This pair of Grodenstock binoculars are from my optic collection. This is a well used pair with the each lenses adjustable but the sun shades missing. The makers name in on the left side and the right side has been over painted to hide what is there. The binoculars are covered with fake pebble leath ...Read and See More
My good friend Dave bought an original Japanese helmet and put a post war made cover on it and camouflaged it which is super attractive! The liner is broke and the star on the helmet is a reproduction, he is asking exactly what he paid for it. It is an awesome display piece! ...Read and See More
This is a great sword! When is the last time you saw one of these? What makes this different and differentiates it is the tortoise shell grip which looks super cool! The backstrap also has a unique to generals type of floral decoration, I will have to get a picture of that tomorrow for you. The ...Read and See More
This is a mega cool medal with the former owners picture from my buddy Dave's collection! He is moving it out for more "stuff", pieces with a face associated with them are pretty cool! ...Read and See More
This bayonet came out of an museum in Connecticut, it was a donation. I can't say for sure but it almost looks like someone was keeping track of their victories, on the grip there are some lines scratched into it. Overall it is in pretty good condition, it is a combat carried piece with a slightly ...Read and See More
Slightly worn and overall extremely nice in condition. It does have one small paint spot on the knot but otherwise really nice. Why did they always have to paint with a sword or helmet around?!
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I am not really sure what this is for, if you know, please let me know. I hope it does not say something like "tunafish" or "laundry soap", I was told it was from an airplane but do not know if that was true. It measures: 2.75"x5.5".
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This is a very nice untouched, Samurai mounted katana. I think the blade is Shinto period so probably made in the 1600s or 1700s someplace. It is a very healthy blade and is 28 inches in length, so a nice meaty long sword! It also has hi on each side to help reduce weight, they look cool too! It ...Read and See More
This is a pretty interesting sword which came in on a hotel buy in New Jersey not long ago. The tang is signed MOTTE YASUGI KO KANEMICHI SAKU, this represents the smiths name Kane Michi and the type of metal he used to make the sword. Yasugi is a town in which they have been mining iron ore back t ...Read and See More
This is a really cool sword, not only does it have and old blade and rare fittings, it also has "The Look"! The fittings are a rare type with a slightly elongated ishzuke or scabbard end cap. There is kanji stamped onto it which is basically a pat. pending stamp. The fittings still have most of ...Read and See More