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Waddingtons.ca MAPS, MILITARIA AND ARMS ONLINE AUCTION

SPECIALIST:

Starts: Monday 13 October 2014 at 9:00 am Ends: Thursday 16 October 2014 at 2:00 pm

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401 GERMAN COMBINATION WHEEL-LOCK MATCH-LOCK PISTOL, 16/17TH CENTURY

402 PAIR OF CONTINENTAL ARMOUR VAMBRACES, 15TH/16TH CENTURY

with octagonal barrel with round tip in walnut full stock with scrimshaw stag horn inlay including figures, sea monster and snail, octagonal pear shaped pommel, the ornately cut decorated lock with external wheel and impressed maker’s mark, horn tipped ram-rod and monogram WG in armorial shield to trigger guard, length 27.75” — 70.5 cm.

each cuff of three plate articulated construction with two buckles and raised boss over the ulna, each length 6.75” — 17.1 cm.

403 GERMAN HALBERD, C.1580 with 17 inch spike of diamond section to pierced crescent axe blade and fluke on octagonal wooden haft, length 90” — 228.6 cm.

404 ITALIAN STILETTO DAGGER, 15TH/16TH CENTURY in excavated condition, the 6.25 inch blade of diamond section to ‘S’ shaped quillon and lobed ivory grip, length 9.5” — 24.1 cm.

$500—700 $75—150

$200—300

$800—1,200

405 VERY FINE ITALIAN HORN MOUNTED ARMOUR PIERCING DAGGER, 18TH CENTURY the stout 8 inch engraved blade pierce inset with steel ‘drill twists’ and turned brass discs, the fluted horn grip in alternating dark and light layered sections, in brass tipped wooden scabbard, height 13” — 33 cm. $300—400

406 GERMAN RENAISSANCE STYLE ESTOC, 19TH/20TH CENTURY the 44 inch blade of diamond section to turned quillons and two handed wire wrapped grip with ‘T’ pommel, length 54.5” — 138.4 cm.

407 VICTORIAN FULL SUIT OF ARMOUR AND SHIELD IN THE LATE 15TH CENTURY MANNER, 19TH CENTURY ornately acid etch engraved all over with armourials, phoenixes and dragons amongst scrolling foliage, height 70” — 177.8 cm.

$200—300 $800—1,200

408 SIR GUY FRANCIS LAKING A RECORD OF EUROPEAN ARMOUR AND ARMS THROUGH SEVEN CENTURIES, 1920 five volumes published by G. Bell and Sons, Ltd., London, together with a supplementary volume: A Record of Armour Sales, 1881-1924, by Francis Henry Cripps-Day, Id., 1925, all linen boards, and gilt leather titles to spines $200—300


409 ROYAL CANADIAN DRAGOONS CAVALRY BRASS 1871 PATTERN ‘ALBERT’ HELMET, MID 20TH CENTURY with horse hair plume and wisk, height 15” — 38.1 cm. $200—300

410 ROYAL BERKSHIRE YEOMANRY CAVALRY OFFICER’S 1871 PATTERN ‘ALBERT’ HELMET, MID 19TH CENTURY in tole case with original linen cover, additional chin strap and white horse tail plume, helmet height 15” — 36.2 cm.

411 CANADIAN GOVERNOR GENERAL’S BODYGUARD 1871 PATTERN CAVALRY “ALBERT’ HELMET, C.1900 nickel plated with gilt brass mounts and horse tail plume, badge with crowned garter with central maple leaf over motto: Nulli Secundus

412 FRENCH THRID REPUBLIC MODEL 1872 DRAGOON’S HELMET, 19TH CENTURY of standard pattern with lacquered steel skull, pressed brass and horsehair Medusa crest, frontplate with grenade and laurel branches $200—300

$300—400 $500—700

413 FRENCH THIRD REPUBLIC MODEL 1872 CUIRASSIER’S HELMET, 19TH CENTURY of standard pattern with polished steel skull, pressed brass and horsehair Medusa crest with marmouset, frontplate with grenade and laurel branches and with brass scaled chin strap $400—600

414 MONTREAL TAKEN, CONQUEST OF CANADA COMPLETED COPPER MEDAL, 1760

415 MATHEW BOULTON’S SILVERED BRONZE TRAFALGAR MEDAL, 19TH CENTURY

obverse: the Saint Lawrence River at rest under laureate triumph to Amherst, with beaver, French arms in exergue. Reverse: captive Montreal under pine with eagle and French armorial trophy, diameter 15.7” — 40 cm.

in double glazed hinged ‘watch’ case, diameter 2” — 5.1 cm.

Note: Commemorating the victory of the British over the French and their native allies in the North American theatre of the Seven Years’ War (The French and Indian War); specifically, the fall of Montreal in September of 1760. The outcome of this was one of the most significant developments in a century of Anglo-French conflict: the ‘Conquest of Canada’ and further expansion of the British Empire. $600—800

416 ALEXANDER DAVISON’S GILT BRONZE VICTORY OF THE NILE MEDAL, 1798 engraved verso with royal cypher GR, diameter 1.9” — 4.7 cm. $200—300

$300—400


417 ALEXANDER DAVISON’S SILVER VICTORY OF NILE MEDAL, 1798

418 NAMED ALEXANDER DAVISON’S SILVER VICTORY OF THE NILE MEDAL, 1798

set in glazed bezel with hanging bale, diameter 2.2” — 4.7 cm.

engraved to (Lieutenant) William Wilkinson of the Goliath, set in glazed bezel with hanging bale, diameter 1.9” — 4.7 cm.

$200—300

Note: Lt. Wilkinson is mentioned as wounded in a dispatch from Horatio Nelson dated 3rd August, 1798.

419 NAMED ALEXANDER DAVISON’S VICTORY OF THE NILE GILT BRONZE MEDAL, 1798 to midshipman Robert Smith, H.M.S. Defence, 1798, in glazed case with book: Nelson, by Roy Hattersley $200—300

420 NAPOLEON BONAPARTE I (1769-1821) letter with Republican date ‘20 Pluviose an XII’ (10 February, 1804), signed with initial ‘B’, framed with portrait, sight 7.5” x 7” — 19.1 x 17.8 cm.; 17.5” x 21.75” — 44.5 x 55.2 cm. $100—200

$800—1,200

421 NAPOLEON BONAPARTE I (1769-1821) printed document dated ‘2nd Brumaire de la quatrième de République’ (October 24, 1795), accepting the resignation of an officer of the Gendarmerie, signed ‘Buonaparte’, 12.75” x 8.3” — 32.4 x 21.1 cm. $100—200

422 GENERAL DOMINIQUEJOSEPH RENÉ VANDAMME, COUNT OF UNSEBURG (17701830) letter dated at Boulogne, 30 Mai, 1810, signed ‘D: Vandamme’, framed with portrait, sight 8.75” x 7.25” — 22.2 x 18.4 cm.; 16” x 21” — 40.6 x 53.3 cm.

