- Dated: late 19th century
- Culture: Belgian
- Measurements: 99.5 cm overall length in scabbard
The sword has an embellished and silvered hilt and counterguard, with a grip made of mother of pearl. It has a narrow, double-edged blade etched at the forte. It is presented with a black leather-covered scabbard with silvered mounts.
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A massive and ornately decorated Belgian copy of a Gasser Montenegrin revolver.
Features a ten shot cylinder in 11mm centerfire. Heavily engraved with pearl grips. Signed “Vicente Cerna” on the barrel. Liege proof marks, dates to 1870’s or 1880’s.
Estimated Value: $4,000 - $8,000
- Dated: early 17th century
- Culture: German
- Measurements: overall length 123 cm
The sword has a long, straight, double-edged blade, with a central fuller with a slightly visible inscription at the forte. It features a fine, iron hilt with lower side ring, two shell-shaped valves and another valve at the front pierced with a flower. The “S”-shaped quillon has two-loop guard, creating a cage at the rear part. The massive, oval pommel has a large closing button, wooden grip with iron wire binding and a moor’s heads.