Arms and Armor 2021-05-25 Auction - 343 Price Results - Cowan's Auctions in OH
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U.S. Model 1841 Naval Cutlass: 21" blade length. 26.25" overall length. Double-edged spear point blade with pronounced median ridge. Features a brass hilt with knuckleguard, scaled grip, and a nippled pommel with crested American
0002: U.S. Model 1841 Naval CutlassEst. $400-$600
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Hudson Bay Co. Flintlock Trade Gun by Barnett: 20 Bore (about .62 caliber), 38" pinned octagonal-to-round 3-stage barrel with baluster turned rings at the transitions, no S/N. Browned finish, nails secured brass buttplate, cast brass thimbles and
0006: Hudson Bay Co. Flintlock Trade Gun by BarnettEst. $2,000-$3,000
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17th Century Pot Helmet, Breastplate: 1.) Sapper's helmet with double visors, ridged dome, and riveted rim. Features remnants of leather lining secured by rivets, and one ear protector. Item appears to be unmarked, possibly made during
0011: 17th Century Pot Helmet, BreastplateEst. $1,000-$2,000
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17th Century English Lobster-Pot Helmet: 17th century English Cromwellian-style lobster tail pot helmet. Two-piece skull fastened with an arch of seven rivets. Also features a visor, 3-panel lobster tail neck defense, spade-tipped nasal,
0014: 17th Century English Lobster-Pot HelmetEst. $1,000-$1,500
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16th Century Italian "Pisan" Etched Backplate: 16th century North Italian "Pisan-style" backplate with flared ridged edges and a fine etched finish. Etchings include "mop & broom" designs such as parts from floral script patterns, figural heads,
0015: 16th Century Italian "Pisan" Etched BackplateEst. $800-$1,000
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Colt 4th Model 1851 Navy Revolver: .36 caliber, 7.5" barrel, S/N 166532 (mfg. ca1863). Blued finish, color casehardened frame, silver plated brass backstrap and triggerguard, smooth one-piece varnished walnut grip. One-line New York
0017: Colt 4th Model 1851 Navy RevolverEst. $1,500-$2,000
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Rare H.E. Dimick of St. Louis Shotgun: 10 gauge, 30" barrels, no S/N. Browned Damascus patterned barrels, color case hardened receiver and locks, checkered pistol grip stock with smooth steel buttplate and checkered splinter forend with
0018: Rare H.E. Dimick of St. Louis ShotgunEst. $1,500-$2,500
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Fine Cased Webley Wedge Frame Revolver: 54-bore (.442 caliber), 6" octagonal barrel, S/N 2778. Blued and color case hardened finish, checkered one-piece walnut grip. Topstrap engraved WEBLEY & SON, LONDON, lower left side of frame engraved
0020: Fine Cased Webley Wedge Frame RevolverEst. $4,000-$6,000
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Percussion English Trade Gun: Appears to be 16 gauge or .65 caliber shot. 36" octagonal-to-round tapered barrel length. S/N: NSN. Single-shot percussion rifle or shotgun with spur hammer, Bowie knife-shaped sideplate, 4-pin
0024: Percussion English Trade GunEst. $1,000-$1,500
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Lot of 3 Indian War Spiked Helmets: Three black felt Model 1889 infantry dress helmets with brass fittings and insignia. Includes and officer's pattern with gold cords and chin chain, lined in silk with a leather sweatband. An
0025: Lot of 3 Indian War Spiked HelmetsEst. $800-$1,200
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