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Militaria & Weapons — McKenzies Auctioneers

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Auction House:McKenzies Auctioneers
Number of lots recorded:16
Lots with images:16
Prices available:16
Category:Militaria & Weapons





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*** A medieval knights style, full suit of armour with sword on custom stand high quality full scale reproduction manufactured by Marto, Artes de Toledo Spain 20th century, engraved steel and rivet construction. Height 204 cm (including base) ***
*** A KGIII sea service flintlock 24 bore 1796 pattern by Tower Museum, grade condition. 1st issue to customs/coast guard and re issued Napoleonic Wars 1805 to Navy. Complete with ram rod and belt clip. Markings-back tang 'Crown Over 2', barrel brit proof marks, view marks and Crown over 12', flat lock marked 'Crown Over GR' and 'Tower', stock marked 'Broad Arrow UC', 'Broad Arrow 1805' and ordinance marks '8', brass butt cap marked '8 G Q D I'. Overall length 19 1/4 '.… ***
*** Rare Australian spear point Bowie knife by, Thomas short Sheffield 'For Australia', circa mid to late 19th century, excellent 6 ¾' single edged blade with 90% original, full polish, etched with scroll & leaf patterns &, 'For Australia' in a central banner, with 'For' section, of the etching is mostly covered by an area of staining, Ricasso marked 'Tho.… ***
*** Rare Ottoman Kard dagger, 18th century, Turkey, the cylindrical hilt is constructed from four pieces of dark-brown jade, and pommel in the form of a Crown, decorated with fine inlaid gold - koftgari work. the tapering single-edge blade is made of Damascus Wootz steel and well forged with a consistent pattern grain running through entire blade. the base of the blade is decorated with koftgari gold inlay work in traditional Ottoman foliate pattern.… ***
*** Late World War II as issued, matched pair. 1st pattern Luftwaffe officers dagger and sword with hanger and 'Goerring'type Sword with 'Sun Burst' swastika pommel. Dagger maker stamped Carl Eickhorn and slip 'Ges Gesch' and 'OLC'. the 1934 pattern sword 'Late Issue, Aluminium and Steel Construction)' is maker stamped SMF, Solingen (Solingen Metal Warren Fabrik-Stucker & Company). Below seated king with upraised sword, hanger is adrift and would need re-sticking otherwise free ***
*** World War II Changi and Sime road POW Camp 1941-45. Archive collection of paintings, ephemera etc. From women's civil section. Includes paintings by then 15 year old Joan Hanson subsequent resident Western Australia and letter of provenance signed by the same Joan Louise Harley (nee Hanson). Embroidered, autographed (approx 50 sigs) table cloth (sister cloth now in British war Museum), watercolours and original pencil on paper of views within camp, books by ex internees etc ***
*** A Scottish Andria Ferara basket-hilted broad sword, mid to late 18th century. Blade marked twice 'Andria Ferara' with orb/cross mark. Length 92 cm ***
*** An Australian Named World War I trio and military medal military medal named to 1360 DVR H. SMITH 41st/BTY AUST. F.A. World War I 1915 trio named to 1360 DVR H. Smith 15th BN A.I.F. A well documented group with original paper work, to Pte Herbert Smith who was a veteran of the Gallipoli Peninsula serving as an infantry soldier with the 15th Bn 1st AIF. He later went on to serve on the Western front, Australian field artillery, and was awarded the military medal for Bravery.… ***
*** A rare Australian convict cap, circa 1803 - 1820. Port Arthur, Tasmania. This example has two clear markings of 'B O' (board of Ordnance) and broad arrow. What is also particularly nice about this hat is that it was donated in 1922 with inscription, 'Presented by Mr. Archie Johnstone Board House' and 'Convicts cap Pt. Arthur 1922' on the inside of the cap. The origins of this leather cap can be traced back as an early British army off-duty or fatigue cap used circa 1803-1820. Reference: W. H.… ***
*** A World War I Imperial German 'Prussian Cuirassier' Pickelhaube helmet 'Lobster tail' type, in good condition. Height 23 cm ***
*** A Victorian British Infantry sword with scabbard blade marked: 'Henry Wilkinson, Pall Mall, London' and serial number 6418, and with Queen Victoria 'VR' cipher. Length 104 cm ***
*** A cased Percussion centre fire muff pistol octagonal barrel, engraved frame and barrel tang. One piece wooden grip. Comes complete with lead balls, miniature pistol powder flask and vintage boomerang percussion cap box. Circ 1840. Working order. No licence required WA or Vic ***
*** A short Cutlass Imperial German Forester blade 10 inches single edge. Etched both sides with scenes of hunters, deer's and hounds. Ricasso maker marked hubectus Solingen. Gilt finish brass 'D' guard. Game bird clam shell hilt with deer hoof quillon. White celluloid grip with gilt accord decorations. C/W original gilt finished leather and etched brass stag, drag end ***
*** A World War I Imperial German Piklehaube helmet World War I Prussian. the scarce Ersatz (felt outer) original 13 tongue leather liner, stamping to underside of neck nape protector. Pikie is twist off bayonet housing. Chin step is replacement ***
*** World War I Turkish naval officers sword with scabbard, with Turkish officers I.D. Book, length 87 cm ***
*** A World War I French trench Art model light house c.1915. The light house is made using ammunition shell casings and various military related metal parts. The base has a concealed mechanical wind up movement, which turns the top candle light house. The glass candle has selection of representative flags attached including Britain, France, Italy and several others. Height 94 cm ***

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