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279) 15TH CENTURY MILANESE ELBOW GUARD EXCEPTIONALLY RARE AND SELDOM SEEN IN PRIVATE COLLECTIONS!!!! 15th Century Milanese Elbow Guard For The Tilt Or Field. A near identical example can be seen in armors at the Sanctuaria de Santa Maria della Grazie and armors in the painting of the Battle of San Romano by Ucello. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 280) A VERY FINE ITALIAN ETCHED AND GILDED VAMPLATE FOR THE TILT CIRCA 1580: A vamplate is a piece of metal mounted on a lance or spear in order to protect the Knights hand. This superb example comes from the famous Harold Peterson collection. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 281) A RARE HORSE ARMOR CRUPPER PLATE EARLY 16TH CENTURY PROBABLY GERMAN for the left side armor of a horse formed of a gutter-shaped plate tapering at its rear and trimmed at the terminal for the tail (extensively patched on the outside by one plate covering almost half its surface area) the inside lined with a large plate perhaps an early addition and the border pierced for a lining. 58.5 cm; 23 1/8 in long. Provenance John W Higgins Armory Museum Inv. No. 1155. Fenton and Sons London 27 April 1930 No. 916 and by tradition from the Order of the Knights of Saint John during the Great Seige of Rhodes in 1522 and invariably taken as War Booty. Priced to sell quickly at $995 Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

284) A Very Rare DECORATED Horse Face Armor (Shaffron/ Chamfron) Turkey Or Anatolia, Circa 1500-1520!!! Made from one piece of steel, enclosed over both sides of the muzzle and projecting edge around the eyes and ears, and stretching horizontally across the forehead, embossed with curves extending almost the entire length of the muzzle, the entire Shaffron decorated with a shaped cartouches, the base, the edges bordered by small holes for a lining and probably for mail. With a beautiful rich brown patina and as expected with some modest wear and pitting. Length: 48cm (19 inches).

A near identical example is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (inv. no. 36. 25. 510) see David Alexander, Islamic Arms and Armor In The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2015, pp. 128-129, no. 47 (illustrated). Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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7) A NORTH GERMAN CLOSE HELMET, CIRCA 1560 BRUNSWICK FORMERLY IN THE HANOVERIAN ROYAL ARMORY COLLECTIONS: With rounded one-piece skull rising to a roped medial comb and fitted at the nape with a plume-holder (the skull with an early patched repair and one small hole), visor, upper bevor and bevor attached by common pivots (replaced), each secured at the right side by a spring-catch with leather restored lifting-peg, the visor with stepped centrally-divided vision-slit and pierced with six rectangular and four circular ventilation holes and a pair of holes for the attachment of a brow reinforce, the prow-shaped upper bevor pierced with circular arrangements of ventilation holes, two gorget-plates front and rear 40.6cm; 16in high. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 275) ABSOLUTE RARITY: HUGE GOTHIC KEY CIRCA 1400 for a Castle Gate, from the collection of a German master collector of over 60 years. The key has a exceptional length of 18.3 inches (46.5cm). Weight 6.4 pounds (2920 gram). The only one I have had in 30 years. If you collect Medieval or locks and keys this is a must have. Owner says Sell for just $2,400* 276) MORION IN THE SPANISH FASHION, CIRCA 1590-1610 WITH A MASIVE WORKING LIFE HIT FROM A MACE!!! From the armory of a European noble. Retaining its original black-from-the-hammer finish (showing slight patination and wear at points). Made of one-piece crown of round almond shape and moderately broad flat integral brim projecting to an obtuse point front and rear, its edges formed with plain inward turns and the base of the crown encircled bylining-rivets. Priced to sell at $1,495* 290) Armada Chest in very good condition. 15 x 26-1/4 x 15 inches. The smaller are the harder ones to find. Everything original and locking mechanism works as well as the day it was made. Call for complete details. Priced To Sell At $2,995*

