.50 caliber, 28" octagonal barrel, S/N 032479. Blued finish with plain stock. Blade front sight with adjustable rear sight. Brass fittings with double set trigger and brass tipped wood ramrod. Barrel marked with manufacturer markings, caliber, and serial number.
.50 caliber, 25.5" octagonal barrel, S/N 09428. Blued barrel with plain forend and wrist. brass furniture with brass-tipped wood ramrod. Blade front sight with U-notch buckhorn rear sight. Barrel marked with Navy Arms address, caliber, and serial number.
19" spear point blade. Brass handle on the top of the pommel is engraved CSA. These French swords were imported and used by the Confederate Artillery. The markings appear to be genuine and have been there a long time. Nice patination down in the markings with an even look. Leather scabbard with brass tip and throat.
33" spearpoint blade with 14.75" median fuller, .625" wide at ricasso. Brass naval guard with wire-wrapped faux shagreen grip. Lion's head pommel with crown. Blade etched with floral and naval motifs, with E.F. Horster manufacture markings in obverse ricasso. Leather scabbard with gilt brass mounts.
34.75" single-edged blade with 27.5" fuller, 1" wide at forte. Brass two-branch guard with wire-wrapped leather grip. Obverse ricasso marked with three-line C. Roby manufacturing markings with reverse showing U.S. marking, 1864 date, and "A.G.M." inspection mark of Abner G. Mosman. Includes steel scabbard.
.32 caliber, 3" barrel length, S/N 7523. Top of the barrel marked "No. 32 Standard 1875." Left side of the barrel marked with address next to patent dates. Front ramp sight and 5-shot fluted cylinder. Nickel finish with black checkered hard rubber grips.
12.75" clip point blade with 4.5" false edge. 1.5" wide at ricasso, 18.5" overall length. Iron mounts with rounded cross guard and smooth wood grip scales. Ricasso marked with spurious "WILL & FINCK.S.F. CAL" in and arch and single line. No scabbard.
11.7x42R, 35.375" round barrel secured by three spring-retained bands, S/N 63300. Blued finish, smooth walnut stock. Upper tang marked with the Copenhagen Arsenal marks and dated "1883." Barrel bands with Danish crown marks, reverse of receiver with crowned Danish markings and M-1867. Brass unit ID disk on obverse stock reads "3AB/1409." Retains the original long range military leaf rear sight, the drift adjustable front sight, saber bayonet lug, both sling swivels and the jag head cleaning rod. These rifles were produced on license from Remington in Denmark by the Danes for military use and were originally chambered for a rimfire cartridge. Most were later altered to center fire for the 11.7x42R cartridge, as is this example.
27.25" triangular blade, .75"wide at ricasso. Cast brass hilt with single rear quillon and checkered wood grip. Grip cast with floral forms throughout. Blade shows traces of engraving and previous gilding with very faint "Solingen" in script on forte with nearly illegible maker's name on obverse of forte. No scabbard.
20 gauge/.30-06 caliber; 3" chamber for shotgun. Blade front sight with folding rear notch sight and claw scope mounts. Matted rib marked with one-line Joseph Winkler name and Ferlach, Austria address. Bottom of barrels marked with German proofs with "497" serial number and 1965 production date markings.
.36 caliber, 4" round barrels, S/N 121. Steel finish with two-piece wood grips. Right side of barrel marked with serial number, with "90" on underside of barrels. Top of barrels marked "ALLEN" with the remainder illegible. Right side of frame appears to be marked "RER."
23.25" single edged blade with 21" fuller. Iron guard engraved with floral motifs and "1945 No. 1." Grip scales of horn with copper rivets. Two-piece wood scabbard with braided rattan binding. Blade marked with tiger.
Possibly Zande. Quiver measures 24". Fringed throughout with hand-woven leather strips with top showing tooling in geometric forms and some remnants of hair. Includes nine arrows with single and double-barbed arrows.