2004. HC. 360pp, many b/w photos/illus., 8.625x11.25; collection of articles on edged weapons from Bulletin No. 1 (1955) through No. 75 (1996) originally published in the Bulletin of The American Society of Arms Collectors by well-known collectors & researchers who presented this material at regularly scheduled meetings of the Society; NET.
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HC. 240pp, 16 color photos, 177 black & white; NET.
1994. HC. 296pp, many b&w photos/illus., 7.25x10.25, descriptive outline for each model, covers 16 European countries except Germany.
1994. HC. 648pp, photos/illus., 8.5x11; definitive reference volume to U.S. swords, sword makers, & sword dealers from Colonial times to present; contains data on other edged weapons & their makers, including knives, dirks, naval & infantry pikes, cavalry lances, halberds, tomahawks, bayonets & early gun makers; more than 240 photos...
1994. SC. 648pp, photos/illus., 8.5x11; definitive reference volume to U.S. swords, sword makers, & sword dealers from Colonial times to present; contains data on other edged weapons & their makers, including knives, dirks, naval & infantry pikes, cavalry lances, halberds, tomahawks, bayonets & early gun makers; more than 240 photos...
1998. First printing. HC. 376pp, more than 400 photos, 8.5x11, new information on makers & dealers of swords, bowie knives, tomahawks & guns as well as silversmiths who mounted swords; included are high-grade Tiffany & Co. presentation swords, Tiffany & Co. silversmigh sketches of preproduction sword designs, rare Civil War...
2000. HC. 235pp, photos/illus., 8.5x11; includes photos & illustrations of German swords from Prussia, Bavaria, Wurttemberg, Saxony & Austria, more than 300 illustrations of German sword maker blade marks spaning five centures; rare sketches & photos of German sword makers & their factories; listing of German sword makers who exported...
2003. HC. 408pp, photos/illus., 8.5x11; detailed information on: English sword makers from 14th century & Scottish makers from 16th century through renowned Wilkinson Sword Company & other major sword manufacturers of today; important early English sword- & blade-making communities of Hounslow Heath & Shotley Bridge, & influential Cutlers Company of...
1990, 1994. First R P Edition. HC. 485pp, many photos/illus, 7x10; comprehensive review of all daggers made from military & civilian units during Third Reich 1933-1945; describes reproductions & fakes; includes rarity & value guide; NET.
SC. 127pp, illus., 7x10; covers all periods with emphasis on presentation weapons of the Civil War;.
1984, 2001. SC. 200pp, photos/illus., 8.5x11; chronicles in detail the background, development, & variations of both common & unusual combat knives; provides firsthand accounts by & in-depth interviews with special operations troops who used them in battle--U.S. Marine Raiders; U.S. Army Rangers; U.S., Canadian & British airborne units; Gurkhas; First.....
1997. SC. 128pp, 20 photos, 306 line drawings, 6x8.5; French text; discover ancient weapons of China, Amphora editions, collection Budoscope;.
1996. First printing. HC. 153pp, illus., 8.5x11; standard reference book for collectors who like trade knives & mountain men & buffalo hunter era (fur trade era);.
1996. CJA Ed. HC. 220pp, hundreds of illus., 8.75x11.25, great reference; NET.
2002. HC. 335pp, many line drawings/illus., some photos, 8.75x11.875; consolidates Cole's four books into one usable text that includes drawings & information about all significant United States issue & private purchase knives, bayonets, & machetes used or tested by U.S. servicemen throughout our 200+ year history; NET.
1995. First printing. HC. 464pp, many photos, illus, 8.5x11; compiled from more than 650 interviews with CIA case officers, U.S. military officials & senior Lao, Thai & North Vietnamese officers, as well as thousands of pages of declassified documents; book includes little-known details on war along Ho Chi Minh Trail...
1996. SC. 116pp, 235 line drawings, 8.5x11, covers bayonets from Model of 1892 used on Krag rifle to current issue M9 for M16.
1998. HC. 272pp, over 600 swords, 8.5x11; photographs & introduction by Norm Flayderman, edited by Stuart C. Mowbray; covers Colonial, Revolutionary, Federal, Civil War, Eagle Pommels, Confederate, U.S. Regulation Swords, Presentation Swords, Marine Corps Swords, Imports, Naval Cutlasses, Silver Mounted Swords, Tiffany, Horstmann, Ames; NET.
1991. HC. 184pp, many photos/illus., 8pp color, 8.5x11; study of naval armament under fighting sail covering axes, pikes & fighting blades in use between 1626-1826 tracing their development in the navies of England & Northern Europe through that of the United States;.
2000. SC. 136pp, 165 b/w illus., 7x10, drawing upon new information from archaeological digs & archival record, the author explains how to identify each bayonet & shows which types were used where & with which guns.
1984. HC. 187pp, photos/illus., 8.5x11.
2009. First printing. HC. 248pp, 900+ color photos, 8.5x11; nearly 600 fraternal swords shown with all important details & arranged by organization including directory of makers, organizations & insignia to tell rare swords from common ones; NET.
2000. HC. 336pp, 1350 photos, 9x12, covers sword terminology, historic swords, fighting knives & dirks, European silver hilted swords carried in America, American silver hilts through golden age, iron & brass mounted swords.
1998. SC. 137pp, illus., 8.5X11; types of fittings for blades & variations of those parts arranged alphabetically; woodblock illustrations for some items; Kanji & Romanji.
1998. SC. 132pp, illus., 8.5X11; types of armour & parts arranged alphabetically with woodblock illustrations for some items; Kanji & Romanji.