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250) RARE GOTHIC CHEST MADE OF OAK CIRCA 1500 WITH A SECRET LOCKING MECHANISM!!! A museum quality piece for the most discriminating collector. The previose owner stored a collection of medieval swords in it. The front is carved with rich tracery and divided into two rectangular boxes, which are connected below the castle with bladder ornaments. The field close to each six arches, two richly decorated tracery windows. These each have a center, a small four-leaf flower, which is enclosed by a small quatrefoil. The oak boards are four to five centimeters thick. Significantly, the traces of the tools used at that time can be seen. Height: 61cm; Depth: 55cm; Width: 167cm; no insect infestation. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 269) Amazing Circa 1700-1800 Large French Bronze Door Bell For A Castle Or Major Villa. From a private museum in France. Elegant old patterns of cherubim and angels. This is not a copy. The attached picture showing a hanging operational bell is a similar example I have personally owned for 30 years. Priced to sell at $1,495.* 265) Exceptional German War Chest Circa 1600 (Kriegskasse / Armada Chest) with matching key. Very good condition and very difficult to find in this size: 21cm wide, 17cm deep, 19cm high. Locking system works perfectly. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 274) LARGE AND ROBUST PEWTER FLASK DATED 1677: Probably Dutch or English belonging in it's day to a man of wealth and power. It has the initials H.G.S F.W W.P and 3 to 4 makers marks. The engraved mounted image is possibly William Of Orange capturing a town during the Protestant/Catholic Wars. Large… elegant… and makes a statement. Size 22 x16 x 5cm. Priced to sell at $799*

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256) Exceptionally Elegant Gilded Candelabra From The Palace Of Hannover Circa 1650-1700. Large 3 prong iron candelabra in very good condition with exceptional provenance. A very interesting piece that would look good in any office or Medieval, Renaissance collection. Priced at $295 to sell quickly*

261) Very Large Veneitain Mint Condition Bronze Church Bell 1600s. Height: 35cm. Diameter: ca. 30.5cm. Weight: 10 Kilos. Priced at $1,295!* 262) Exceptionally Rare and Large Italian Combination Lock Circa 1600! The lock opens with a combination of 4 shooting positions with the appropriate key only. The only other time I have seen a lock like this was in a museum. Length: 19.29in. Weight: 10.1LBS. Priced at $1,295!* 264) Very Large Austrian Padlock Circa 1600 Museum Quality. Fully functional as the day it was made. Almost 11 X 8.5 inches, 4 LBS 8 OZ. Priced To Sell at $1,295. Free shipping in the US. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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249) Very Large and Beautiful Bronze Medieval Seal depicting a castle surrounded by lilies. The style of the lettering is Lomdardic (Germanic-speaking people who settled in Italy in the 6th century) which was popular from the 14th to the 16th centuries. The inscription is in Latin, however very difficult to decipher. Diameter: 58mm. Priced to sell at $495* 218) Knights Templar Button, was decorated with ANCIENT GLASS PASTE probably an aqua blue color. Found in Israel. If you have ever wanted an actual item from a Knights Templar here it is. Priced to Sell at $495!* 251) Very Large German Iron Padlock Circa 1550-1600 with original Clover Shaped Key. At the center of the lock the gate for the key, condition very good, height 20cm. Priced for a quick sale at $1,995!!* 254) Strong Box Circa 1550 Rare Domed Trunk. Size: 13cm x 13.5cm x 8cm. The smallest sizes are the rarest. Priced to sell at $1,995!*

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125) Exceptional Breastplate with Lower Lames Circa 1505 from the Order of the Knights of Saint John during the Great Seige of Rhodes in 1522 and ivariably taken as War Booty. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 185) A Fine and Rare South German Infantry Breastplate with Etched Decoration, Circa 1560 by Wolfgang Großschedel of Landshut with heavy medially-ridged main plate projecting forward over the belly, flanged outwards at its lower edge to receive a fauld and fitted at each arm-opening (the left damaged) with moveable gussets decorated with roped inward turns matching those at the neck-opening and surmounted by double-ended buckles to receive shoulder straps, and finely etched in bands and borders on a stippled and blackened ground with scrolling foliage and flowerheads, involving at the neck a pair of reclining nudes, and in the central band with trophies of arms (some light patination overall)
35.6cm; 17in Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*
248) Exceptional German Sallet Victorian Reproduction No One Will Know Its Not From 1450! It's that well made. Let's face it, you have to be rich to afford a real sallet. Even then you have to wait because there are only a few available every century. Here is your chance to own the next best thing at a fraction of the cost. Priced to Sell at $1,495!* 252) A Rare Small Strong Box Circa 1600 in exceptional condition as you would expect of an item owned by a person of wealth indoors. Of rectangular form, bound in studded iron straps with trefoil ended hinges and hasp to the front. The smaller strong boxes are harder to find than the bigger ones, 4in. x 6¾ in. x 4 in. Priced to Sell at $1,295!!*