423 ARTHUR WELLESLEY, 1ST DUKE OF WELLINGTON (1769-1852)

424 RUSSIAN NICHOLAS II NAVAL OFFICER’S DIRK, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

letter of thanks dated at London, April 29, 1841, to Martin Archer Shee, president of the Royal Acadamy, signed ‘Your Faithful Servant Wellington’, framed, sheet 7” x 4.5” — 17.8 x 11.4 cm.; 16.5” x 14” — 41.9 x 35.6 cm.

model 1914, the 11.5 inch fullered blade of diamond section to brass hilt with ‘S’ quillon, ivory grip and pommel bearing crowned Imperial cypher, in brass mounted leather scabbard, length 16.5” — 41.9 cm. $800—1,200

$100—200 $200—300


425 GEORGE VI 1891 PATTERN MIDSHIPMAN’S DIRK, 1936 the gilt metal hilt with lion head pommel faux ray skin grip, acorn quillons and knot to 17 inch acid etch decorated blade with royal cypher signed Gieves in monogrammed brass mounted locking leather scabbard, length 23.5” — 59.7 cm. $150—250

426 BRITISH 1827 PATTERN NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD, 2ND HALF, 19TH CENTURY

427 BRITISH 1827 PATTERN NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD, 2ND HALF, 19TH CENTURY

serial 40129, the gothic gilt metal hilt with lion head pommel and wire wrapped ray skin grip and knot to 31.5 inch acid etch decorated fullered blade signed Henry Wilkinson, Pall Mall, London, in brass mounted locking leather scabbard, length 38.25” — 97.2 cm.

the gothic gilt metal hilt with lion head pommel, wire wrapped ray skin grip, knot and folding inner guard to 31 inch acid etch decorated fullered blade signed H.A. Johnson, Edward St. Sheerness, in brass mounted locking leather scabbard, height 37” — 94 cm.

$250—350

$250—350

428 NAMED ENGLISH 1796 PATTERN LIGHT CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD, 18TH CENTURY the 32 inch fullered blade signed J. J. Runkel, Solingen, half blued with engraved and gilt George III cypher and royal coat of arms, to stirrup hilt with wire wrapped leather covered wooden grip and steel scabbard engraved to Colonel Henderson, chip to wooden grip, height 38.5” — 97.8 cm. $300—400

429 U. S. MODEL 1860 STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD, SPRINGFIELD ARMORY, MASS., C.1860

430 SPANISH MODEL 1907/8 ‘PUERTO SEGURO’ CAVALRY TROOPER’S SABRE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

the 31 inch narrow blade of diamond section, signed in the ricasso and with military tropies to both sides on a gilt brass hilt with further trophies and wire bound shagreen grip, in a gilt brass mounted nickel plated scabbard with impressed inspectors initials S.W.P. to chape, and original gilt thread knot, length 39.25” — 99.7 cm.

numbered 18878, with mark Artilleria fra Nacional, the bowl guard bearing emblem of the cavalry forces of the Spanish army, length 42.75” — 108.6 cm.

$200—300

$150—250

431 SINGLE SHOT POCKET PERCUSSION KNIFE PISTOL, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

432 ENGLISH FLINTLOCK POCKET PISTOL, LATE 18TH CENTURY

the brass 3.5 inch barrel over folding knife with walnut sides and grip, diameter 5.5” — 14 cm.

signed Joseph Limolle, Laine with silver wire inlaid ebony grip, 2 inch octagonal to round barrel with screwon tip, overall length 5.5” — 14 cm.

$100—200 $200—300


433 GERMAN FOUR SHOT REFORM PISTOL, AUGUST SCHULER, SUHL, C.1910

434 FINE BELGIAN PERCUSSION CAP TARGET PISTOL BY S. J. BOVY, C.1840

wtih stacked 6.35 caliber barrels, serial no. 177025, signed on the breech, with eagle decoration and walnut grip, diameter 5.5” — 14 cm.

with 8.5 inch slightly tapered octagonal twist Damascus steel barrel numbered ‘2’ and damascened inscription ‘Canon Damas D’acier Fin’, and proof mark encircled ELG, in 1/2 length carved walnut stock with lion mask end, crosshatch grip an anthemion butt, damascened and engraved butt cap, lock, tang and dolphin form hammer, overall height 14” — 35.6 cm.

$300—400

435 BELGIAN BRASS BARRELLED PERCUSSION BLUNDERBUSS COACHMAN’S GUN, 19TH CENTURY the ringed flaring barrel in walnut three quarter stock with rocaille engraved lock and trigger guard, butt with shell capped patch box, ELG proof mark

436 BELGIAN DOUBLE BARREL PERCUSSION CAP PISTOL, EARLY 19TH CENTURY the over and under proof marked engraved 5 inch barrels with ogee turned tips, double hammers and triggers on plain walnut grip, overall length 11.25” — 28.6 cm. $200—300

$200—300

$1,500—2,500

437 BELGIAN LE FAUCHEUX PINFIRE POCKET REVOLVER, 19TH CENTURY

438 ALLEN & WHEELOCK SINGLE SHOT POCKET PERCUSSION CAP PISTOL, 1845

439 J. M. MARLIN MODEL 1878 POCKET REVOLVER, LAST QUARTER, 19TH CENTURY

the 2.5 inch signed barrel with blued six shot cylinder and case hardened frame with articulated collapsing trigger and shaped walnut grip, ELG proof mark, length 6.25” — 15.9 cm.

the bar hammer with patent date April 16, 1845, screw-off octagonal to round 3.5 inch signed barrel numbered 403, with walnut grip, overall length 7” — 17.8 cm.

.38 caliber, serial no. 4498 to butt, signed left side of tip up barrel with patent date July 1, 1878, spur trigger, with monogrammed, crosshatched hard rubber grips, overall length 7.75” — 19.7 cm.

$100—200

$150—250 $200—300

440 EARLY J. M. COOPER FIRE ARMS 1ST MODEL 1864 5SHOT NAVY REVOLVER, C. 1864 .31 caliber, serial no. 3110 to butt, frame and plain cylinder, signed with 5 patent dates to top of octagonal 4 inch barrel, with walnut grips, overall length 9” — 22.9 cm. $400—600


441 REMINGTON MODEL 1861 ARMY REVOLVER, 2ND HALF, 19TH CENTURY .44 caliber, serial 13103, Patented Dec. 17, 1861, Manufactured by Remington’s, Ilion, N.Y. to top of octagonal 8 inch barrel, cylinder stamped BSS3105, with brass trigger guard, walnut grips and satin steel finish, overall length 13.5” — 34.3 cm.

