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Nevertheless, they were employed for their shock value. In Columbus carried one on his discovery exploration to the Americas. Conquistadors Hernando Cortez and Francisco Pizzaro also used them, in andduring their respective conquests and colonization of Mexico and Peru. Not primary arms of war, hand cannon were adequate tools of protection for fighting men. Fine original brass rose head rivets. A stunning piece with amazing provenance, owned by one of the greatest yet notorious men in world publishing history. His collecting took his agents around the Europe to acquire the finest treasures available, for his project of building the largest and finest private estate in the world, Hearst Castle in San Simeon.
In much of this he succeeded. Hearst entered the publishing business in after taking control of The San Francisco Examiner from his father. Acquiring more newspapers, Hearst created a chain that numbered nearly 30 papers in major American cities at its peak. He later expanded to magazines, creating the largest newspaper and magazine business in the world. He was twice elected as a Democrat to the U. Nonetheless, through his newspapers and magazines, he exercised enormous political influence, and was famously blamed for pushing public opinion with his yellow journalism type of reporting leading the United States into a war with Spain in His life story was the main inspiration for the development of the lead character in Orson Welles's film Citizen Kane.
Orson Welles film, Citizen Kane, is thought by many to be one of the greatest masterpieces of film ever made, and it's portrayal of Charles Foster Kane was so mirroring WR Hearst that there was no doubt in any mind what it was meant to represent. So much so, Hearst dedicated some considerable time and effort during the next 10 years in order to destroy Orson Welles' career, and prevent him fulfilling his obvious potential as one of the greatest directors of all time. In much of this, once more, Hearst succeeded.
Items from Hearst's collection rarely surface, as owners tend to keep hold of them for obvious reasons of historical posterity and provenance, and to be able to offer such a piece from that collection is a great privilege, and a rare opportunity for it's next fortunate owner. Some blades were locally made in the European style. The firangi sword characteristically had a straight blade of backsword form single edged. The blade often incorporated one, two, or three fullers grooves and had a spear-tip shaped point. The sword could be used to both cut and thrust. Examples with narrow rapier blades have survived, though in small numbers.
The hilt was of the type sometimes called the "Indian basket-hilt" and was identical to that of another Indian straight-bladed sword the khanda. The hilt afforded a substantial amount of protection for the hand and had a prominent spike projecting from the pommel which could be grasped, resulting in a two-handed capability for the sword. Like other contemporary Indian swords the hilt of the firangi was usually of iron and the tang of the blade was attached to the hilt using a very strong resin, additionally, the hilt to blade connection was reinforced by projections from the hilt onto either face of the forte of the blade which were riveted together though a hole passing through the blade.
Because of its length the firangi is usually regarded as primarily a cavalry weapon. Illustrations suggest a 16th-century date for the development of the sword, though early examples appear to have had simpler cross-guard hilts, similar to those of the talwar. The sword has been especially associated with the Marathas, who were famed for their cavalry. However, the firangi was widely used by the Mughals and those peoples who came under their rule, including Sikhs and Rajputs. Images of Mughal potentates holding firangis, or accompanied by retainers carrying their masters' firangis, suggest that the sword became a symbol of martial virtue and power.
Photographs of Indian officers of Hodson's Horse an irregular cavalry unit raised by the British show that the firangi was still in active use at the time of the Indian Mutiny in The khanda can generally be a double-edge but can be a single edged straight sword. It is often featured in religious iconography, theatre and art depicting the ancient history of India. Some communities venerate the weapon as a symbol of Shiva. It is a common weapon in the martial arts in the Indian subcontinent. Khanda often appears in Hindu, Buddhist and Sikh scriptures and art The word khanda has its origins in the Sanskrit meaning "to break, divide, cut, destroy". A fabulous original historical artifact ideal for the collector with an interest in the earliest period of America.
Printed in a 16th Century map of the Southern half of the United States and Mexico, including Florida and Texas] hand-coloured map depicting Mexico, Central America and some southern states of the USA, plate mm x mm, engraver's alterations visible on the Yucatan peninsula, mounted, framed and glazed. Girolamo Ruscelli s was an Italian polymath, humanist, editor, and cartographer active in Venice during the early 16th century. Ruscelli is best known for his important revision of Ptolemy's Geographia, which was published posthumously in It is generally assumed that Alexius Pedemontanus was a pseudonym of Girolamo Ruscelli.