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244) Very Large & Exceptional Anglo-Saxon Metal Cross Pendant Circa 700-800AD. Superb condition. Dimensions: 46.2-41.3mm Weight: 2.8g. Priced to sell $595* 247) Rare Large Knights Templar Bronze Brooch Circa 1100!!!! Very good condition. Own a piece of Templar history. Priced to sell $995* 246) A Rare War Chest Circa 1650 From Malaga Spain. It was proclaimed a product of Spain without export in 1820. I got a license to export it. A rare item since most War / Armada Chests were made in German during this period. Dimensions: 35x30x48cm. Priced to Sell at $1,495!*  

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271) EXCEPTIONAL AND RARE EARLY SPANISH GOTHIC FIGURAL MORTAR CIRCA 1500-1520!!! Spanish Export license from the government of Spain list it as 14th-15th century but more likely as early as 16th century. Carved of stone, the exterior with two mermaids that show forked tails, above their heads a funnel carved to pour liquid from the plain and circular interior. A unique and interesting piece for any antiquities collection. Priced to Sell at $1,495!* 235) Rare Italian Sword Belt Hook Circa 1450-1500!!! An Ornate And Richly Decorated Rare Italian Wrought-Iron Sword Belt Hook Circa 1450-1500: The pictures speak for themselves. Length: 10cm (4 inches) Weight: 91grams. Age probably second half of the 15th century. Priced at $1,295* 242) Exceptional Italian Rondel Dagger Bronze Sheath Circa post 1520; 28cm long, 38mm in diameter. Priced to Sell at $295!* 245) A Rare Pair of Etched Horse Stirrups (rider would put his foot in) Circa 1680 - 1800 from Granada Spain. They have a Star of David. Granada was a religious melting pot of intellectuals even at this time after the inquisition. A very rare and interesting item . Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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233) War/Armada Chest Circa 1680 Exceptional Condition With Trick Locking /Opening Mechanism.Original patina. The iron plates are riveted, very solid and robust. To open the chest, you have to secretly move one of the rivets in a certain direction, until the door opens to the keyhole (only reveiled to the buyer!). Under the cover 6 massive iron bars that seal the lid that work absolutely perfectly. Under the lid is a brass plate with the inscription: "No. 39 / J. Engewald / Legnica". Legnica is a district in the former Prussia / Silesia (see Wikipedia). Dimensions: width 52cm x depth 32cm x height 32cm. Weighs a whopping 48LBS! Priced at $1,995 For A Quick Sale* 238) Italian Etched Breastplate Attributed To The Knights of Malta Circa 1580-1600!!! Northern Italian (probably Milanese). Breastplate with Diagonal Fret inner border Decoration bearing the Jesuit Insignia.
-Of Fine peascod form with movable gussets (arm-pits)
-Acid deeply etched
-Probably part of a light field Armour
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239) Northern Italian Cabasset (probably Milanese) circa 1580-1600.
Attributed To The Knights of Malta. A Pear - Stalk Cabasset (also called Spanish morion; Italian: Zuccotto) made of one piece of metal. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*
240) Large Bronze Kettle Circa 1650 with seal. Diameter: 27cm, Height: 25cm plus Handle. Exceptional condition. Priced to Sell at $495!*

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225) Exceptional Silver and Gilt Italian Goblet Circa 1620!!! A masterful work of art with detailed relief of cherubs and other rich symbols. Multiple makers marks, 28cm. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 227) Exceptional Italian Pisan Close Helmet Circa 1580!!! Museum quality 100% homogenous including lames. You won't find a better one at this price. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 231) Italian or French Miniature Jewel Casket Circa 1600-50!!! Of gilt copper, the sides and the arched cover chased and pierced with acanthus leaves, applied at the top with a hinged handle, the inside lined in red fabric. It is in excellent condition, some small marks of use, and note that the lock is missing.Height: 7.4cm Length: 12.5cm Width: 5.2cm Priced to Sell At $1,295* 232) English Sundial Dated 1642, superb condition, amazing conversation piece.The brass sundial is engraved and shows the initials E.C. or E.G. and the date 1642. Superb age patina. The sundial measures: 13.4cm x 13.6cm. Height of the gnomon: 8.9cm. This is a very good example of a 17th century English sundial and very rare to find in this size. Just $995*

