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An Ottoman coral-mounted steel Yataghan Turkey, dated AH 1216/ AD 1801-2.  | © Bonhams 2001-2014

Ottoman coral-mounted steel ‘yatağan’ (sword with forward bend). Turkish work, dated: AH AD

AN OTTOMAN TOMBAK SWORD (YATAGHAN) AND SCABBARD, TURKEY, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY

Late-Ottoman ‘yatağan’ (sword with forward bend, also called ‘tombak’); with scabbard.

"Directoire" Hussar Officer Sword.      Dated: circa 1795-1800.     Culture: French.

"Directoire" Hussar Officer Sword, French, from circa

Looks strange for a sword but maybe this is how future swords look like. At least until they invent the lightsabers

Looks strange for a sword but maybe this is how future swords look. At least until they invent the lightsabers.

rhino dagger - 43,5 cm.jpg - African sword and knife - African Weapons

jpg - African sword and knife - African Weapons

Ottoman yatagan, 19th century, typical, slightly curved, single-edged blade with double rear groove, blued at the first part, with a round, gold cartouche with Arabic inscription, and decorations with inscriptions in gold. It has a gilt copper hilt, decorated with filigree and large cabochon corals and glasses. The walrus ivory grip scales features the typical large ‘ears’, while the wooden scabbard is covered in leather and has simple iron mounts. overall length 75 cm.

Ottoman yatagan, century, typical, slightly curved, single-edged blade…

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