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Kara-Taban Tulwar Place of Origin: India Date: 1874 AD

Kara-Taban Tulwar Place of Origin: India Date: 1874 AD

Saber with Scabbard and Carrying Belt Date: early 17th century Culture: Polish Medium: Steel, partly etched and gilt; gilt-silver, leather, wood, textile, semiprecious stones

Saber with Scabbard and Carrying Belt Date: early 17th century Culture: Polish Medium: Steel, partly etched and gilt; gilt-silver, leather, wood, textile, semiprecious stones

A tulvar with lion's head-shaped pommel, India 19th century.

A tulvar with lion's head-shaped pommel, India 19th century.

Laura's rapier and dagger. Edward got her a pair rather than the one sword she asked for.

Laura's rapier and dagger. Edward got her a pair rather than the one sword she asked for.

A tulwar, wide, curved, flat, single -and false-edged blade strengthened at the back, stamped; typical, iron hilt, decorated with gold and silver inlays depicting floral motifs, provided with guard and slightly convex, disc-shaped pommel. Wooden scabbard with green velvet covering, iron rings, gold-inlaid chape decorated with racemes.   dimensions: length 87 cm.   provenance: India   dating: 19th Century.

A tulwar, wide, curved, flat, single -and false-edged blade strengthened at the back, stamped; typical, iron hilt, decorated with gold and silver inlays depicting floral motifs, provided with guard and slightly convex, disc-shaped pommel. Wooden scabbard with green velvet covering, iron rings, gold-inlaid chape decorated with racemes. dimensions: length 87 cm. provenance: India dating: 19th Century.

Extremely rare early smallsword with finely carved ivory hilt, Sinhalese, ca. 1680.

Extremely rare early smallsword with finely carved ivory hilt, Sinhalese, ca. 1680.

Haladie (ca. 18th-19th Century Ottoman (?) Syrian Weapon) (1935, Bequest of George C. Stone, Met Museum) | Steel, bone, H. 20 5/8 in. (52.4 cm); W. 1 9/16 in. (4 cm); Wt. 8.7 oz. (246.6 g)

Haladie (ca. 18th-19th Century Ottoman (?) Syrian Weapon) (1935, Bequest of George C. Stone, Met Museum) | Steel, bone, H. 20 5/8 in. (52.4 cm); W. 1 9/16 in. (4 cm); Wt. 8.7 oz. (246.6 g)

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