442 COLT LONDON MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER, 1852 in excavated condition, .36 calliber, serial no. 10317, blued scroll etched cylindar, frame impressed NC, walnut grips, length 13” — 33 cm. $300—400

443 COLT MODEL 1892 NEW ARMY & NAVY REVOLVER, 1898

444 COLT MODEL 1849 PERCUSSION POCKET REVOLVER, 1865

serial 114313, double action .38 caliber, cross hatched hard rubber grips with logo, plum-brown/blue finish, 4.5 inch barrel, overall length 10” — 25.4 cm.

serial number 277776, .31 caliber, the 4 inch barrel with one line NY address, brass frame and one piece walnut grip, length 9” — 22.9 cm. $300—400

$200—300

$300—400

445 COLUMBUS FIRE ARMS MANUF. CO. COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY TYPE CONFEDERATE REVOLVER, 1863-4 .36 calibre, singed on the 6-shot round cylindar, fully numbered 55 with 7.5 inch octagonal/round barrel marked Columbus, GA, one piece walnut grip, length 13” — 33 cm. $8,000—12,000

446 AFRICAN BILLHOOK, ZIMBABWE OR ZAMBIA, 19TH CENTURY OR EARLIER

447 SUDANESE KASKARA SWORD, LATE 19TH CENTURY

the 11.5 inch forged iron blade to copper and brass wrapped hardwood haft, height 46” — 116.8 cm.

the two sided hollow ground blade with prayer inscription and celestial motifs, with cruciform hilt in tooled leather scabbard and belt with wrapped cords, length 38.75” — 98.4 cm.

Note: For a similar example in The British Museum, visit: http://www.britishmuseum.org/resear ch/collection_online/collection_object_ details.aspx?objectId=592592&partId =1

Provenance: Property from the collection of Professor David Carlisle, University of Khartoum, Sudan

$300—400 Note: By tradition, used at the Battle of Omdurman, 1898.

$200—300

448 MOROCCAN GOLD DAMASCENED AND ENAMELLED NIMCHA SWORD, C.1890 the slightly curved triple fullered decorated blade to double edged tip, the hilt of typical form with double quillons, horn grip with a green velvet covered wood scabbard having polychrome decorated nickle silver mounts, length 42” — 106.7 cm. $500—700


449 MOROCCAN SILVER AND BRASS POWER FLASK AND A JAMBIYA, 19TH CENTURY the bottle flask with repoussé design, the knife with engraved pattern, flask height 6.3” — 16 cm. $100—200

450 MOROCCAN SILVER MOUNTED AND BONE INLAID ALTIT SNAPHAUNCE LONG GUN, 1776

451 MOROCCAN ABALONE AND BRASS INLAID BONE JAMBIYA , MID 20TH CENTURY

the 47 inch octagonal to round barrel in full stock with iron reinforced bone plated butt, engraved and poiychromed decoration and Hijri calendar year 1189, length 62.25” — 158.1 cm.

in repoussé brass scabbard, length 16” — 40.6 cm. $200—300

452 TURKISH MIQUELET-LOCK RIFLE, 1832 the 39 inch octagonal to round barrel in stock extensively inlaid with engraved and red filled abalone and brass wire, with Hijri calendar year 1248, length 54” — 137.2 cm. $500—700

$200—300

453 QAJAR SILVER DAMASCENED STEEL PROCESSIONAL BATTLE AXE, 19TH CENTURY OR EARLIER the tabar with inlaid serpentine blade similarly decorated shaft having pyramidal finial and knob terminal, length 28.25” — 71.8 cm. $150—250

454 ARABIAN JAMBIYA DAGGER, 19TH CENTURY with horn grip, in brass clad wooden sheath, length 18.25” — 46.4 cm. $50—75

455 CAUCASIAN NICKEL KINDJHAL, MID 20TH CENTURY the grip and scabbard with applied and wrapped rope-twist wire decoration, length 18.25” — 46.4 cm.

456 THAI HALBERD POLEARM, 19TH CENTURY the 37 inch curved fullered blade with engraved decoration to leaf shaped guard, ribbed ferrule and floret rivet to wooden haft to iron pointed tip, height 74” — 188 cm.

$75—150 $500—700


457 JAPANESE WAKIZASHI, 19TH CENTURY

458 INDIAN KUKRI, 19TH CENTURY

the 19 inch sword blade with 4 character signed blade in wrapped ray skin grip and with decorated black lacquer saya (scabbard), length 26.5” — 67.3 cm.

with foliate engraved decoration overall, the blade with parade elephants to one side and tiger devouring bull to other, length 23” — 58.4 cm.

in excavated condition, the crescent blade with traces of cross hatch pattern and pyramidal war hammer, length 8.75” — 22.2 cm.

$200—300

$75—150

$100—200

461 TWO INDO-PERSIAN PROCESSIONAL BATTLE AXES, 19TH CENTURY OR EARLIER

462 INDO-PERSIAN PROCESSIONAL BATTLE AXE, 19TH/20TH CENTURY

463 NORTH INDIAN MACE, 17TH/18TH CENTURY

each tabar of all steel construction, longer length 30.25” — 76.8 cm.

459 INDO-PERSIAN TABAR ZIN SADDLE AXE HEAD, 17TH/18TH CENTURY

the tabar with watered steel shaft to double crescent head with central horned finial, length 27.25” — 69.2 cm.

probably Madras (Chennai), with Khanda type basket hilt to octagonal tapering shaft and head with eight shaped flanges, length 28.5” — 72.4 cm.

$150—250

$300—500

$150—250

460 INDO-PERSIAN TULWAR SWORD, 19TH CENTURY the 27 inch curved fullered blade to silvered iron grip $200—300

464 INDIAN GOLD DAMASCENED KATAR PUSH DAGGER, 18TH CENTURY the herringbone patterned 6.5 inch ribbed steel blade on gilt decorated forged iron double cross bar grip , with green and red velvet covered wooden scabbard, length 15.25” — 38.7 cm. $300—400


465 MISCELLANEOUS GROUP OF SIX BAYONETS, 20TH CENTURY including a Canadain C1 bayonet, two Italian Carcano M1938 folding bayonets, two Italian M1891 bayonets, and a Swedish M1896 bayonet, longest length 17.25” — 43.8 cm.

466 TWO ARGENTINE MODEL 1891 MAUSER SWORD BAYONETS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

467 FOUR SWEDISH 1914 PATTERN CARBINE BAYONETS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

each with maker’s mark for Weyersburg Kirschbaum & Co Solingen, hook quillion and scabbard, length 21.3” — 54 cm.

two with maker’s marks for Eskiltuna Jernmanufaktur, two for Carl Gustaf Stads gevärsfaktori, length 19.1” — 48.5 cm.

$100—200

$200—300

468 MISCELLANEOUS GROUP OF TEN BAYONETS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY including British M1907 bayonet, US M4 Imperial knife bayonet, a German M1905 bayonet, a German M1871 bayonet, a German dress sword bayonet, two spike bayonets and three others, longest length 29” — 73.7 cm.

$200—300 $200—300

469 MISCELLANEOUS GROUP OF SIX BAYONET SCABBARDS, 20TH CENTURY including four Argentine M1891, a British M1907 and another, longest length 17.75” — 45.1 cm. $100—200

470 WWII GERMAN OFFICER’S SWORD, MID 20TH CENTURY the 32 inch slightly curved fullered blade on brass hilt with wire wrapped lacquered grip, and with black lacquered scabbard, makers mark to quillon: E. & F. Horster, (Solingen), length 39.25” — 99.7 cm. $200—300

471 WWII NAZI SS FELDGENDARMERIE MILITARY POLICE GORGET, MID 20TH CENTURY together with gilt metal Nazi eagle emblem, width 6.5” — 16.5 cm.