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211) Exceptional Officers Grade German War Burgonet Circa 1580, directly from the Wurttemberg Armory in South Western Germany. It has the Wurttemberg City Armory mark on the visor which is only reserved for exceptional grade armor. This example was used quite a bit in its working/fighting life with slight personalized modifications. It's ear checks were replaced during its fighting life perhaps by a field armorer. They were probably changed very early in it's life. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

212) Exceptionally Rare Italian Great Basinet Skull Circa 1350!!! There has not been a Great Basinet sold in the field of Arms and Armor in over a 100 years. There are only a hand full of museums world wide that have an intact example. To say a Great Basinet is the holy grail of Arms and Armor collecting would be an understatement. This exceptionally well preserved example was found in a river next to a castle in western Europe. The find location is available to the new owner. A near identical example can be found in the Royal Collection at the Tower Of London. See Vol 7 No. 1 2010. If you have ever dreamed of owning a Great Basinet this is the closest you will ever come. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 216) 16th Century Alms Box From A 12th Century Church With Strong Templar Ties!!! Large built of steel with a long spike that is embedded in the wall of the church to prevent the theft of the entire box. Has a coin shield to prevent coins from being pulled out from the coin drop with a wire or string. Good condition but the bottom has suffered from years of use and coins bouncing off the bottom. Priced to Sell at $995* 223) A Homogenous 100% period MORION IN THE SPANISH FASHION, CIRCA 1590-1610 from the armory of European nobility. Made of one-piece crown of round almond shape and moderately broad flat integral brim projecting to an obtuse point front and rear, its edges formed with plain inward turns and the base of the crown encircled by eleven lining-rivets (replaced), of which two at each side also serve to suspend a narrow slightly tapering cheek-pieces, and the whole retaining its original black-from-the-hammer finish (showing slight patination and wear at points). Priced to Sell at $1,995*

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206) Rare Italian Archers Sallet Circa 1450!! Has a few working life repairs which means it was used in battle. Its condition is similar to a large hoard of armor found in the Castle of Chalcis at Euboea (Negroponte) in 1840 during some remodeling to the military hospital. The armor seems to be mostly fourteenth century to mid-15th century Many of the pieces found are displayed in the Ethnological Museum at Athens and most of the "Chalcis Hoard" was eventually acquired by the New York Metropolitan Museum of art.

The Castle of Chalcis was captured by the Turks from the Venetians in 1470, and it is the period from the middle of the 14th century to this date which exactly covers the style of helmets and armor of which the collection is composed. The sole exception to this is a Morion, which is stated to have been part of the find. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

