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An Arm Defences
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A left arm defence formed of an upper cannon, lower vambrace and a large couter. The cannon includes a turning collar. The vambraces openening on hinges. Matches pieces with ornamental etchings. Probably Augsburg, circa 1580, length 49 cm. Condition 2
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Cased Pair Percussion Pistols by Pirmet a Paris
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Octagonal, slightly swamped Damascus barrels with patent breechblocks, original bluing and micro-groove rifling in 13.5 mm calibre. The top of the barrels with gold-inlaid marking "Fni Pr (fourni par) PIRMET A PARIS". The breeches and tangs numbered in gold respectively "1" and "2", tangs incorporat...
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UNE NOCE SOUS LE DIRECTOIRE and UN BAPTÊME SOUS LE DIRECTOIRE by F. K. Kaemmerer
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Hand-colored photogravure signed in the plate "T.K. Kaemmerer", marked "Photogravure Goupil & Cie". Frederik Hendrick Kaemmerer (Dutch, 1839-1902). France, 2nd half of the 19th century, sight size: 38 x 55 cms. Partly gilt wood carved frames with carvings of flowers, scrolls, seashells and acanthus,...
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Motherhood by Frantisek Reichental
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Oil on pasteboard, signed lower righr "Reichental". Frantisek Reichental (1895 Lehnice — 1971 New York). Czechoslovakia, the 1st half of the 20th century, dimensions 23 x 28 cms. Framed. Condition 2
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A Savage Navy Model 1861 Revolver
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.36 caliber octagonal grooved barrel. The frame top strap is marked "SAVAGE R.F.A CO MIDDLETOWN. CT /H.S. NORTH PATENTED JUNE 17 1856 / JANUARY 19 1859 MAY 15 1860". SA, six-shot. The unique action functions with a lever and a trigger. The lever has a loop for the middle finger. When the lever is pu...
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A Pearl and Black Enamel Parure
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Silver of minimal purity 750/1000, gold plated. Black enamel, red stones and pearls. Austrian import hallmark 1867 - 1922. Set consists of ring 4.40g brooch 5.78g, earrings 3.75 and collier 93.64g. Probably France, late 19th century. Some pearls missing. Condition 2
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A Percussion Target Rifle
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Heavy octagonal barrel with a seven-groove rifled bore in 10 mm calibre with patent breechblock and dovetailed iron sights. Inlaid in gold with "K. SCHWAB IN PILSEN" on the barrel indicating manufacture in western Bohemia, gold band at the breech. Interestingly sculpted percussion lock. Double set t...
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A Cottage on the Bend of a River by Adolf Chwala
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Oil on canvas laid on cardboard, signed lower left "A Chwala". Adolf Chwala (1836 Prague - 1900 Vienna). Austria, the end of the 19th century, dimensions 17 x 14 cms. Framed. Condition 2
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A Cased Pair Percussion Pocket Pistols
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Detachable round Damascus barrels in 17 mm calibre with keyways at muzzle and microgrooves. Identical serial numbers 1025 and manufacturer stamps (crowned monogram DC) on the bottom of the chambers. Finely engraved with arabesques steel box system, retractable folding trigger. Polished ebony handles...
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A Pair of Cased Flintlock Pocket Pistol by W. W. Richards
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A round turn-off 4.0 cm barrels in 12.5 mm calibre, stamped below with Birmingham proofs, engraved box-lock actions the left side has the manufacturer´s name "Richards". On the right side is decoration with military trophies. Sliding safety. Walnut bag shaped butts. Birmingham circa 1815, length of ...
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A West Anatolian Prayer Rug
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Prayer rug in Ghiordes design with column-supported mihrab, lamp and wide border frame. One of the Transylvanian group of prayer rugs with serrated leaves and carnations. West Anatolia, 19th century or earlier, dimensions 127 x 186 cms. Condition 2+
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The Fate of Czechoslovakia by W. A. Schlosser
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Seven maps printed from linocuts by Wolfgang Schlosser. Published by the Czechoslovak cultural centre as a private print in a restricted number of copies. Schlosser Wolfgang Alexander (1913 Prague — 1984 Prague). London: The Swan Press, 1940. First edition. Condition 2

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