Culloden House Antiques
Proprietor: Robert Docherty - Antique Arms, Armour, & Historical Objects

 

 

 

 

 

 


Edged Weapons


Culloden House Antiques
Vancouver, British Columbia,
Canada V6J 5M4

Robert J. Docherty


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Scottish Troop Horse Grenadiers Sword





A very Rare Second (Scots) Troop Horse Grenadier's Sword. C. 1750. 34" single-edge blade stamped on both sides with a fleur-de-lis. The guard is made by connecting the two side plates and knuckle guard by two series of three narrow, wavy bars. The side plate on the right side is wider for additional protection to the hand. Ovoid pommel and capstan crown the hilt shagreen covered grip with top and bottom turks heads, brass wire wrap. (mostly gone) Battle honors include: Battle of Fontenoy and Battle of Dettingen where they guarded King George II on the field during the Continental 7 years war. Note: From the Morier paintings, we are able to assign use of this hilt to "The second Scots Troop Horse Grenadiers

$ 5,250.00

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$ 2,000.00



Tulwar Hilted Indian Kukri





A Tulwar Hilted Indian Kukri with 17' carved blade depicting warriors and floral work borders, iron hilt with disc pommel and dragon head side guard. Early 19th century.

$ 795.00

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$ 300.00











A Scottish Generals Basket Hilted Broad Sword:




Very Rare and Desirable Scottish Colonels/ Generals Officers Basket Hilted Broad Sword with Gold guilt Basket hilt, 85% gold guilding remaining. Comprising connecting junction pannels pierced with hearts and circles and cut with scalloped edges, fluted domed pommel, with it's original crimson and buff leather liner, shark skin wire wrapped grip 33" double fullered blade (un-marked) basket has a good working life repair C. 1790-1810

NOTE: For a similar hilt signed "MACLEOD" see catalogue "Scottish Sword and Shield 1994 from Earlshall Castle collection"


$9,500.00

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$ 4,000.00



North Amarican Indian Beaver Tail Dag Knife:




A Very Rare North American Indian Beaver Tail Dag with 7.5" broad blade, wood beaver tail grip, fixed with six bronze studs and pierced with numerous holes around the perimeter of the grips ( blade heavily corroded and shows its age well) a completely untouched piece late 18th early 19th C. 14.5" overall length.
Note: Most of these type of knives were manufactured in Sheffield England for the Hudson's Bay company.

$7,500.00

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$ 2,000.00






 

Rondell Dagger




Rondell dagger late 15th Century


$ 15,000.00

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$ 7,000.00