceted back-strap rising to form the pommel, and wire-bound horn grip (small cracks)82.5 cm; 32 ½ in blade Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  6. A RARE BADEN DRAGOON PALLASCH, CIRCA 1815
    Item#:
    22295833  
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    with straight blade double-edged towards the point (bent slightly towards the tip), etched and gilt with sprays of foliage the crowned initial 'C' for Charles, Grand Duke of Baden (r. 1811-18), and the Ducal arms on the respective faces of the forte, regulation brass hilt (cracked and repaired), cast and chased with the crowned winged lion clutching the Baden arms, lionhead pommel and wire-bound leather-covered grip (losses)88.5 cm; 34 7/8 in blade Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  7. A RARE EAST INDIA COMPANY DIRK, CIRCA 1780
    Item#:
    22295824  
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    with broad blade of flattened-diamond section, etched on each face with flowers and foliage over the greater part of its surface, gilt-brass hilt (loose), comprising foliate guard, turned ivory grip (small age cracks), gilt-brass ferrule, and oval pommel with gilt-brass cap chased with an openwork fouled anchor on each face, in its brass openwork scabbard with traces of gilding, the outer surface pierced and engraved with peonies and foliage, and the central oval filled with the East India Company lion20.3 cm; 8 in blade£500-700 Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  8. A RARE BRITISH NEW GUINEA STONE CLUB, COLLINGWOOD BAY, 19TH CENTURY
    Item#:
    22295192  
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    with black stone disc-shaped head pierced with a central hole, and wooden haft bound with plaited rattan at the top (feathers missing, haft cracked)
    92.7 cm; 36 1/2 in overall
    £500-700 Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  9. A RARE HUNGARIAN LIGHT CAVALRY ESTOC AND SCABBARD, CIRCA 1650-60
    Item#:
    22295201  
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    with long very slender hollow-triangular blade etched and gilt on each face with three celestial motifs, together with the Bishop's profile head mark and initials "PM" of the bladesmith Peter Munch of Solingen, iron hilt of slender bars, the crosspiece formed with upper and lower langets and drawn up to form a knuckle-guard, flat beak-shaped cap pommel canted downwards at its forward end, original grip bound with leather over cords, and the blade tang secured by a lateral rivet with iron rosette-shaped heads, in its original leather-covered wooden scabbard decorated with small mouldings below the mouth, with iron chape formed of two parts bound by a fluted band, and two further iron bands with loops and a ring for suspension (the second ring missing)
    120 cm; 47¼ in blade
    For a comparable example with its scabbard, the blade also bearing the mark of Peter Munch, Solingen, see Szendrei 1896, p. 374, nr. 2772, pl. XXII. Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  10. A RARE 15-BORE DUTCH FLINTLOCK FOWLING-PIECE BY I.(JAN) VAN WYCK A UTRECHT,
    Item#:
    22295784  
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    CIRCA 1690in the Parisian fashion, with sighted long tapering barrel signed on the flat, the latter full-length and struck with Utrecht mark at the breech, decorated with finely engraved scrolling foliage and a marine monster, and with a pair of warriors engraved on raised panels at the base, the barrel tang engraved en suite, signed rounded lock finely engraved with a deer-hunting scene within a scrollwork field, figured walnut full stock finely carved with a series of mouldings and scrollwork patterns about the barrel tang, at both ends of the trigger-guard and about the ramrod-pipe, the latter involving monsters' head terminals, with full iron mounts comprising butt-plate with engraved long tang formed as a serpent giving issue to scrollwork and an exotic bird, side-plate pierced and chiselled with a scrolling design involving three monsters, engraved moulded trigger-guard decorated on the bow with an engraved figure in combat with a monster, engraved trigger-plate, four strongly moulded baluster ramrod-pipes, and chiselled heart-shaped escutcheon suspended within a pierced scrollwork frame involving addorsed monsters joined at their mouths by a swag (the comb of the butt repaired, the butt-plate tang rising, the ramrod-pipe finial and the ramrod each missing)124.5 cm; 49 in barrel Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  11. A RARE GERMAN HEAVY IRON WALLGUN (DOPPELHAKEN), DATED 1537
    Item#:
    22295774  
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    2.3cm calibre, the barrel octagonal with flared rounded muzzle separated by a moulded girdle cut over the upper planes, decorated with incised double linear diagonal bands and with standing iron sight, the rear portion swelling towards the breech, boldly struck three times with a shield-shaped mark filled with a crossed device, a saltire or crossed arrows, punched with the date "1537", fitted with iron pan with pivot cover, standing iron back-sight formed as a centrally grooved small block widening towards its base, with integral triangular recoil-stop to the immediate rear of the muzzle section, impaled by a transverse bolt, and the breech fitted with a separate short rear lug also impaled by a transverse bolt: in a dark painted heavy wooden stock, flat-sided with bevelled edges and tapering behind the barrel, the stock probably 19th century138.4 cm; 54¼ in barrel, 194.4 cm; 76½ in overall Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  12. A RARE 22 BORE FRENCH FLINTLOCK SPORTING GUN BY BERTHON À AIX, CIRCA 1810