A collection that was sold, and entered the collectors market and various museums, inwhich contained some Nuremberg and Augsberg 'black and white' morion helmets such as this. Morion is a type of open helmet used from the middle 16th to early 17th centuries, usually having a flat brim and a crest from front to back. Its introduction was contemporaneous with the exploration of North, Central, and South America. Explorers like Hernando de Soto and Coronado may have supplied them to their foot soldiers in the s. The iconic morion, though popularly identified with early Spanish explorers and conquistadors, was not in use as early as the conquest of Mexico by Hernan Cortez or Francisco Pizarro's conquest of the Incas in South America.
Thirty to forty years later, it was widely used by the Spanish, but also common among foot soldiers of many European nationalities, including the English; the first English morions were issued during the reign of Edward VI. The crest or comb on the top of the helmet was designed to strengthen it. Later versions also had cheek guards and even removable faceplates to protect the soldier from sword cuts. The morion's shape is derived from that of an older helmet, the Chapel de Fer, or "Kettle Hat. A somewhat similar example is in the Metropolitan Museum in New York accession number Thomas Cuninghame of the 45th Foot. One of three original family swords, owned and used in combat by the above, all with their own built in provenance, from the world renown British Army, serving in the 95th, 45th and the 79th Regiments.
All three were acquired, expertly conserved and just one, from the 45th Regt, is now awaiting final restoration. They were all acquired from a direct line family descendant of the same name, and they are all for sale separately. A super, antique and historical, officers combat sword of his ancestor, who fought with distinction in the Napoleonic Wars era. Each sword is engraved with the family name, crest, and motto. This sword, belonged to William Alexander, Cuninghame, who joined his regiment as a junior officer in Apriland served as an officer in the 95th regt. William Cuninghame Cuninghame, in the Crimean War. According to family record, W. Cuninghame while serving with his regiment was wounded in Guadaloupe inbut this may well have been earlyduring the British invasion to retake the island in Napoleon's Hundred Days period.
The Hundred Days war was so called after Napoleon returned from exile in Elba, reformed his army, declared war on the allies, and that culminated in the Battle of Waterloo in Belgium, Wellington's great victory and Napoleon's final defeat. The Pattern British Infantry Officers Sword was carried by officers of the line infantry in the British Army between and the time of its official replacement with the gothic hilted sword in This period encompassed the whole of the Napoleonic Wars. The sword was introduced by General Order inreplacing the previous Pattern.
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Edo period red lacquer fierce expression menpo, iron in the ressei style, finely embossed with wrinkles. Whiskers made of wild boar fur. An important and very expressive part of the armour is the face mask. Menpo or Mempo with yodare kake throat protector. A wo,en. ken [plates] Suji bachi, which is a multiple-plate type of Japanese helmet bowl with raised ridges or ribs showing where the 16 tate hagi-no-ita helmet plates come together at the five-stage tehen kanamono [finial], with the fukurin [metal edges] on each of the standing plates. The mabisashi [peak] lacquered and it has a four-tier lacquered iron hineno-jikoro [neck-guard] laced swinting dark blue.
Japanese helmets dating from the fifth century long before qomen. rise of the samurai class have been found in excavated tombs. Called mabizashi-tsuke kabuto visor-attached helmetthe style of these kuinmune came from China and Korea and they had a pronounced central ridge. The kabuto was an important part of the equipment of the samurai, and played a symbolic role as well, which may explain the Japanese expressions, sayings and codes Nude women in tiraspol to them. One example is Katte kabuto no o wome. shimeyo lit. This means don't lower your efforts after succeeding compare to "not to rest on one's laurels".
Also, kabuto o nugu lit. The kabuto was secured to the head by a chin cord called shinobi-no-o, which would usually be tied to posts or hooks on the mengu facial armour or simply tied under the chin. Kabuto are often adorned with crests called datemono or tatemono; the four types of decorations were the maedate frontal decorationwakidate side decorationskashiradate top decorationand ushirodate rear decoration. These can be family crests monor flat or sculptural objects representing animals, mythical entities, prayers or other symbols. Horns are particularly common, and many kabuto incorporate kuwagata, stylized deer horns.
A small opening in the top of the kabuto, called the tehen or hachimanza seat of the war god, Hachimanwas thought to be for passing the warrior's top knot through. Although this practice was largely abandoned after the Muromachi period, this opening may have been retained for purposes of ventilation or simply as an artifact of how the plates were riveted together. The tehen was usually decorated with tehen kanamono, which were rings of intricately worked, soft metal bands often resembling a chrysanthemum. Zunari kabuto and momonari kabuto were two helmet forms that did not usually have an opening at the top. A most impressive sabre, and very good indeed.
