The offered weaponry arsenal is of the rapier variety, spanning two centuries of dueling warfare. Ranging in length from 23 to 38 inches in length, the quintet of vintages weapons includes a Beaumont bayonet and (4) swords with their original scabbards. The sword handles are home to ornate finery and inspiring designs. There is expected dulling and oxidation on all. Detailed descriptions available on our website.
Dutch Beaumont M-1871 Bayonet
Measures 23 inches from locking ring to end of four-sided and grooved blade. Expected oxidation throughout.
Circa 1921 U.S. Infantry Sword
Measures 40-1/2 inches (with sheath). Has eagle head handle covering and ivory handle with ornate hand-carved design. Base of handle has an American Eagle crest logo. Used by army and militia officers into the Civil war period
1800s Imperial German Field Officer's Sword
Measure 38 inches (with sheath). Has serrated strips on handle to facilitate grip; lion's head handle covering and "1950" stamping on base of metallic handle covering
European M-1867 Rolling Block Sword Bayonet
Measures 28-1/4 inches (with sheath). Has textured handle and leather scabbard with steel ends. Near the handle, a locking receptacle, groove and release button are present to facilitate attachment to a rifle
1886-1945 Japanese Army Officer Parade Sabre
Measures 37 inches (with scabbard). This type 19 Kyu-Gunto weapon features a curved textured handle and metallic covering with a floral design