    Item#:
    22295890  
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    with tapering barrel of 'hog's back' form, retaining much early Japanned camouflage paint (small chips) and retained by a single engraved steel band with sprung release lever, engraved tang incorporating the back-sight, signed bevelled lock engraved with flowers and sprays of foliage, fitted with roller and semi-rainproof pan, figured walnut half-stock with chequered fore-end and grip, carved with a band of scrolls about the tang, take-down butt finely carved in the round as a hound's head, fitted with a moulded silver band as a collar, engraved steel trigger-guard, engraved two-piece side-plate, two silver ramrod-pipes, the forward incorporating the fore-sight, and complete with contemporary ramrod, perhaps the original86.8 cm; 34 ¼ in barrel Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London

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  1. A RARE GERMAN MILITARY WHEEL-LOCK BLUNDERBUSS, MID-17TH CENTURY
    Item#:
    22295717  
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    with long heavy iron barrel formed in two stages, the rear section with turned mouldings at both ends and with a raised faceted wall at the base of the breech, the forward section belled over its length towards the muzzle (sights missing), large flat lock fitted with external wheel engraved with a bouquet (retaining bracket missing) and sliding pan-cover, wooden full stock with paddle-shaped butt, the fore-end bound with an iron band at the muzzle, and plain long iron trigger-guard and ramrod-pipes (ramrod missing)69.3 cm; 27¼ in barrel£2000-2500 Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  2. A RARE SEVEN YEARS' WAR FRENCH REGULATION HUSSARS' SABRE, À LA HONGROISE, OF THE REGIMENT DE BERCHI
    Item#:
    22295219  
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    with long slender curved blade double-edged towards the point, cut with a pair of narrow fullers bordering the greater central portion of the back-edge, etched with the royal arms of France below the figure of a hussar on both sides towards the base, with cartouches enclosing the inscriptions "Regiment de Berchinÿ" on one face and "Vive le Roÿ" on the other, and the back-edge etched with the signature of the fourbisseur "Berger Marchand Fourbisseur a Strasborg"(sic), brass hilt of flat bars with bevelled edges, including rounded double langets on both sides, cap pommel with a brass drop-shaped washer under the tang button, original grip bound with leather over cords, with a single brass-capped rivet on either side, fitted with back-piece, and in un-restored condition throughout
    92.5 cm; 36 3/8 in blade
    This sabre conforms to the pattern set out in the French regulations for Hussars on 15th May 1752. The Berchiny Hussar regiment was raised in 1719 by a Hungarian Lieutenant, Count Ladislas Ignace de Berchenÿ (1689-1778). Three squadrons of the regiment, comprising 65 officers and 470 men, fought in the German campaign of 1743. During the Seven Years' War four squadrons of the regiment formed a part of the Light Troops of the Right Reserve of the French army of the Lower Rhine, June 1758-May 1760, and fought with distinction. Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  3. A RARE TWO-HAND SWORD FOR FIELD COMBAT, GERMAN OR SWISS, CIRCA 1530-40
    Item#:
    22295209  
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    Description:
    with broad, near-flat, double-edged blade coming to a short point, one side with running wolf mark retaining some latten inlay, and with traces of marks or letters cut along the edges of the ricasso, iron hilt formed with a robust faceted crosspiece spirally fluted towards both ends, with button terminals and a rectangular solid plate over the central section, stopper-shaped pommel, and original leather-covered two-stage grip bound with a leather outer layer over cords (the outer layer probably 16th century also)
    109.2 cm; 43 in blade
    Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  4. A VERY RARE TWO-HAND SWORD (FEDERSCHWERT) FOR USE IN THE FECHTSCHULEN, GERMAN OR SWISS, 16TH CENTURY
    Item#:
    22295205  
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    Description:
    with slender blade of rectangular section thinning progressively towards a spatulate tip, stamped with the letter "H" four times at the base on both sides, broad ricasso flaring to a pair of lugs, and both sides cut with a pair of broad gutters and struck with repeated paired arrangements of the letter "H" about an incised device, addorsed fleur-de-lys (perhaps heraldic), with rounded crosspiece formed with a small medial point and swelling tips, stopper-shaped pommel, and original leather-bound grip (the upper part of the grip repaired).