The very type of ordnance made and issued Hussar's and Lancer's trooper's sabre used by British Cavalry in the ill fated charge in the Crimean War against Russia. All steel three bar steel hilt, combat blade with leather covered wooden ribbed grip with original copper triple wire binding. Absolutely used at the time and used by all the serving cavalry troopers in the famous 'Charge'. In the Crimean Warthe Light Dragoons were in the forefront of the famous Charge of the Light Brigade, immortalized by Tennyson's poem of that name "Into the valley of death rode the six hundred".
The regiments adopted the title hussars at this time, and the uniform became very stylish, aping the hussars of the Austro-Hungarian army. But soon the blues and yellows and golds gave way to khaki as the British army found itself in skirmishes throughout the far-flung Empire, in India and South Africa especially. For example in the 13th Hussars regiment received its orders from the War Office to prepare for service overseas. After a troubled voyage, the regiment arrived at Varna, Bulgaria on the 2 June. On the 28 August the entire Light Brigade consisting of the 4th Light Dragoons and 13th Light Dragoons, 17th Lancers, the 8th Hussars and 11th Hussars, under the command of Major General the Earl of Cardigan were inspected by Lord Lucan; five men of the 13th had already succumbed to cholera.
On the 1 September the regiment embarked for the Crimea - a further three men dying en-route. On the 20 September the regiment, as part the Light Brigade, took part in the first major engagement of the Crimean War, the Battle of the Alma. With the Russians in full retreat by late afternoon, Lord Lucan ordered the Light Brigade to pursue the fleeing enemy. However, the brigade was recalled by Lord Raglan as the Russians had kept some 3, uncommitted cavalry in reserve. The 13th Light Dragoons formed the right of the front line. The 13th and 17th moved forward; after yards the 11th Hussars, in the second line, also moved off followed by the 4th and 8th.
It was not long before the brigade came under heavy Russian fire. Lord Cardigan, at the front of his men, charged into the Russian guns receiving a slight wound.
He was soon followed by the 13th and 17th. The two squadrons of the 13th and the right squadron of the 17th were soon cutting down the artillerymen that had remained at their posts. Once the Russian guns had been passed, they engaged in a hand-to-hand fighting with the enemy that was endeavoring to surround them by closing in on either flank. However, the Light Brigade having insufficient forces and suffering heavy casualties, were soon forced to retire. Louis Edward Nolan January 4 October 25who was a British Army officer of the Victorian era, an authority on cavalry tactics, and best known for his controversial role in launching the disastrous Charge of the Light Brigade during the Battle of Balaclava.
He was the first casualty of that engagement. Chequered rounded grip all steel mounts. A sound and effective personal manstopper protection pistol that was highly popular during the late Georgian to early Victorian era. London, like many cities around the world at that time, could be a most treacherous place at Crazy anal sex positions, and every gentleman, or indeed lady, would carry a pocket or overcoat pistol for close quarter personal protection or deterrence. As with all our antique guns no license is required as they are all unrestricted antique collectables Pistol. We believe this most fascinating Women who fuck in golfito interesting curiosity may have been created for an English gentleman fearful of the darkest foes in nature sometime after The cased set's man stopper bore percussion pistol has a good and tight working action, and fitted with a most useful belt hook.
The complete kit is comprising of; the side lock percussion belt pistol, a copper and brass powder flask, glass phial and stopper labelled, Holy Water, circular section rosewood case with screw cover, labelled, silver bullet case [without balls], tin circular box and cover, labelled, flowers of garlic powderedleather pouch containing a steel and flints [for lighting fires], steel silver-bullet mould Nude women in st. albert bullets though are, apparently, ideal for werewolves only], steel-mounted ebony stake, plated oil bottle, two mother-of-pearl mounted olivewood crucifixes, etc.
In some early references, these compendiums of secreted weapons, especially from this era, have often been referred to as Vampyre Protectors, and they are often documented as having, like this one Nude women. swinging in kunimune, a small container with a bottle containing Holy Water within. We feel the term of "Vampyre Protector" is simply part of folklore, a name gained when a weapon set such as this was allegedly used by a gentleman who may have travelled to the notorious region in Romania, and around the Carpathian mountains. Not of course by Bram Stoker's Romania visitor Jonathan Harker, as he was blissfully unaware of the Vampires existence at all. Although, it must be said, especially in the 19th century, the fears of Vampirism were, and still are, taken very seriously indeed throughout much of the isolated areas of Eastern Europe.