472 CASED MODEL OF A WWII NAZI BATTLESHIP, MID 20TH CENTURY 5.5” x 16.5” x 3.75” — 14 x 41.9 x 9.5 cm. $75—150

$100—200


473 GERMAN NAZI THIRD REICH LINEN REICHSKRIEGS FLAG, MID 20TH CENTURY

474 WINSTON CHURCHILL: GIVE US THE TOOLS AND WE WILL FINISH THE JOB, C.1941

475 CHARLES F. HORNE, PH.D. THE SOURCE RECORDS OF THE GREAT WAR, 1923

28” x 52” — 71.1 x 132.1 cm.

three 78 rpm record album recording of the February 9, 1941 radio broadcast, 12.5” x 14” — 31.8 x 35.6 cm.

7 volumes published by National Alumni, in cloth boards with gilt top edge, 9.5” x 6.75” — 24.1 x 17.1 cm.

$100—200

$200—300 $75—150

476 GROUP OF NINE SILVER ALBUMIN PRINT PHOTOGRAPHS RELATING TO WWI, CANADIAN FORCES AND VIMY RIDGE, 1917-18 each laid on titled card: ‘Canadian Horse Artillery preparing their guns for action on top of the Ridge’ and ‘Canadian Artillery Men firing a captured German gun: Vimy Ridge, 3rd May, 1917’, etc., each approx. 5.25” x 6.25” — 13.3 x 15.9 cm. $300—500

477 PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPH, THE MARCH TO THE BATTLEFIELD, CANADA’S MEN ON THE WAY, 1914-1915 with portraits of Field Marshals Earl Kitchener and Sir John French, by The Panoramic Camera Co, Toronto, gitlwood frame, Tear to photograph, centre right, 19” x 47” — 48.3 x 119.4 cm. Provenance: Property from the Estate of Joel Walken Aldred, D. F. C. $100—200

478 WWI PANORAMA PHOTOGRAPH OF 3RD CANADIAN DIVISION CROSSING THE SQUARE OF CAMBRAI, FRANCE ON OCTOBER 9, 1918 gelatin silver print, framed, print 7.5” x 29.5” — 19.1 x 74.9 cm. $75—150

479 LESLIE J. TREVOR (FL.19281945) CANADIAN WWII PROPOGANDA POSTER: ‘L’ARTILLERIE DU FRONT INDUSTRIEL, CHACUN À SON POSTE’, 1941

480 LESLIE J. TREVOR (FL.19281945) CANADIAN WWII PROPOGANDA POSTER: BIG GUNS OF THE HOME FRONT: ACTION STATIONS EVERYONE, 1941

lithographed French-Canadian version of WWII propaganda poster: Big Guns of the Home Front: Action Stations Everyone, issued by The Director of Public Information Under Authority of Hon. J. T. Thorson, Minister of National War Services, Ottawa, 30” x 20” — 76.2 x 50.8 cm.

lithographed WWII propaganda poster ‘Issued by The Director of Public Information Under Authority of Hon. J. T. Thorson, Minister of National War Services, Ottawa’ , 30” x 20” — 76.2 x 50.8 cm.

$100—200

$100—200


481 W. BEINLICH (FL. MID 20TH CENTURY) JUNKERS J52 AIRCRAFT OVER PANZER I TANKS, 1938

482 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL PAINTING OF AN AIR BATTLE TITLED ‘BATTLE OF BRITAIN, 1942

oil on canvas painting of four Nazi planes over landscape including tanks, signed lower right and dated, contemporary frame, 23.75” x 17.75” — 60.3 x 45.1 cm.

oil on linoleum, signed lower right ‘Paddy & Punch’ and dated, framed with copper plaque repoussé monogrammed K.G., overall 13.75” x 22.25” — 34.9 x 56.5 cm.

$300—400

$100—200

483 MISCELLANEOUS GROUP OF WWII RELATED ITEMS, MID 20TH CENTURY including a Mark 1 Brodie helmet with camouflage netting, a pair of Bausch and Lomb Canadian Army issue field glasses (binoculars), a Sanderson 1907 pattern bayonet and sheath, a third pattern Fairbairn–Sykes fighting knife and sheath, an MK III marching compass, dressing kits and documents, bayonet length 23” — 58.4 cm.

484 WWII ‘TRENCH ART’ ARTILLERY SHELL CASING ASHTRAY WITH CIGARETTE LIGHTER, C.1945 height 7.75” — 19.7 cm. $75—150

$100—200

485 GROUP OF FIVE WWI ‘TRENCH ART’ ITEMS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

486 CANADIAN MILITIA SNIDER ENFIELD MARK II ** RIFLE, 1862

487 LEE ENFIELD NO. 1 MK III BOLT ACTION RIFLE AND P1907 BAYONET, 1915

including a model of a bazooka, a lighter, a small triple vase, an ‘Ypres’ crucifix, and a Magdeburg shell casing British army peaked cap dated Jan. 1917, cross height 7.75” — 19.7 cm.

the 35.5 inch barrel with hinged alidade sight, the lock plate with crowned VR cypher, 1862, ENFIELD and crowned broad arrow, chained safety collar,walnut full stock with brass ferule, trigger guard and butt plate, the butt stamped in a circle RM Enfield WD over 1 and DC (Dominion of Canada) and regimental marks, with one steel sling swivel and steel ramrod, length 54.25” — 137.8 cm.

with maker’s mark for Birmingham Small Arms, Yorkshire & Lancanshire Regiment marked disc and short magazine, deactivated (certificate), and with cleaning kit, length 62.5” — 158.8 cm.

$200—300

$200—300

488 THREE CANADIAN WWII FRAMED MEMORIAL GROUPS, MID 20TH CENTURY 1) to Private Reginald Cavell Brooks, Royal Canadian Ordinance Corps. Volunteer Service Medal, France & Germany Star, 1939-45 Star, Defence Medal and 1939-45 War medal 2) to Gdsm. William John Thompson, Canadian Armoured Corps. Volunteer Service Medal, France and Germany Star, 1939-45 Star, 1939-45 War Medal and Defence Medal

$300—400 3) to Rifleman William Edward Willis, Queens Own Rifles, 1939-1945 Star, France and Germany Star, Volunteer Service Medal, 1939-45 War Medal, largest 20” x 25” — 50.8 x 63.5 cm. $200—300


489 GROUP OF FIVE TO LIEUTENANT W. F. L. EDWARDS, 3RD CLASS, 16TH REGIMENT, CANADIAN FIELD ARTILLERY

490 TWO FRAMED MEMORIAL GROUPS TO PRIVATE THOMAS O’BRIEN, 6TH ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS, 1916

Russian Imperial Order of St. Stanislaus British War Medal, 1914-1918 Victory Medal 1914-1919 Canadian Volunteer Service Medal, 1939-1945 War Medal, 1939-1945, with related dress miniatures, mounted and framed

including Memorial Plaque, (Dead Man’s Penny), 1914-15 Star, British War, and Victory Medals, cap badges, dog tag, memorial card, photographs, etc., larger frame 33.1” x 21.2” — 84 x 53.8 cm. Note: Private O’Brien was killed at Solonica, October 3rd, 1916

491 GROUP OF SIX WWII CANADIAN SERVICE MEDALS TO JAMES LAURIER WALKER, 49TH FIELD ARTILLERY REGIMENT, RCA, MID 20TH CENTURY including 1939-45 star, France and Germany star, Italy star, Defence Medal, War Medal and Canadian Volunteer Service Medal, case framed, together with Dutch resistance coin pendant and cap badge, 10” x 13” — 25.4 x 33 cm.