208) Circa 1650 German Wooden Cross With Decorative Stained Patterning, applied with white metal stamped symbols of the four evangelists within quatrefoil forms and a figure of Christ. The form is certainly German with the accompanying evangelists on the four points of the cross, together with the text. The large size would indicate that this was hung on a wall of a house, institution or some such building. Height 53cm Depth 28cm Length 4cm. Priced To Sell Today at $295* 197) Amazing Etched Pisan (North Italian) Half Suit… 100% Homogenous… Circa 1580-1600… In Mint Condition… Museum Quality!!! Almost certainly Milanese! Probably attributed to the workshop of Pmpeo della Chiesa. What makes it so special is that its in mint condition and 100% homogenous (all the parts were made for the same suit/person). This museum quality gem is being offered by one of my clients and is very well priced to sell today. They do not come up this nice very often. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 204) German Armada Chest Circa 1620-1680. Rare size 72x33x36 cm, conserved with a retouched floral pattern. Original key. I got it at a very good price so I have priced it to sell quickly. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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199) Elegant Very High Comb North German Embossed Morion Circa 1600, From The Armory Of A European Prince. Be the second permanent owner in 415 years. High roped medial comb with swept brim, lining rivets, missing rossets, embossed with a hexafoil within a circle bordered by stylized acanthus foliage. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 200) Exceptional German War Burgonet Circa 1600 directly from the Wurttemberg Armory in South Western Germany. In 100% original mint condition with the exception of a slight touch up on the black finish perhaps 100 years ago. With that exception it is as identical to the day it was made. Officers grade armor in this condition with a perfect provenance is very difficult to find. It has the Wurttemberg City Armory mark on the visor which is only reserved for exceptional grade armor.Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 201) Oak Gothic Frieze Circa 1510 Depicting Jesus, Mary and Joseph along with the Holy Spirit fleeing King Herod to safety in Egypt; Large 47x9x6 inches in exceptional museum quality condition. Very elegant and a conversation piece for any office, living room or den. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 109) From the armory of the Earl Of Pembroke. Homogenous closed helmet circa 1550 with original black finish! Sold  at Wilton House in the Sotheby’s sale of 1923. It was bought by a Dutch Museum who recently sold it. Now you can be the 3rd owner in over 450 years. . Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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184) Museum Quality Very Large German Twin Door Knockers Chest Circa 1650 from a Rhine church A+ !!! Hand Forged Work Of A Renaissance Master Metal Smith.Museum Piece For Any Antique, Armor, Sword Collector who only wants the best. Hand Forged Not Cast. With a slight modification at the connecting arm so they can be installed on a contemporary door. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 188) A Very Elegant Officers Grade German Cuirassier Helmet Circa 1620. It has little conservation and condition is excellent for a 400 year old helmet. It has retained some of the original leather. Would look very nice in any collection.Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 194) Rare Flemish Burgonet Circa 1580. From the region currently known as Belgium. In very good condition with a makers mark and an armory control number on the left ear flap. The left ear also has some slight working life battle damage. It would make a great addition to any collection. Priced to sell today at $3,400. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 196) Exceptional Etched North Italian (Brescia) Morion Circa 1580!!! Heavy Officers Grade,one piece construction. Conserved to museum standards. 32CM. Priced to sell for about half of what an etched Brescian morion normally sells for. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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179) German Lobstertail Helmet Circa 1600-1620 from the Higgins Armory Museum: Acquired by the Higgins from a sale of armor at the Anderson Galleries in New York on March 2 1927 of the Archduke Eugen Austrian armory. The lobster-tailed  helmet being derived from the Ottoman Turkish 'chichak' (Turkish - çiçak) helmet, which developed in the late 16th century. The helmet has the Higgins Inventory numbe 152, making it one of the first pieces acquired by Higgins for his museum. Size: H. 10.0x W. 11.0x D. 18.0" Weight: 4.2lbs Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

187) Officers Quality German Burgonet Circa 1580. Elegant… Superb… Great Condition! Much nicer and lower price than the ones you see at auction. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 190) An exceptionally well made German Circa 1600 Jousting Suit (Victorian reproduction). If this suit were period it would be over $600,000. It had been sold in the past as a period suit. It is probably the work of Winkelmeyer of Vienna. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 191) An Exceptionally Elegant German Morion circa 1600 with an impeccable provenance. Bought directly from The Armory of the Princely House of Hohenlohe-Langenburg Castle. Be the second permanent owner in over 400 years! Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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164) Solothurn Armory Half Suit of Armor - virtually all parts are marked with Solothurn arsenal marks. Solothurn Armory is the second largest armory for 16/17th century arms and armor in Europe, it is located in Switzerland. This is a gem of a suit. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 178) A Super Rare Large German Armada Cabinet Circa 1600 (17 X 12 X 10.5 inches). It is unrestored in original condition with original key. This is the only one I have seen on the market in 30 years. It is very reasonably priced for a quick sale. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 183) An Extremely Elegant German Bishops Mantel Circa 1580 with the absolutely smallest riveted rings I have ever seen. There must be close to 100,000 rings all made and rivet by hand. A grain of rice can barley fit inside the ring, truly the work of a master armorer. It has about 1/3 of the original brass rings at the top of the neck and edges. Bishops mantels were used in conjunction with helmets to protect the back of the neck. You won't find a better one at it's sell today price. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 181) Museum Quality German Armada Chest, 17th Century. With base and handles, the front painted with a gentleman and a lady. On conical base with openwork of flower branches. H. 14.1 x W. 17.7 x D. 10.3 cm (inc. base).100% period with no restorations for the discriminating collector who only wants the best. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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175) Rare Maximilian Suit Of Armor Primarily Circa 1520 Cap I Pie. Probably the most sought after item for any collector of Arms and Armor is a complete Maximilian suit of Armor. Priced for quick sale. Please inquire for complete details. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 163) Flemish Burgonet of about 1600 and came from the armoury of the Earls of Pembroke at Wilton House, Wiltshire. It originally had cheek-pieces of death's-mask form. However, these were cut back around 1620-30 to open up the face and fit a nasal-bar in its place. It is typologically and historically a very elegant and  interesting piece for any collection. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 166) German Closed Helmet With Gorget Circa 1600. A good center piece for any collection. Has a very nice working life repair on the left pivot, appears to have been hit by a mace. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 165) Exceptional Italian Etched-To-Death Officer's Italian Morion Circa 1600. Best one seen in 20 years. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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167) German Officers Grade Lobstertail /Zischagge Circa 1620-1630 with original finish and original lining. Exceptional helmet with beautifully decorated tail. One piece hemispherical skull with period associated cheek pieces and restored nasal. The best and most original Zischagge on the market in many years. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 285) MASTER COLLECTION OF 177 OLD 17th-18th CENTURY KEYS: many sizes and dimensions. Average height 10 centimeters, weight of total lot about 8 LBS. Priced $399*