The Oxford English Dictionary dates the first appearance of the English word vampire as vampyre in English fromin a travelogue titled Travels of Three English Gentlemen published in The Harleian Miscellany in Vampires had already been discussed in French and German literature. After Austria gained control of northern Serbia and Oltenia with the Treaty of Passarowitz inofficials noted the local practice of exhuming bodies and "killing vampires". These reports, prepared between andreceived widespread publicity. The English term was derived possibly via French vampyre from the German Vampir, in turn derived in the early 18th century from the Serbian vampir when Arnold Paole, a purported vampire in Serbia was described during the time when Northern Serbia was part of the Austrian Empire.
It is thanks to authors such as John Polidori [in ] and Bram Stoker in that the legends of Vampires and Dracula continue throughout the world into the 21st century. Some few years ago the Royal Armouries acquired a somewhat similar cased, pistol, stake, crucifix and accessories etc. Bram Stoker created the most famous Vampire of all, Dracula based on the reputation and lore of Vlad Dracul The Impaler The reality of vampires was firmly believed in by the doctors and scientific pioneers of years ago. Dr Groom, Professor of English at Exeter University, said vampires were considered real in the s and early in the s serious scientists in London were producing widely-read papers discussing their behaviour.
Dracula has been assigned to many literary genres including vampire literature, horror fiction, the gothic novel and invasion literature. Although Stoker did not invent the vampire, he defined its modern form, and the novel has spawned numerous theatrical, film and television interpretations. As with all our antique guns no licence is required as they are all unrestricted antique collectables. Single edged blade made by Horster of Solingen. Carried by the Swiss Infantry sharpshooters. Steel head bound to the head with traditional cowhide. The impi, in its Shakan form, is best known among Western readers from the Anglo-Zulu War ofparticularly the famous Zulu victory at Isandhlwana, but its development was over 60 years in coming before that great clash.
To understand the full scope of the impi's performance in battle, military historians of the Zulu typically look to its early operations against internal African enemies, not merely the British interlude. In terms of numbers, the operations of the impi would change- from the Western equivalent of small company and battalion size forces, to manoeuvres in Nude women. swinging in kunimune strength Bbw party salt in ventspils between 10, and 40, men.
The victory won by Zulu king Cetawasyo at Ndondakusuka, for example, two decades before the British invasion involved a deployment of 30, troops. These were sizeable formations in regional context but represented the bulk of prime Zulu fighting strength. Following Lord Carnarvon's successful introduction of federation in Canada, it was thought that similar political effort, coupled with military campaigns, might succeed with the African kingdoms, tribal areas and Boer republics in South Africa. Among the obstacles were the presence of the independent states of the South African Republic and the Kingdom of Zululand and its army.
Frere, on his own initiative, without the approval of the British government and with the intent of instigating a war with the Zulu, had presented an ultimatum on 11 Decemberto the Zulu king Cetshwayo with which the Zulu king could not comply. Bartle Frere then sent Lord Chelmsford to invade Zululand after this ultimatum was not met. The war is notable for several particularly bloody battles, including an opening victory of the Zulu at the Battle of Isandlwana, followed by the defeat of a large Zulu army at Rorke's Drift by a small force of British troops.
The war eventually resulted in a British victory and the end of the Zulu nation's dominance of the region. Mortimer, Brass Lockplate Finest walnut stock, all brass mounting furniture with acorn trigger guard superbly engraved with bow quiver and arrows, his deluxe and rarely seen brass flint action lockplate. The brass lockplate bears his name, Mortimer, engraved on the face, and his personal proof, of a Crown surmounting HW is struck between the regular two barrel proofs on the top of the brass barrel, with the address London engraved.
Barrel affixed with two slides and bears two ramrod pipes. Very finely engraved bow quiver and arrows to the brass buttplate, and a stands of arms to the equally finely engraved sideplate. Mortimer is one of the great names in English gunmaking and was appointed 'Gunmaker to the King' from ; Harvey Walklate Mortimer, son of Samuel Mortimer, was born in He was apprenticed to his father in ; he became free of the Farriers Co. Contractor to East India Co. Specialised in repeating pistols and gold mounted guns for the Eastern market. He made gold-mounted firearms set with diamonds for the U. Government as a present for Bey of Tunis, in The company became H.