492 WWI MEMORIAL GROUP TO PTE. FREDERICK LEO MCANALLY, C.A.M.C., EARLY 20TH CENTURY including bronze Memorial Plaque (Dead Man’s Penny), the British War Medal (1914-18) and a Victory Medal (both named), framed, 10.25” x 16” — 26 x 40.6 cm. $75—150

$75—150

$1,000—1,500 $100—200

493 GROUP OF 12 WWII SERVICE MEDALS TO COM. SGT Y. A. TREMBLAY, 1945 $75—150

494 GROUP OF AUSTIRAN MILITARY SERVICE MEDALS, 19TH/EALRY 20TH CENTURIES including Karl Troop Cross, 1873 War Service, Kriegserinnerungsmedaille (War Memorial Medal), the Order of Franz Joseph miniature, Order of St. Stanislaus miniature and others $75—150

495 CRIMEA MEDAL TO PTE. LEONARD SHOPPE, 11TH HUSSARS, 1854

496 MUNITIONS PARTS CHESS SET AND BOARD, MID 20TH CENTURY

framed with dedication and lithograph print of William Simpson’s ‘The Charge of the Light Cavalry Brigade’, 20” x 34” — 50.8 x 86.4 cm.

assembled and machined from steel parts (gun barrels, etc.) after WWII at the Small Arms, Ltd. plant, Long Branch, Ontario, with crate nail board, king height 5.25” — 13.3 cm.; 16” x 16” — 40.6 x 40.6 cm.

Note: Medal is unnamed. Pte. Shoppe was killed in the charge of the light brigade on Oct. 25, 1854 $100—200

$200—300


497 STONEWARE ‘ROYAL PATRIOTIC JUG’, SAMUEL ALCOCK & CO. HILL POTTERY, BURSLEM, C.1855 designed by George Eyre during the Crimean War, with black transfer of a battlescene and mourning familiy verso, with burnt Sienna and gilt highlights, height 7.75” — 19.7 cm., makers mark with registration diamond for December 27th, 1854

498 ENGLISH DECK WATCH, 18TH CENTURY AND LATER the 8 day fusee movement numbered 6153 with ornately pierced and engraved balance cock in later turned brass case with hinged cover all in further hinged oak case with key, 1.2” x 2.8” x 3.1” — 3 x 7 x 8 cm.

499 SPANISH MODEL OF A NAPOLEON III FIELD CANNON AND CARRIAGE, MID 20TH CENTURY non working, length 28” — 71.1 cm.

500 ENGLISH SELF-YEW LONGBOW, C.1920 with horn nocks and checked velvet grip, length 74” — 188 cm. $200—300

$300—500

$200—300

Note: The Royal Patriotic Fund Corporation was a charitable body set up under Royal Warrant and headed by Prince Albert during the Crimean War to provide financial aid to the familys of fallen soldiers. $150—250

502 NINETEEN VOLUMES ON FIREARMS

501 FRANCIS TREVELYAN MILLER THE PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR, 1911 10 volumes published by The Review of Reviews Co., New York, blue cloth boards wit gilt top ege, 11.1” x 8.3” — 28.3 x 21.2 cm. $200—300

Branko Bogdanovic, Ivan Valencak. THE GREAT CENTURY OF GUNS. New York: Gallery Books, 1986. Charles Henry Ashdown. AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF ARMS & ARMOUR. Hertfordshire: Wordsworth Editions, 1988. David Edge & John Miles Paddock. ARMS & ARMOUR OF THE MEDIEVAL KNIGHT. London: Defoe Publishing, 1988. Harold L. Peterson. THE TREASURY OF THE GUN. New York: A Ridge Press Book / Golden Press, 1962. Ian V. Hogg. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF FIREARMS. London: New Burlington Books, 1983. Ian V. Hogg. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF AMMUNITION. New Jersey: Chartwell Books, 1985. EARLY FIREARMS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND FROM THE COLLECTION OF CLAY P. BEDFORD. THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART. Greenwich: New York Graphic Society, 1971. Gerald Weland. A COLLECTOR’S GUIDE TO SWORDS, DAGGERS & CUTLASSES. London: New Burlington Books, 1991.

A. V. B. Norman and G. M. Wildon. TREASURES FROM THE TOWER OF LONDON. EXHIBITION CATALOGUE. University of East Anglia, Sainsburry Centre for Visual Arts, 1982. Vesey Norman. ARMS AND ARMOUR. London: Octopus Books, 1972. Sir James Mannk.WALLACE COLLECTION CATALOGUES EUROPEAN ARMS AND ARMOUR. Vol. I ARMOUR AND II ARMS. London: William Clowes and Sons Ltd., 1962. Anthony North. VICTORIA & ALBERTA MUSEUM ISLAMIC ARMS. Maryland, Owings Mills, 1985. Christian Feest. THE ART OF WAR. London: Thames and Hudson, 1980. Colonel H. C. B. ROgers. THE IMPERIAL SERVICES LIBRARY VOLUME V, WEAPONS OF THE BRITISH SOLDIER. London: Seeley Service & Co., 1960. R. Ewart Oakeshott. THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF WEAPONS. London: Lutterworth Press, 1960. Ronald Lister. ANTIQUE FIREARMS THEIR CARE, REPAIR & RESTORATION. New York: Bonanza Books. Robert Wilkinson-Latham. PHAIDON GUIDE TO ANTIQUE WEAPONS AND ARMOUR. Oxford: Phaidon, 1981. Eric Valentine. RAPIERS. Harrisburg: Stackpole Books, 1968. $100—150

503 BOOK: ACTIVE MILITIA LIST, CANADA, 1870, LT. COLONEL MACPHERSON, D. A. G. MILITIA The Annual Active Militia List of the Dominion of Canada, Corrected to May, 1870, printed by John Lovell, Montreal, tooled red leather board and ribbed spine, with gilt edge, 6.5” x 4.25” — 16.5 x 10.8 cm., impressed Burslem marks, $75—150


504 PAMPHLET: THE FENIAN RAID ON FORT ERIE; WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE OF RIDGEWAY, MAJOR GEORGE T. DENISON, JR., JUNE 1866 second edition, with map and plan, published by Rollo & Adam, Toronto, 8.75” x 6” — 22.2 x 15.2 cm. $75—150

505 NEEDLEWORK PICTURE OF CANADIAN COAT OF ARMS, C.1905

506 THREE BRITISH EMPIRE PARADE (DISPLAY) FLAGS, 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY

507 CANADIAN BOER WAR PARADE (DISPLAY) FLAG, C.1900

worked in bright silk threads on brown linen ground, surmounted by beaver and flanked by ensigns over maple leaf spray, framed, Bleeding, 18” x 16.5” — 45.7 x 41.9 cm.

a Victorian ‘Lions of the Empire’ (unfinished), , WWI British Empire coalition, and a 1937 King Edward VIII coronation flag, largest 29” x 47” — 73.7 x 119.4 cm.

crest with five provinces under applied vignette depicting armed figures, 20” x 34” — 50.8 x 86.4 cm.