286) MASTER COLLECTION OF 150 OLD 17th-18th CENTURY KEYS: Many sizes and dimensions. Average height 8 centimeters, weight of total lot about 5 LBS. Priced $299.*

109) Homogenous Closed Helmet Circa 1550 with original black finish! From the armory of the Earl Of Pembroke. Sold at Wilton House in the Sotheby’s sale of 1923. It was bought by a Dutch Museum who recently sold it. Now you can be the 3rd owner in over 450 years. . Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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146) Maximilian Italian Infantry Breastplate Circa 1520 from the Great Siege of Rhodes. Provenance Ex Metropolitan Museum Of Art. Restoration to the back, missing gusset. 34CM. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 152) Exceptional Etched To Death B&W Cuirass Circa 1560!!! Museum Quality... Owner says sell today! Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 143) A Museum Quality German Armada Chest with original key and decorative elements circa 1650. Size 16"h x 25.25"w x 13"d. Priced To Sell at under $3,600!* 159) Pieta German/Austrian Carved Limewood Circa 1520. "Pieta" Jesus' lifeless body is held by Virgin Mary, emanating serenity and acceptance of the dead Christ and with faith in the Redeemer. Size: 1ft L 8in W x 2ft H Weight: 24.4lb Condition: Minor wear on wood, crack on Virgin Mary's right shoulder, back has a large crack, wear and worm holes especially at the base. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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76) A HOMOGENOUS GERMAN CUIRASSIER'S ARMOR CIRCA 1590: Former European museum collection.One of the finest post war cuirassier's armors ever to reach the market. The center piece of any collection. Originally slated for acquisition by one of the finest Arms and Armour museums in the world. Seldom does an armor of this quality reach the market. In the Andrew Garcia collection for over 10 years. 100% homogenous with the exception of the fingers/gauntlets. If you want the absolute best here it is. Provenance Rendsburg Armory (before 1864) - Tøjhuset Museum (1864-1980/90). Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 103) Close German Helmet Circa 1570... Museum Quality ...100% Original Mint Condition... From The Armory Of The Princes of Hanover and Dukes of Brunswick Royal Collection Marionberg Germany... Museum Piece For Any Antique Armor, Sword Collector who only wants the best!!! Exceptionally rare opportunity To own a piece of European history for a fraction of what the European auction houses charge!!! Museum Curators Description: A skull formed in two pieces joined by a turn along the crest of a high medial comb and fitted at the nape with a small tubular plume-holder, visor, upper bevor and bevor attached by common pivots, each secured at the right side by a spring-catch the visor pierced beneath its centrally divided vision-slit with fourteen rhomboid ventilation-holes, the upper bevor pierced with sixteen vertical ventilation-slots, and two gorget-plates front and rear, the lowest in each case decorated with a recessed border, and fitted throughout with domed lining rivets 43cm; 17in high Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

104) A NORTH GERMAN CLOSE HELMET FOR FIELD USE, CIRCA 1570 Property Formerly in the Hanoverian Royal Collections: One-piece skull rising to a high-roped comb and fitted at the nape with a later small tubular plume-holder, visor and bevor attached by common pivots (replaced, the visor with an early repair at the rear), each secured at the right side by a spring-catch, the visor pierced beneath its stepped, roped and centrally divided vision-slit with a series of circular breathes, and two associated gorget-plates front and rear, the lowest in each case decorated with a file-roped turn (areas of pitting and light rust) 40.7cm; 16in high Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