He died in Mortimer bore a Royal Warrant having supplied weapons to the Royal family and was well known for supplying weapons to The Royal Mail Coaches. Probably the best known and one of the most revered gun makers of the period. The Blunderbuss born of the Dutch word "Donderbus", appropriately meaning "Thunder Pipe" or "Thunder Gun" came to prominence in the early part of the 18th Century and was more akin to the modern day shotgun than a "long gun" musket or heavy pistol of the time. As such, she excelled in close-in fighting, be it within the confines of naval warfare or walled nature of the urban environment, where her spread of shot could inflict maximum damage to targets at close ranges.
Its manageable size, coupled with its spread shot, ensured some level of accuracy for even the novice user and its appearance was rather intimidating to those unfortunate enough to be staring down the business end. As with modern firearms, the Blunderbuss also made for an excellent security-minded weapon and soon found popularity amongst all matter of operators - military, civilian and, of course, criminal parties - by the middle of the s. Even George Washington championed the Blunderbuss for Continental Army "Dragoon" units of the burgeoning American military as opposed to the carbine this being nothing more than a full-featured long gun of lesser overall length, proving suitable for horse-mounted handling.
As with all our antique guns no license is required as they are all unrestricted antique collectables. The battle took place on 23 June at Palashi, West Bengal, on the riverbanks of the Bhagirathi River, about km north of Calcutta, near Murshidabad, then the capital of the Nawab of Bengal. Overall russet finish with feint traces of gold decoration on the slightly loose hilt. Small picture in the gallery shows Robert Clive after the victory at Plassey. Very good tight actions to both. The locks were transform silex almost two hundred years ago, which is an upgrade system to convert the actions to percussion, in order to ensure their working life by an additional forty years or so.
Locks engraved Cour Royal with feint makers name beneath. Barrels bear superb gun barrel makers proof stamps. It pitted the colonies of British America against those of New France. Both sides were supported by military units from their parent countries of Great Britain and France, as well as by American Indian allies. At the start of the war, the French North American colonies had a population of roughly 60, settlers, compared with 2 million in the British North American colonies. The outnumbered French particularly depended on the Indians. The European nations declared war on one another in following months of localized conflict, escalating the war from a regional affair into an intercontinental conflict.
It refers to the two main enemies of the British colonists: Fighting took place primarily along the frontiers between New France and the British colonies, from Virginia in the south to Newfoundland in the north. It began with a dispute over control of the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers called the Forks of the Ohio, and the site of the French Fort Duquesne within present-day Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The dispute erupted into violence in the Battle of Jumonville Glen in Mayduring which Virginia militiamen under the command of year-old George Washington ambushed a French patrol. Insix colonial governors in North America met with General Edward Braddock, the newly arrived British Army commander, and planned a four-way attack on the French.
None succeeded, and the main effort by Braddock proved a disaster; he lost the Battle of the Monongahela on July 9, and died a few days later. The Acadians were expelled, both those captured in arms and those who had sworn the loyalty oath to His Britannic Majesty. Indians likewise were driven off the land to make way for settlers from New England. The British colonial government fell in the region of modern Nova Scotia after several disastrous campaigns inincluding a failed expedition against Louisbourg and the Siege of Fort William Henry; this last was followed by Indians torturing and massacring their British victims.
William Pitt came to power and significantly increased British military resources in the colonies at a time when France was unwilling to risk large convoys to aid the limited forces that they had in New France, preferring to concentrate their forces against Prussia and its allies in the European theater of the war. Between andthe British military launched a campaign to capture the Colony of Canada part of New France. They succeeded in capturing territory in surrounding colonies and ultimately the city of Quebec The outcome was one of the most significant developments in a century of Anglo-French conflict.
France ceded to Great Britain its territory east of the Mississippi. Spain had ceded Florida to Britain in exchange for the return of Havana, Cuba. France's colonial presence north of the Caribbean was reduced to the islands of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, confirming Great Britain's position as the dominant colonial power in eastern North America. Higo iron mounts with pure gold decoration, Higo tsuba with gold, decorated with two figures, one with a yari polearm another with a basket, one standing one seated, both with silver faces and hands. Black kuro kanshitsu ishime nuri and koiguchi saya, that looks stunning.
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