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Hanger (Hunting Sword), 1553                                                Hilt:  Italy (?); Blade:  Germany, Saxony, late 16th-17th Century

1553 hunting sword - German steel blade, gold and silver damascened hilt, poss. blade 22 in., quillions 6 in.) - Cleveland Museum of Art

Sudanese kashkara sword, photo by iainnorman.com

Sudanese kashkara sword, photo by iainnorman.com

SUDANESE "Kaskara", Sudan, (99,2 cm)

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Indian khanda hilted, firangi sword ("firangi" an Indian word meaning ‘foreigner or foreign’), a sword type which used blades manufactured in Western Europe and imported into India initially by the Portuguese, or made locally in imitation of European blades. 18-19 century. Blade 37 inches, total length 48 inches.

Indian khanda hilted, firangi sword ("firangi" an Indian word meaning ‘foreigner or foreign’), a sword type which used blades manufactured in Western Europe and imported into India initially by the Portuguese, or made locally in imitation of European blades. 18-19 century. Blade 37 inches, total length 48 inches.

SUDANESE arm dagger, Sudan, (29 cm).

SUDANESE arm dagger, Sudan, (29 cm).

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omgthatartifact: Sword Sweden, 1650 The Royal Armory, Sweden

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