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A rare IDF Mauser SP66 mount and Kahles ZF95 scope 6x42 set

IDF Mauser SP66 Mount and Kahles ZF95 Scope Set

A rare IDF Mauser SP66 mount and Kahles ZF95 scope 6x42 set.  This is the Israeli military Mauser SP66 mount made designed by Nehemia Sirkis and fitted with the Kahles ZF95 6x42 scope.  Both of these items are rare and having them together as a set is even rarer.  

Unertl BV-20 Rifle Scope

Unertl BV-20 x10 Sniper Rifle Scope

Unertl BV-20 rifle scope for sale with the original rings for mounting and lens covers.  Unertl BV-20 with x10 magnification.  Made by Unertl Optical Company, Inc. US manufacturer of telescopic sights from 1934-2008.  The company was well known for their 10× fixed-power scopes that were used on the Marine Corps' M40 rifles (Remington 700 modified) and made famous by Marine Corps Scout Sniper, Carlos Hathcock, during the Vietnam War, credited with 93 confirmed kills. The Unertl company manufactured military sniper rifle scopes during World War II, most notable for its MST-100 (7.62mm) and MST-150 (.50 caliber) 10× scope used by the USMC Scout-Sniper program and the first scope to use a Mil-Dot reticle. Specifications:
Scope ModelBV-20 1" Target Scope
Objective Aperture1"
Ocular Aperture3/4"
Eye Relief2"
Overall Length21 3/4"
Max. Objective cell Diameter1 5/16"
Max Ocular Cell Diameter7/8"
Weight1 lb 5 oz
Main Tube Diameter3/4"
M2 Browning tripod with T&E

Original U.S. WWII M2 Browning Tripod For M1919A4 Machine Gun


M2 Browning Tripod Mount

Original WW2 U.S. military issue M2 Browning tripod with original U.S. military issue T&E and original U.S. military issue pintle for the M1919 0.30 caliber machine gun.  These original M2 tripod is from Israeli military surplus, probably given by the US to the IDF probably during the 1960's and 1970's.  Some of these have very low serial numbers. These M2 Browning tripod features a brass socket for the pintle and fully functional legs, cross bar and welded feet. It is complete, functional and in good condition. The pintle comes complete with the cross pin and castle nut, with cotter pin still installed.  The pintle and T&E are still wrapped in their original papers. 22 pieces of these Israeli military surplus U.S. M2 tripods are available from a variety of manufacturers such as: Appliance Mfg Co. , Lovel Mfg Co. and others.
Tibetan Kila Phurba Dagger

Tibetan Kila Phurba Dagger

The Kila Phurba dagger is a three-sided knife, or nail-like ritual item traditionally associated with Indo-Tibetan Buddhism in which the knife is used to symbolically penetrate and break the earth.  Like many of the traditional Tibetan metal instruments, the kila is often made from brass and iron (sometimes of meteoric iron) and often features three faces of Vajrakīla, a deity manifestation of heroic power.  The three faces are often featured as one joyful, one peaceful, one wrathful (not in this case) and the blade is usually composed of three triangular facets or faces, meeting at the tip.  These represent, respectively, the blade's power to transform the negative energies known as the "three poisons" or "root poisons" of attachment/craving/desire, delusion/ignorance/misconception. This Tibetan Kila Phurba dagger we have for sale in in very good condition and is probably from the mid 20th century. Length: 28 cm (11 inches)

Indian Kora Sword With Tulwar Hilt

A very good condition Northern Indian, possibly Rajasthan Kora sword with tulwar style hilt, decorated with Damascus style silver-work and beautiful decorations on the blade of the sun and mythological figures.  The Kora (Khuda, Cora, Khora, Kouda) is typical to weapons of northernIndia and Nepal known as Kharga or Jamadhar Teg.  The kora sword with the characteristic wide and forward angled blade with sharp outer curve appeared after the 10th century in the areas of northern India and Nepal and were used for both fighting and ceremonial purposes.  The ceremonial and decorative Indian kora sword such as this one we have for sale, were used by Gurkhas for the ceremonial slaughter of water buffalo as a representation of Mahishasura and sheep during the festival of Dasain in which the head of the animal had to be severed with a single blow. Length: 64 cm (25.19 inches) Width: 17 cm (6.69 inches)
Antique Nepalese Kukri Knife With Bone Handle

Nepalese Kukri Knife With Bone Handle

Nepalese Kukri also pronounced khukri or khukuri knife with a white bone handle, possibly Yak bone, maybe ivory, with a decorative scabbard with turquoise beads and two small sharpening knives.  This Nepalese Gurkha Kukri knife is in very good condition with decorations on the blade and the scabbard is decorated with coral and turquoise beads and wire on hammered copper over leather.  The knives are offered in very good original condition with normal wear due to its age.  The leather scabbard has dried with age and can be restored with special oils to return some moisture and flexability.  Only one or two turquoise beads are missing and can be easily replaced.  Judging by its age and style this Nepalese kuri knife is probably from the mid 20th century and having it in this condition with its two matching small sharpening knives is a rare find for those collecting antique edged weapons. Length: 45 cm (17.71 inches) with scabbard, 43 cm (16.92 inches) without scabbard.
WWII Imperial Japanese Naval Officer's Dirk

WWII Imperial Japanese Naval Officer’s Dirk

WWII Imperial Japanese Naval officer dirk of early 1883 pattern. These dirks were worn by all Navy commissioned officers.  This example is of later wartime construction with machine made blade, no Habaki or lock mechanism and a grip with double brass wire wrapped over imitation ray skin (the early dirks had real shark or ray skin).  The grip has the brass cherry blossom flower menuki mon symbolizing the emperor on both sides securing the mekugi (the small wooden peg that holds the grip to the blade hilt).  The saya (scabbard) is wood covered in leather with a decorative seam down the reverse.  The pommel is nicely ornate and the cross guard is wave shaped. This late WWII Imperial Japanese Naval officer dirk is in good condition and shows regular age wear.  
montblanc timewalker chronograph automatic watch

Montblanc Timewalker Chronograph Automatic 41mm

$4,095.00 $3,802.50
The Montblanc TimeWalker wrist watch symbolizes the spirit of car racing by featuring racing car-like dashboard timing and gauge instruments.  The Montblanc TimeWalker Automatic Chronograph comes in a 41 mm stainless steel case.  In the spirit of car racing, this Montblanc TimeWalker model is equipped with a practical tachymeter scale for timing speed that is indicated on the fixed ceramic bezel. The timepiece features a “reverse panda” dial with a contrasting black background and silvery-white counters and flanges at 6 and 12 o’clock. The timepiece features Super-LumiNova* numerals and indexes, as well as a precise minute track on the flange that has also been enhanced with both Super-LumiNova and red markers for the 15-minute mark for utmost legibility.

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