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Circa 1796 Pattern British Infantry Sword (1796 -1821).  This image shows the sword hilt and decorative metal on upper section of the scabbard.

Circa 1796 Pattern British Infantry Sword This image shows the sword hilt and decorative metal on upper section of the scabbard.

The short version of the Ottoman kilij sometimes known as ''pala'', with deeply curved wide blade and ‘T’ spine, used from the early 17 C. for more than 300 years well into the 20th C, T-section spine blade extending to the yelman, decorated in gold overlay with panels of arabesques and three panels of inscriptions. Brass guard engraved with a tendril. Grip scales of translucent brown horn. Leather-covered scabbard, the long brass mounts engraved with florals. 27 inch. 18th to 19th century.

The short version of the Ottoman kilij sometimes known as ''pala'', with deeply curved wide blade and ‘T’ spine.

Kiliç Sword.  Dated: 17th century . Culture: Ottoman (Turkish). | Copyright © 2015 Tom’s Arsenal

Kiliç Sword. Dated: 17th century . Culture: Ottoman (Turkish). | Copyright © 2015 Tom’s Arsenal

Ottoman Kilij, 18th century, steel, wood, turquoise, coral, emerald, gold, L. 35 1/2 in. (90.2 cm), Met Museum.

Ottoman Kilij, 18th century, steel, wood, turquoise, coral, emerald, gold, L. 35 1/2 in. (90.2 cm), Met Museum.

Prussian Sword Hilt

Prussian Sword Hilt Von Reibnitz to Von Blumenthal

A HORSE-HEADED JADE-HILTED SWORD (TULWAR)  INDIA, 19TH CENTURY  With curved blade, with dense gold-damascened foliated decoration to the forte, the hilt inset with gemstones, with gold bridle and necklace, the steel sheath with brass mounts 35in. (89cm.) long

A HORSE-HEADED JADE-HILTED SWORD (TULWAR) INDIA, 19TH CENTURY With curved blade, with dense gold-damascened foliated decoration to the forte, the hilt inset with gemstones, with gold bridle and necklace, the steel sheath with brass mounts 35in. (89cm.) long

Saber, hilt, 19th century; blade, probably 18th century with early 19th century decoration. Hilt, Turkish or N. African; blade, Iranian, Turkish decoration. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935 (36.25.1632) | The fine blade of crucible ("watered") steel is typically Iranian but was decorated at a later date by a Turkish craftsman. The decoration includes verses from the "Burda," a mystical poem by the thirteenth-century author al-Bu Siri. #sword

The fine blade of crucible ("watered") steel is typically Iranian but was decorated at a later date by a Turkish craftsman. The decoration includes verses from the "Burda," a mystical poem by the thirteenth-century author al-Bu Siri

Persian shamshir, Persian damascus steel blade dated A.H. 1162 or 1164/A.D. 1748–49 or 1750–51, with Indian hilt, inscribed on the blade in three gold medallions. In the top medallion: "Help from God and speedy victory" (Koran, ch. LXI, v. 13);  Central medallion: year A.H. 1162 or 1164, lowest medallion: Work of Bakir Mashhadi, very rare original sword belt, blade length, 31 in. (78.74 cm), Met museum.

Sword (Shamshir) with Scabbard and Belt, blade dated A. 1162 or

“صوره لبعض تفاصيل قبضة السيف السابق نلاحظ فيها دقة وجمال السيوف في الفتره العثمانيه”

“صوره لبعض تفاصيل قبضة السيف السابق نلاحظ فيها دقة وجمال السيوف في الفتره العثمانيه”

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