Provenance: Property from the Estate of Joel Walkden Aldred, D. F. C.

Note: The ‘Lions’ were: Canada, Straits Settlements, New Zealand, Victoria, New South Wales and Cape Colony.

$100—200

$100—200 $100—200

508 TWO LINEN CANADIAN FLAGS, CIRCA 1870 the first with five, the second with six provincial crests, largest 36” x 58” — 91.4 x 147.3 cm. $200—300

509 LARGE CANADIAN GOVERNOR GENERAL’S FLAG, 19TH CENTURY

510 SIX SMALL CANADIAN PARADE (DISPLAY) FLAGS, 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

the standard with applied crowned lion crest over ‘Canada’ banner on blue field, 70” x 144” — 177.8 x 365.8 cm.

largest 22” x 31” — 55.9 x 78.7 cm.

$300—500

$100—200

511 ENGLISH PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF ADMIRAL LORD NELSON, 1ST HALF, 19TH CENTURY gouache on rectangular ivory panel in bird’s eye maple frame with gilt slip, frame 7.9” x 6.75” — 20 x 17.1 cm. $100—200


512 AFTER PAUL DELAROCHE (1797-1856) NAPOLEON I AT FONTAINEBLEAU oil on canvas detail after the original, signed E. Rochambeau lower left, in giltwood frame, frame 30” x 26” — 76.2 x 66 cm.

513 J. NASTON THE EXPLOSION 19th century, watercolour on paper laid down on board; signed lower left, work 6” x 9.5” — 15.2 x 24.1 cm. $75—150

514 AFTER DANILEL MACLISE, WELLINGTON AND BLUCHER MEETING AFTER THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO AND THE DEATH OF NELSON AT THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR, 19TH CENTURY pair of etchings, each after the original murals at Westminster Palace, in oak frames, 20” x 41.5” — 50.8 x 105.4 cm.

$200—300

$100—200

515 PLAN OF THE STRAITS OF ST. MARY, AND MICHILIMAKINAC, TO SHEW THE SITUATION & IMPORTANCE OF THE TWO WESTERNMOST SETTLEMENTS OF CANADA FOR THE FUR TRADE, 1761 early hand coloured engraved map of the Sault Ste. Marie area published by London Magazine, framed, sight 9.75” x 13” — 24.8 x 33 cm.; 21.5” x 24.75” — 54.6 x 62.9 cm. Note: Mackinac and Sault Ste. Marie each commanded a narrows in the Upper Lakes system, thus exercising great influence in the fur trade and becoming strategic sites for military activity. This highly detailed map depicts the mountainous and forested landscape and locates the Missions of St. Mary and St. Ignace. Includes interesting annotations concerning the Indian inhabitants: ‘Lake Superiour Woship’d as a Divinity by the Indians’, ‘Channel of Manatouahlin, very little known’, and the ‘Common Track of the Vessels to the Detroit &c.’

516 JACQUE NICHOLAS BELLIN (1703-1772) TWO MAPS: ‘L’ISLE ROYALE SITUEE A L’ENTREE DU GOLPHE DE SAINT LAURENT’ AND ‘LE GOLPHE DE SAINT LAURENT ET L’ISLE DE TERRE NEUVE’, 1764 from Petit Atlas Maritime, Tome I, Nos. 13 & 22, the first of Newfoundland and the Gulf of the St. Lawrence, the second of Cape Breton, each framed, sight 9.75” x 14.75” — 24.8 x 37.5 cm. $200—300

517 CHRISTIAN FRIEDRICH VON DER HEIDEN PLAN DU FORT ET VILLE DE LOUISBOURG DANS L‘ISLE ROYALE’, AUGSBURG, 1760 from ‘Americanische urquelle derer innerlichen kriege des bedrängten Teutschlands’ showing the 1758 British siege of Louisbourg, framed, sight 7” x 11.5” — 17.8 x 29.2 cm. $200—300

518 A PLAN OF THE CITY & HARBOUR OF LOUISBURG; SHEWING THAT PART OF GABARUS BAY IN WHICH THE ENGLISH LANDED, ALSO THEIR ENCAMPMENT DURING THE SIEGE IN 1745, 1758 map of Cape Breton Island with detail of the city, harbour and fortress of Louisbourg, coloured, framed, sight 8” x 10” — 20.3 x 25.4 cm. $100—200

$200—300


519 JOHN BENNETT A PLAN & VIEW OF THE TOWN AND FORTIFICATIONS OF MONTREAL IN CANADA, 1760 aerial view with inset detail of river’s edge skyline, coloured, framed, sight 8” x 9.5” — 20.3 x 24.1 cm. $150—250

520 JOHN GIBSON A PARTICULAR MAP, TO ILLUSTRATE GEN. AMHERST’S EXPEDITION, TO MONTREAL; WITH A PLAN OF THE TOWN & DRAUGHT OF YE ISLAND, 1760

521 TWO MAPS OF QUEBEC CITY

522 TWO MAPS OF MONTREAL

A Plan of the City of Quebec, John Stockdale, 1798, coloured, and A Plan of Quebec, John Hinton, 1759, uncoloured, both framed, larger sight 7.5” x 9.75” — 19.1 x 24.8 cm.

‘The Isles of Montreal as they have been Surveyed By the French Engineers, London Magazine’, 1761, coloured, and ‘Plan of the Town and Fortifications of Montreal or Ville Marie in Canada’, Universal Magazine, 1759, uncoloured, both framed, larger sight 10” x 13.25” — 25.4 x 33.7 cm.

$200—300

map of the St. Lawrence from Lake Ontario to Quebec City, with inset details of the Island of Montreal and aerial view of the city, coloured, framed, sight 7.25” x 8.75” — 18.4 x 22.2 cm.

$200—300

$100—200

523 VEREMONDO ROSSI PLANO DELLA CITTA DI QUEBEC, 1777

524 JACQUES NICOLAS BELLIN (1703-1772) TWO MAPS: ‘PORT DE

from “Atlante dell’America Contencente le Migliori Carte Geografiche, e Topografichedelle principali Citta, Laghi, Fiumi, e Fortezze”, coloured, framed, sight 10.5” x 10” — 26.7 x 25.4 cm.