    107.4 cm; 42¼ in blade
    Two-hand swords with blades of this distinctive type are well-illustrated in many of the instructional Fechtbücher printed in the late 15th century and throughout the 16th century. Despite their widespread use in training for foot combat, period swords of this type are now very rare. Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  5. A RARE EAST EUROPEAN HORSEMAN'S BROADSWORD AND SCABBARD, POLISH OR HUNGARIAN, THIRD QUARTER OF THE 1
    Item#:
    22295204  
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    Description:
    with broad flat double-edged blade with near parallel edges coming to a blunt point, iron hilt of flattened bars cut with simple filed mouldings, formed with rear quillon with fishtail tip, knuckle-guard widening in the middle and joined to the beak of the pommel, upper and lower langets, thumb-ring, flat beak-shaped cap pommel, and original grip bound with leather over cords, in a contemporary leather-covered wooden scabbard, probably the original, with iron linear engraved mounts of characteristic type, comprising chape formed in two parts bound by a band, and a further pair of bands each with ring for suspension
    77 cm; 30¼ in blade
    Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  6. A RARE EAST EUROPEAN SWORD, HUNGARIAN OR POLISH, SECOND HALF OF THE 17TH CENTURY
    Item#:
    22295203  
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    Description:
    with broad flat double-edged blade with rebated tip, the lower half etched on both sides with an heraldic crest surmounting a classical portrait bust and a Latin inscription differing over the respective sides, with iron crosspiece formed with button tips and upper and lower langets, flat beak-shaped cap-pommel canted downwards at its front, original grip bound with leather over cords, and the blade tang secured by a lateral rivet on iron rosette washers
    83 cm; 32 ½ in blade
    The classical portraits are named respectively "Hannibal Canagus" and "Hyppimedon"(sic). Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  7. A RARE CARRYING CASE FOR ELEY'S PATENT WIRE CARTRIDGES, CIRCA 1860
    Item#:
    22295872  
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    of Japanned iron, with five recesses for ten cartridges, fitted with hinged cover and the inner surface covered with leather, fitted with its leather strap, with two loose cartridges and a further box8.5 cm; 3 3/8 in high Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  8. A RARE 37-BORE CATALAN FLINTLOCK FOWLING-PIECE, EARLY 18TH CENTURY
    Item#:
    22295724  
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    with Brescian slender tapering sighted barrel cut with a series of four very narrow raised decorative ribs over the rear section, the pair on the upper face continuing to the muzzle and the breech signed by the barrelmaker "Giovan Beretta" in stamped letters, rounded lock chiselled and engraved with scrolling foliage, the tail of the lock-plate, the pan and the steel each decorated with a chiselled grotesque mask in the Catalan fashion, the cock decorated with a chiselled acanthus scroll projecting from its rear and the head of the retaining screw chiselled in the form of an expanded flowerhead, with figured walnut full stock, the butt of so-called Madrid type and carved in low relief, decorated with a carved panel of leaf ornament along its underside and with carved voluted scrolls elongated over the sides, the rear portion of the stock overlaid with an elaborate series of large pierced engraved sheet-brass plaques in the Catalan tradition, involving on the underside a scrollwork panel inhabited by a marine monster, pairs of flying dragons enclosing both the lock and the side-plate, and a further scrollwork panel about the barrel tang, with brass mounts decorated in continuation of the predominant Catalan themes, the side-plate formed as a sheet-brass plaque decorated with an exotic bird and a dragon (the rear segment missing), the butt-plate tang elongated over the comb and decorated with a two-headed bird and an entwined pair of lengthy serpents, the trigger-guard engraved with scrollwork over the bow and with large finials each pierced and engraved with symmetrical scrollwork interlace, with three moulded ramrod-pipes, a brass moulded band beneath the muzzle, and original ramrod with brass tip en suite with the ramrod-pipes (the fore-end with several small cracks towards the muzzle)124.5 cm; 49 in barrel Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  9. A RARE 17-BORE GERMAN SNAP-MATCHLOCK TARGET RIFLE, DATED 1685
    Item#:
    22295801  
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    Description:
