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Daggers

17th C. Polish Czekan or Obuch War Hammer. Battle of Vienna Period

17th C. Polish Czekan or Obuch War Hammer. Battle of Vienna Period

( ID: ea1277 )

A rare example of an early Polish war hammer called a czekan or obuch. The word itself "czekan" is originally Turkish but was known in the Polish language as early as 1621 likely through interaction with Ottoman Hungary, and is found mentioned in word, which found its way into Polish probably via Hungarian is already mentioned in Gregorz Knapski’s Thesaurus Polono-Latino-Graecus, first published in 1621 i Its metal part consists of a hammer-head (usually with a square face) on one side and an axe with a short, slightly curved blade on the other. An obuch also has a squar...

Price: $2,350
Fine 19th C. Norwegian Scandinavian Walrus and scrimshaw knife or dagger

Fine 19th C. Norwegian Scandinavian Walrus and scrimshaw knife or dagger

( ID: ed659 )

A very beautiful made and carved Norwegian knife. This example likely dates to the late 19th C. and is covered in beautiful crafted scrimshaw. The handle and scabbard were carved from a walrus tusk and the inner part of the tusk can be seen at the carved crown pommel.  There is a small crack at the top of the scabbard, but the entire piece is structurally sound. Likely a high quality whaler's example. Overall length is 9". ...

Price: $2,599
19th C. French Naval Dirk Dagger

19th C. French Naval Dirk Dagger

( ID: ed538 )

A truly fantastic early naval dirk. The design and the quality of the work is the best I've seen on naval dirk. It is mounted with an all iron scabbard which perfectly fits the dagger and is of a very unique design. The handle is wood panelled mounted in iron and the quillons are in the shape of anchor ends. The entire handle is shaped like an anchor and is very pleasing to the eye, and also holds very well in hand. Likely a custom made dirk for a naval officer, by the quality of the work and the design it is likely French, 1840-1860 period. Length - 14", blade - 8.75" ...

Price: $3,499
Fine 19th C. Norwegian dagger maker marked

Fine 19th C. Norwegian dagger maker marked

( ID: ed532 )

A very example of a 19th C. Norwegian dagger in the traditional style with an interesting uncommon crossguard. The blade is maker marked to I Revelin and Lars / Bergen. The scabbard has a finely aged brass chape, and is mounted in grey sharkskin of pleasing appearance. Overall length is 13 1/2", with an 8" blade. ...

Price: $899
Magnificent 19th C. Spanish Ear Dagger in 15th C. Moorish style, Toledo work of Zuloaga type

Magnificent 19th C. Spanish Ear Dagger in 15th C. Moorish style, Toledo work of Zuloaga type

( ID: ed492 )

A truly magnificent antique ear dagger. This example has a fine gripand is covered in silver and gold koftgari of very fine quality. A very beautiful dagger and almost impossible to find at all in any condition much less this quality.  Dates to the 19th C. and likely composed by the finest toledo smiths in the classical spanish Moorish style typical of the finest Eusebio Zuloaga work. Overall length is 16", 10" blade, 2 3/4" from ear to ear ...

Price: $14,999