LOUISBOURG DAN L’ISLE ROYALE,’ 1764, AND ‘PLAN DU PORT ET VILLE DE LOUISBOURG DANSL ’ISLE ROYALE’, 1744 both coloured, framed, sight 9.5” x 13.25” — 24.1 x 33.7 cm.

$200—300

$200—300

525 JOHN HINTON, (D.1781) A PLAN OF THE CITY AND FORTIFICATIONS OF LOUISBURG AND A PLAN OF THE CITY AND HARBOUR OF LOUISBURG, 1758 published by Universal Magazine, coloured, framed, sight 11” x 14.25” — 27.9 x 36.2 cm. $100—200

526 JACQUES NICOLAS BELLIN (1703-1772) KARTE VON L’ISLE ROYALE map of Cape Breton with secondary plate showing the port and fortifications at Louisbourg, coloured, framed, sight 7.5” x 22.5” — 19.1 x 57.2 cm. $200—300


527 JACQUES NICOLAS BELLIN (1703-1772) TWO MAPES: ‘PARTIE DU FLEUVE ST. LAURENT DEPUIS QUEBEC JUSQU’AU LAC ST FRANCOIS’ AND ‘L’ISLE ROYALE SITUÉE À L’ENTRÉE DU GOLPHE DE SAINT LAURENT’, 1764

528 LT. COLONEL JOSEPH BOUCHETTE (1774-1841) PLAN OF THE DISTRICT OF GASPÉ, 1815 engraved by J. Walker, published by W. Faden, Charing Cross, coloured, framed, sight 17” x 19.5” — 43.2 x 49.5 cm. $100—200

from ‘Petit Atlas Maritime’, Tome I, Nos.10 & 22, coloured, framed, sight 9.25” x 13.25” — 23.5 x 33.7 cm.

529 THOMAS JEFFREYS (17191771) PLAN OF THE RIVER ST. LAURENCE, FROM SILLERY TO THE FALL OF MONTMERENCI, WITH THE OPERATIONS OF THE SIEGE OF QUEBEC, UNDER THE COMMAND OF VICE ADML. SAUNDERS & MAJ. GENL. WOLFE, 5TH SEPT. 1759, 1780 showing positions of frigates of British fleet, with key to ‘Defences of Quebec’, and insets of ‘Part of the Upper River of St. Laurence’ and A View of the Action gain’d by the English, Sept. 13, 1759, near Quebec’, coloured, framed, sight 7.75” x 9.5” — 19.7 x 24.1 cm.

$100—200

530 GUILLAUME DE L’ISLE (16751726) CARTE DU CANADA OU DE LA NOUVELLE FRANCE ET DES DECOUVERTES QUI Y ONT ÉTÉ FAITES, 1745 originally published in 1703, this edition by Philippe Buache, with highly decorative title cartouche featuring a Catholic priest baptizing natives, missionaries, beaver, Canada goose and Niagara Falls, sight 20” x 25.5” — 50.8 x 64.8 cm. Note: Buache trained under De l’Isle, and eventually married his daughter. $300—500

$100—200

531 PHILIPPE MARIE VANDERMAELEN (1795-1869) HAUT CANADA ET MICHIGAN, AMER. SEPT. NO. 42, 1827 hand coloured lithographed map of Michigan and the great lakes area of Ontario, 18.5” x 20.5” — 47 x 52.1 cm. $100—200

532 EDWARD NICHOLAS KENDALL (1800-1845) ROUTE OF THE LAND ARCTIC EXPEDITION, UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPTN. J. FRANKLIN R N. FROM GREAT SLAVE LAKE TO GREAT BEAR LAKE RIVER, 1828 uncoloured map charting the route of John Franklin’s 1825 expedition along the MacKenzie River, in 19th century refinished oak frame, sight 19.25” x 24” — 48.9 x 61 cm. $100—200

533 AN OUTLINE TO SHEW THE CONNECTED DISCOVERIES OF CAPTAINS ROSS, PARRY & FRANKLIN, IN THE YEARS 1818, 19, 20 AND 2, 1823

534 JACQUES NICOLAS BELLIN (1703-1772) L’ISLE DE MONTREAL ET SES ENVIRONS, 1764

map of Canada with colour outlining, published by John Murray, London, framed, sight 15.25” x 18.25” — 38.7 x 46.4 cm.

from Petit Atlas Maritime, Tome I, No. 11, with decorative cartouche, compass rose, and inset Plan de la Ville de montreal ou Ville Mare, 12.75” x 17” — 32.4 x 43.2 cm.

$100—200

$100—200


535 HENRY ABRAHAM CHATELAIN (1684-1743) CARTE DU CANADA OU DE LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, ET DES DÉCOUVERTS QUI Y ONT ÉTÉ FAITES, 1719

536 JOHN RUSSELL (FL.18TH CENTURY) BRITISH COLONIES IN NORTH AMERICA DRAWN FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES, 1801

537 MOSES GREENLEAF (17771834) MAP OF THE STATE OF MAINE WITH THE PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK, 1832

engraved map of discovered Canada from Atlas Historique, Tome VI, No. 20, Page 82, with inset ‘Remarque Historique’, 16.25” x 20.5” — 41.3 x 52.1 cm.

published by C. Dilly & G. G. & J. Robinson for Guthries new System of Geography, engraved map of Canada outlined in colour, sight 16” x 18.5” — 40.6 x 47 cm.

$300—400

$300—400

published by Shirley & Hyde, Portland, including part of Lower Canada, Gaspé Penninsula, Bay of Fundy with inset of Gulf of St. Lawrence, framed in two sections, each sight 26” x 42” — 66 x 106.7 cm.

538 JAMES WYLDE (1812-1887) A MAP OF AMERICA, OR THE NEW WORLD, WHEREIN ARE INTRODUCED ALL THE KNOWN PARTS OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE, 1824 engraved and coloured map of North and South America including decorative cartouche with palm tree and serpent, framed, sight 21.25” x 23.5” — 54 x 59.7 cm. $100—200

Note: Printed in sections, each approximately 7.5 x 4.25”, apparently intended to be laid onto linen for ease of travel. $400—600

539 THOMAS POWNALL (17221805) A NEW MAP OF NORTH AMERICA WITH THE WEST INDIA ISLANDS, DIVIDED ACCORDING TO THE PRELIMINARY ARTICLES OF PEACE, SIGNED AT VERSAILLES, 20. JAN. 1783, 1794 upper two sheets only of engraved map outlined in colour published by Laurie & Whittle, showing newly formed United States, British dominions in Canada and the French territory of Louisiana, inset of ‘Baffin and Hudson’s Bay’ and detailing topography, forests, forts and native territories, framed, lower two sheets absent, sight 20” x 46.5” — 50.8 x 118.1 cm. $500—700

540 FOUR MAPS OF CANADA, 19TH CENTURY ‘British America’, ‘East Canada and New Brunswick’, “Nova Scotia and Newfoundland’ and ‘West Canada’ each by J. Rapkin for John Tallis & Company, London & New York, each framed, sight 10.5” x 13.5” — 26.7 x 34.3 cm. $75—150

