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Edged Weapons

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Edged Weapons

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1 Albaugh, William A. III. Confederate Edged Weapons. Drawings by Carl Pugliese.
Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing, (1993). Reprint of the 1960 wsirion. 
Quarto, red & gray cloth (hardcover), xxiv, 198 pp. Illustrations throughout. Fine in dust jacket. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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2 Angolia, John R. Swords of Germany, 1900/1945. Imperial Supplement by Gregory Douglas.
San Jose, CA: R. James Bender, (1988). First Edition. 
Octavo, full-color illus. boards (hardcover), 496 pp. Near-Fine. 
Price: 90.00 USD
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3 Burton, Kenneth J. A Sure Defence: The Bowie Knife Book.
Australia: K. J. Burton & Co., Pty. Ltd., 1988. Bi-Centennial Edition. 
Quarto, hardcover, (red full-color photo. illus. boards), 99 pp. Near-Fine, with lightly rubbed edges. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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4 Dean, Bashford. Catalogue of European Daggers, Including the Ellis, De Dino, Riggs, and Reubell Collections.
New York: The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1929. First Edition. One of 900. 
Folio, 3/4 black morocco & red cloth (hardcover), uncut, 196 pp, [vi] pp, 85 tissue-guarded plates. Fine in a cloth slip case. 
Price: 350.00 USD
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5 Hickox, Ron G. Collectors' Guide to Ames U. S. Contract Military Edged Weapons: 1832-1906. Illustrated by Raymond E. Giron, Ed.D. Foreword by Norm Flayderman. The Complete Guide to U. S. Miliatary Edged Weapons made by the Ames Mfg. Company from 1832 to 1906, containing: Values, Illustrations, Identification, Production Figures and Historical Data.
Published by Ron G. Hickox, 1984. 
Quarto, paperbound (stiff, stapled, white illus. wrappers), 70 pp. Illustrated. Near-Fine. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6 Kiesling, Paul. Bayonets of the World. Volumes One, Two, and Three (of a Four Volume Set).
Military Collectors Service, (1974). 
Three volumes. Quarto, illus. boards (hardcover), first volume unpaginated; 131 pp; 136 pp. Near-Fine, with light edgewear. Volume I is without dust jacket. Volumes II and III are in Near-Fine, mylar protected dust jackets with lightly rubbed edges. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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7 Mowbray, Stuart C.; Editor. American Swords from the Philip Medicus Collection. Photographs and an Introduction by Norm Flayderman. Edited by Stuart C. Mowbray.
Lincoln, RI: Andrew Mowbray Publishers, (1998). 
Quarto, red cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, 268 pp. Fine (As New) in a Fine, mylar protected dust jacket. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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8 Stephens, Frederick J. Daggers, Swords and Bayonets of the Third Reich.
Somerset: Patrick Stephens Limited, (1989). First Edition. 
Octavo, geen boards (hardcover), gilt letters, 206 pp. Very Good+, with light rubbing to covers; in a Very Good, mylar protected dust jacket with light edgewear. From dust jacket: The profusion of bladed weapons during Hitler's Third Reich was remarkable. Worn principally as emblems of authority, their use extended across the entire spectrum of the Nazi State, from conventional military forces and the SS, to the Hitler Youth, the Police, Diplomatic Service, and such organizations as the Labour Corps, hunting fraternities and even the Red Cross. All such groupings had their own designs of blade, usually graded according to rank. As well as these mass-produced blades, there were other, one-off swords and daggers which were commissioned for presentation to, or by, prominet Nazis. Often these were superb examples of the bladsmith's skill, being elaborately engraved, occasionally with runic inscriptions. Almost without exception, bladed weapons produced for the Third Reich were of the highest quality in terms of both design and execution, which probably accounts for their present-day status as highly-prized collector's pieces. In this superbly-illustrated book, Frederick Stephens shows how the blades of Hitler's Germany were not a Nazi innovation, but were in fact a continuation of a tradition which had existed in Germany since medieval times, representing the carrying forward of skills for which, in the past, Germany, and especially the town of Solingen, had rightly been famous. Daggers, Swords, and Bayonets of the Third Reich is a unique study in providing both a comprehensive introduction for the new collector and researcher, as well as information that even the advanced student of the subject will find revealing and informative. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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9 Wilkinson, Frederick. Edged Weapons.
Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., [1970]. 
Royal octavo, grey cloth, silver letters, 256, xiv pp. Fine, in a Near-Fine (prcie-clipped) dust jacket in protective mylar cover. “In this book Frederick Wilkinson traces the story of all the main categories of hand weapons, from neolithic times up to the ceremonial weapons of the twentieth century, with the same blend of deep knowledge and high readability which distinguished his widely acclaimed Antique Firearms. The superb colour plates, commissioned especially for the volume from Paul Forrester, provide a brilliant panorama of the evolution of the edged weapon, and a fitting sequel to his impressive series of studies in the earlier volume.” 
Price: 30.00 USD
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