    with heavy swamped octagonal sighted barrel rifled with eight grooves, the breech struck with an axe mark (Neue Støckel 6126 for similar, possibly Suhl) and with maker's mark, in a shield, ME, a saltire between, large flat lock fitted with pivoted pan-cover and the match-holder moving on an internal sliding long cam (the sear and one side-nail each missing), walnut full stock, fluted fore-end incised with a tongues-of-flame pattern at the rear, the rearward portion inlaid with engraved bone plaques, including a pair of rosettes impaled by the side-nails, a further pair of rosette plaques about the barrel tang, the butt inlaid with rosettes and pellets, with carved cheek-piece decorated with a plaque engraved with a fox, inlaid over the comb with a further plaque engraved with the date "1685", thumb-rest, sliding patch-box cover carved with a running fox, iron trigger-guard, engraved bone ramrod-pipe and fore-end cap, and horn-tipped wooden ramrod (the stock with worm damage at the fore-end and in several places over the butt, the toe of the butt shaved, the butt-plate missing)115.5 cm; 45½ in barrelThis is an unusually late example of a European snap-matchlock not intended for military use. Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  10. A RARE GERMAN TOWN SWORD WITH AGATE AND ENAMEL HILT, AND ITS SCABBARD, CIRCA 1650-60
    Item#:
    22295197  
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    Description:
    with slender tapering hollow-ground blade finely etched and gilt on a blued panel over its lower portion on both sides, the etched designs centring on the principal commanding figures from the Thirty Years' War and differing over the respective sides, decorated with birds perched on vine branches above the motto "Soli.Deo.Glo.Ria", one side with the bust portrait of King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden and that of Bernhard, Duke of Saxe(-Weimar), Jülich and Cleves each within an oval frame bearing their respective abbreviated Latinised titles, the motto "Fiede St: D Cui Fiede" between, the reverse side decorated with two mounted figures, one (Kurfürst) Maximilian (I) Count Palatine, the other not captioned, with variegated agate hilt, the lower portion constructed in two halves joined at the sides, bound with four narrow bands of gilt-brass enamelled with an alternating blue and white cabled pattern, and including mushroom-shaped pommel (quillons removed), in its original leather-covered wooden scabbard with provision for a by-knife, the outer face tooled with five crowns towards the top, and fitted with gilt-brass chape decorated on both sides with a pierced raised design of polychrome cold-enamelled scrolling flowers and leaves
    84.8 cm; 33 3/8 in blade
    Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  11. A RARE GERMAN ETCHED ALL-STEEL WHEEL-LOCK HOLSTER PISTOL, CIRCA 1580
    Item#:
    22295681  
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    Description:
    decorated throughout with a series of etched matching panels of densely-packed and scrolling tendrils carrying spirals of foliage on a blackened ground, partly within guilloche borders, with two-stage barrel, the breech with moulded girdles at both ends, struck with the letters I and S and with two shield-shaped marks, one an eagle charged over its breast with the letters HH, the other a rampant beast, with acutely swamped muzzle, flat lock fitted with bevelled wheel-cover, sliding pan-cover (release button missing) and safety-catch, and the etched designs on the lock-plate inhabited by a stag and an exotic bird, with full stock involving a series of small linear panels interspersed throughout the etched pattern, variously involving enclosed lines of beading or ropework, with an eagle prominent behind the barrel tang and a boar pursued by a hound opposite the lock, the fore-end decorated with a raised chiselled acanthus finial applied ahead of the lock-plate, fitted with elliptical ball pommel formed in two halves, the rearmost half undecorated and originally covered in leather or fabric, and fitted with moulded iron trigger-guard (ramrod missing)55.9 cm; 22 in Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London
  12. A RARE EARLY FLINTLOCK WENDER PISTOL, DUTCH OR NORTH GERMAN, CIRCA 1655-60
    Item#:
    22295679  
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    Description:
    with turn-over barrels formed in two stages, one with a mark struck on the breech (traces only), fitted with a raised iron figure-of-eight ring over the muzzles and released by a catch in front of the trigger-guard, bevelled flat lock struck with maker's mark behind its chamfered leading edge, tapering to a rear finial chiselled as a stylised monster's head, and fitted with ring-necked straight cock engaging a dog safety, ebonised wooden butt fluted about the upper breech tang (chipped below the lock), globular pommel incised with a linear segmented pattern and inset with iron button finial (the pommel collar band and finial cap each missing), deeply fluted ebonised fore-end formed of two halves, and iron trigger-guard (ramrod-pipes and ramrod missing)64 cm; 25 3/8 in Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Location: London, London