541 MATTHÄUS SEUTTER (16781757) PLANISPHÆRIUM COELESTE, C.1730 coloured celestial map of skies as seen from the northern and southern hemispheres including allegorical constellations, milky way, zodiac divisions, with diagrams showing night and day with quotations from Genesis, lunar orbit and illumination, and four hypothesis for models of the solar system, framed, sight 18.75” x 21.5” — 47.6 x 54.6 cm. $400—600

542 HENRICUS HONDIUS I (15731650) POLI ARCTICI ET CIRCUMIACENTIUM TERRARUM DESCRIPTIO NOVISSIMA, C.1630 engraved and outlined in colour map of the Arctic Pole, framed, sight 18” x 20” — 45.7 x 50.8 cm. $200—300


543 HENRICUS HONDIUS I (15731650) AND JAN JANSSON (1588-1664) TWO WORKS: HEMISPHAERI I BORE ALIS COELI ET TERRAE SPHAERICA SCENOGRAPHICA AND HAEMISPHAERIVM SCENOGRAPHICUM AUSTRALE COELI STELLATI ET TERRAE, 1661 each a engraved, coloured, signed and dated map of the northern and southern terrestrial and celestial hemispheres respectively, famed individually, each sight 18” x 20.5” — 45.7 x 52.1 cm.

544 JOHN SPEEDE (1552-1629) RUTLANDSHIRE WITH OUKHAM AND STANFORD, HER BORDERING NEIGHBOUR, NEWLY DESCRIBED, C.1661 with ‘Alphabetical Table of all the Towns’ and description, verso, coloured, in double glazed frame, sight 15.25” x 20.25” — 38.7 x 51.4 cm. $200—300

545 GERARDUS MERCATOR (1512-1594) IRELANDIAE REGNUM (TWO MAPS), 17TH CENTURY

546 GERARDUS MERCATOR (1512-1594) IRELANDIÆ REGNUM, 17TH CENTURY

from Mercator’s Atlas, of northern and southern Ireland, respectively, with decorative scroll title cartouche, sailing ships and a sea monster, with Latin geographic and historic text verso, in separate double glazed frames, each sheet 17.5” x 22” — 44.5 x 55.9 cm.

fine coloured map from Mercator’s Atlas, of Ireland with decorative banner title cartouche and Latin geographic and historic description verso, in double glazed frame, sheet 17.75” x 22” — 45.1 x 55.9 cm. $200—300

$300—400

$400—600

547 GERARDUS MERCATOR (1512-1594) ULTONIAE ORIENTALIS PARS, 17TH CENTURY

548 GERARDUS MERCATOR (1512-1594) ANGLIA, SCOTIA ET HIBERNIA, 17TH CENTURY

fine, coloured map from Mercator’s Atlas, of East Ireland including Ulster, Belfast and Dundalk, with Latin historic and geographic description, verso, in double glazed frame, sheet 18” x 22.25” — 45.7 x 56.5 cm.

fine coloured map from Mercator’s Atlas, of England, Scotland and Ireland with decorative scroll cartouche and Latin historic and geographic description verso, in double glazed frame, sheet 17.5” x 22.25” — 44.5 x 56.5 cm.

$200—300 $200—300

549 THOMAS JEFFERYS (17191771) GUADALOUPE, ONE OF THE CARIBBEE ISLANDS, SUBJECT TO FRANCE IN THE WEST INDIES, FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES coloured, framed, sight 14.5” x 15.25” — 36.8 x 38.7 cm. $100—200

550 JACQUES NICOLAS BELLIN (1703-1772) PLAN DE ST. SEBASTIEN from Petit Atlas Maritime, Tome IV, No. 50, coloured, framed, sight 9.25” x 7.5” — 23.5 x 19.1 cm. $50—100


551 THOMAS KITCHIN (D.1784) WEST INDIES, DRAWN AND ENGRAVED ROM THE BEST MAPS AND CHARTS, C.1786

552 JOHN MITCHELL (1711-1768), ANTONIO ZATTA (FL.17571797) LA GIAMMAICA, 1778

553 FOUR MISCELLANEOUS DECORATIVE MAPS, 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURIES

554 SPANISH RENAISSANCE STYLE GILT METAL DAGGER, MID 20TH CENTURY

with borders outlined in colour, framed, sight 7” x 14.75” — 17.8 x 37.5 cm.

map of Jamaica published in Venice, the island shown in trompe l’oeil scroll, with parish outlines in colour, sight 13.5” x 17.5” — 34.3 x 44.5 cm.

‘North America,’ ‘South America’, ‘Brazil’ and ‘West India Islands’, frame 21.25” x 16.25” — 54 x 41.3 cm.

with paste gem set ornately cast mounts, leather covered scabbard and abalone and jet glass mounted grip, height 14.4” — 36.6 cm.

$75—150

$100—200 $100—200

555 REPRODUCTION OF A MID 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL PERCUSSION CAP PISTOL, MID 20T CENTURY with 8 inch polished octagonal barrel and carved walnut grip, cased, case 2.75” x 16.25” x 7.75” — 7 x 41.3 x 19.7 cm. $150—250

556 REPRODUCTION CONTINENTAL FLINTLOCK PISTOL, 20TH CENTURY length 17” — 43.2 cm. $50—100

$150—250

557 SPANISH REPLICA OF A COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER BY DENIX, MID 20TH CENTURY white metal construction with BKA/98 within diamond on frame and wooden grips, length 13” — 33 cm. Note: Denix are manufacturers of nonfunctional weapons for use as movie props. $75—150

558 L. L. BEAN HOLSTER, MID 20TH CENTURY sheep skin lined leather construction buckled fold over, height 12” — 30.5 cm. $50—100


559 NINE VOLUMES RELATING TO BRITISH MILITARY HISTORY Henry Hanna, K.C. THE PALS AT SUVLA BAY: Being a Record of “D” Company of the 7th Royal Dublin Fusiliers (at Galipoli) E. Ponsonby Ltd., Dublin, 1916 Majors C.F. Romer & A.E. Mainwaring THE SECOND BATTALION ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR A.L. Humphreys, London, 1908 Sir John Hammerton (3 vols.) THE GREAT WAR; I WAS THERE Amalgamated Press, London, 1938 Major A.E. Mainwaring CROWN AND COMPANY: THE RECORDS OF THE SECOND BATTALION ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS Arthur L. Humphreys, London, 1911 JB.M. Frederick (2 vols.) LINEAGE BOOK OF BRITISH LAND FORCES, 1600-1978 Microform Academic Publishers Yorkshire, 1984 (revised ed.) Brigadier J. Clabby, O.B.E., M.R.C.V.S. THE HISTORY OF THE ROYAL VETERINARY CORPS, 1991-1961 J.A. Allen & Co., London, 1963 $100—200


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Maps, Militaria and Arms Online Auction | Oct. 13 - 16, 2014  

Maps, Militaria and Arms Online Auction | Oct. 13 - 16, 2014