135) Exceptionally Rare Italian Sallet/ Barbute Circa 1450 From The Great Siege of Rhodes, Knights Of The Order Of Saint John!!! Appears on page 8 in the book Medieval Armor From Rhodes by curators Walter Karcheski ( Higgins Armory) and Thom Richardson (Royal Collections). The Siege of Rhodes of 1522 was the second attempt by the Ottoman Empire to expel the Knights Of The Order Of St John from their island stronghold and thereby secure Ottoman control of the Eastern Mediterranean. This Is A Very Rare Piece Of European History at a fraction of what the auction houses charge. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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13) A HOMOGENOUS SOUTH GERMAN FLUTED HELMET FOR FIELD USE IN THE SO-CALLED MAXIMILIAN FASHION CIRCA 1510-20 from the Order of the Knights of Saint John during the Seige of Rhodes and invariably taken as war booty to St. Irenes in Istanbul. Comprising close helmet formed of a broad rounded one-piece skull with bellows visor and bevor attached by a pair of low-domed common pivots the visor prominently stepped beneath its centrally-divided vision-slit pierced in three rows with ten horizontal ventilation-slots and fitted at its right side with a lifting-peg the bevor flanged outwards at its lower edge to form a short neck-guard (slightly trimmed at its center the flange and left side of the bevor each showing riveted and brazed repairs) and secured to the right side of the skull by a spring-catch (push-button replaced) and one lame of a rear neck-guard collar of four lames front and rear (the top front lame with a later hole at the center the lowest front lame with a large patch at the left side the lowest rear lame with minor chips and cracks at its main edges). Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 72) AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE PAIR OF SOUTH GERMAN ETCHED AND GILT GAUNTLETS CIRCA 1560. Landshut from Warwick Castle attributed to Wolfgang Grosschedel. Each formed of a flared and obtusely-pointed cuff with fixed inner plate its upper edge turned inwards and bearing slight traces of file-roping the lower end of its outer plate decorated over the ulna with an almond-shaped boss six upward-overlapping metacarpal-plates shaped knuckle-plate and finger-plate finely etched and gilt in recessed borders and medial bands and on the knuckle- and finger-plates with bands of arabesque interlace and at the upper edges of each metacarpal-plate with narrower bands of rectangular guilloche PROVENANCE Warwick Castle inv. no. A044. Arabesque ornament of the kind recorded here occurs on several south German garnitures of the third quarter of the 16th century mainly connected with the former Imperial armoury in Vienna. Elements of these garnitures are now widely dispersed as a result of the plundering of the armoury by Napoleonic troops in 1805. They can be seen in the Hofjagd-und R stkammer Vienna Inv. Nos A925 A1118 A2259 & B126 the Musée de l Armée Paris Cat. Nos G.62 and 63 the Wallace Collection London Cat. No. A38 the Royal Armouries Museum Leeds Inv. Nos II. 172 & VI. 62 the Museum Narodowe Cracow the Museo Stibbert Florence Cat. No. 147. In some cases the decoration has a blackened ground while in others as here it has a gilt one. The decoration of the gauntlets catalogued here most closely resembles that of the Landshut piece. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

60) Hannover Maximilian Helmet Circa 1520: Property Formerly in the Hanoverian Royal Collections. I originally bought this magnificent helmet at the Princes of Hanover and Dukes of Brunswick auction 6 years ago in Marienberg Germany. I sold it and the current owner who now needs to sell it. If you are looking for a 100% homogenous  Maximilian helmet with an  impeccable provenance ( I was the second owner in almost 500 years) this is it. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

92) Marble Madonna Staute Circa 1450. A superb example of Gothic Catholic iconography. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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5) Italian Composite Suit Circa 1570. Sword not included. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

8) Exceptionally Rare Nuremberg Mail Shirt Makers Seal Circa 1500. Found in Bott Germany.This would identify the maker of the mail shirt as having been a member of the Nuremberg guild. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

 

