Saturday, December 10, 2016

Hermann Historica oHG Auction

Munich-based Hermann Historica oHG has affirmed its position as one of the leading auction houses for antiquities, antique arms and armour, firearms, and objects of military history.

Top lot of the sale was a highly detailed pair of deluxe silver-mounted flintlock pistols, made in St. Petersburg in 1770 by Ivan Permiak, which sold for 80,000 euros.
Sabre presented to General major Georg Freiherr von Krauchenberg (1776 - 1843) 52,000 euros
An intact Illyrian helmet made 21,000 Euros against an estimate of 8,000 euros
8 archer’s rings in jade made 26,000 euros

A visor cap to the tropical uniform for Air Force officers, the so-called "Hermann Maier Hat" from 1942. 2500 euros

A sabre originally gifted to Prince Henry of Prussia (1862 - 1929) sold for 42,000 euros

Late-Gothic crossbow with horn prod, tiller covered in bone inlays, German, 1500. 20,000 euros

An all-metal flintlock wender pistol 18,000 euros.

An Italian silver-inlaid storta, circa 1600. 12000 Euros

A cuirassier’s armor from Nuremberg, circa 1600/1620, 31,000 euros.

A Nazi uniform ensemble for a department leader in the district leadership. 4500 Euros
A Pseudo-Corinthian bronze helmet, forged in Apulia during the fifth to the fourth century B.C. sold for 14,000 euros.

A Southern German late Gothic sallet, Innsbruck, circa 1490. 18,000 euros
Helmet M 1852 for enlisted men and non-commissioned officers of the Royal Bavarian Hartschiere Life Guards sold for 9,000 euros.