111) Museum Quality Maximilian Armor circa 1515-1520. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 108) Very Nice Black & White German Half Suit Circa 1580. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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82) Exceptional Door Lock Circa 1600. Very large over 12 inches. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 86) Exceptionally Large 18.2 inch German Wine Jug Circa 1600. Highly decorated in superb condition. Bearded face on neck, representing Cardinal Roberto Bellarmino (1542-1621), who was a bitter opponent to Protestantism. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 75) Hungarian Spangelhelm 8th-10th Century. Exceptional condition. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 91) A SUPER RARE Metal Cooking Pot / Cauldron. Not only is the size great measures 7.5 in tall and 9.57in , wonderful shaped and color patina is outstanding on this 1550-1659 piece. The seam is made in a sand casting in two pieces. Rings just like a bell. Wonderful 16th Century - early 17th Centura piece. This example is the second one out of my own 17th Century collection. Lots of copper color in this pot which also shows it to be of Dutch origin. Yes, these were used to cook in and boil down meat for lamps. Calling them Flesh Posts. Caudrins. No damage or repairs. Dutch origin. Great piece of metalware from a German collection. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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99) German/Austrian Iron Anvil Circa 1600. Iron forging anvil with dark age patina. Broad face, with beautiful Renaissance decorations. Height 26cm, width 32.5cm, weight about 100 LBS. Very decorative anvil with beautiful Renaissance decorations. Ever wonder what swords and armor was forged on? Great addition to any arms and armor collection. Priced To Sell at $2,995* 96) Exceptionally Elegant 15th Century Spanish (Hispano-Moresque) MortaR, cast in bronze, the exterior octagonal with everted rim and flared base, applied with single handle supporting a ring of wrought iron, with pestle. Height: 11cm Width/Diameter: 18cm. Priced To Sell $1,495*

126) Exceptionally Well Etched German Visor From A Burgonet Circa 1570-1580 belonging to a high ranking Knight Or Member of Royalty. Attributed To Leonhard Meurl of Innsbruck. Most likely taken as war booty by Napoleons troops from the Imperial armory in Vienna. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

88) Prosetional Byzantine Bronze Crosses 8th-10th century. Large measures 4.75 H. Unlike the ones you see on Ebay this one is the real thing. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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116) German Decorated Armada Iron Strong Box. Circa 1600 with original key. From the Estate of Varue W. Oishei. Museum quality piece. The hinged top and three sides having polychrome flowering-vine painted gilt riveted straps enclosing villages and seascapes, the sides with wrought iron loop handles. Height: 16in (40.6cm); Width: 32in (81.3cm); Depth: 16-3/4 in ( 42.5cm). Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 129) A Very rare Mail Brayette German, Late 15th Century. Finely formed of close-set riveted iron rings of rounded section, swollen at the centre and extending over the thighs, 55 cm. wide Footnote: Provenance: Galerie Fischer, Lucerne, 24 June 1974, lot 146. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 102) Etched Italian Morion Circa 1580-1600. Good condition with working life repair. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 118) Exceptionally Early German Black & White Breast Plate with original Skirt. Circa 1550 in Museum Quality Condition. This is not the typical B&W breast plate you see at most auctions. Priced To Sell at under $4,999!*

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117) Early 17th Century Carved Wooden Lion, 23" x 10" x 8". Exceptional, Impressive and Makes A Statement. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

127) Venetian Stone Capital 17th Century. Height 7 1/2 inches, diameter 6 inches. Appraised by Alice Duncan Levy the head of European Works Of Art Christies New York. Price $1,500. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

128) Exceptionally Rare 17th Century German Trick Lock with Fully Functinal Key. To open one must first push to the left the upper triangle on the front (see fig. nr.2). The key door opens.  As soon as one turns the key two times, the lock locks. To open one must operate the  metal reinforcment strip on the back (see fig. No. 5) Material: Iron Size: 15,0cm X 8,5cm X 3,5cm Handle: 2.0 cm Weight: 677g Condition is very good. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

8) Italian One Piece Morion Circa 1580 with original finish. Museum quality one of the nicest we have seen in a long time. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

2) Black & White German 3/4 suit Circa 1570. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 84) Gun Proof Shield From The Tower of London Circa 1600. Mint Museum piece that made it's way out of the Tower due to human error. To late it got away and I own it and now you can to. Original black finish, the spike like all of them is an ancient replacement. One of the few items to get away from the Tower. This is a piece of British history. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 53) English Pikemans Armor. Breastplate, Backplate and Tassets Circa 1620. Add a helmet and buffcoat and you have a complete suit. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner* 33) Exceptionally Rare Pointillé Decoration English Cuirass Circa 1620. Contact Me To Get The Latest Lowest Price Possible From The Owner*

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