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weapons 27 26th February 2013 04:04 PM

knife of central américa , identification please
 
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It measures 30 cm long, the blade 20 cm
the blade is engraved, salvador, so I think that this knife just in this country, it seems old, on the other side of the blade I think it is a serious snake..
.a man's head is also engraved with a few letters..


.can you give me your opinion please

Atlantia 26th February 2013 04:07 PM

A variation of the Brazillian Faca De Ponta.

http://www.vikingsword.com/vb/showthread.php?t=13568

Héctor 15th April 2013 01:42 AM

Olá a todos, a faca apresentada é uma ‘’faca de ponta’’, foi produzida no estado da Bahia, região nordeste do Brasil.
O nome SALVADOR, escrito na lamina, é uma alusão a capital do estado.
A figura da cabeça de um homem que esta no ricasso, é uma homenagem a Jose Maria da Silva Paranhos Junior, importante diplomata brasileiro, que foi responsável por varias tratativas sobre as fronteiras brasileiras.
As letras que aparecem sobre a figura é; RIO BRANCO , uma referencia ao titulo de nobreza de Jose Maria, que era Barão do Rio Branco.
Quanto a data de produção da lamina, levando em conta os dados históricos, e características da lamina é do inicio do ano de 1900, já que Jose Maria recebeu o titulo em 1889 e faleceu em 1912.
Neste link um pouco da historia de Jose Maria;

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jos%C3...o_do_Rio_Branco

Google trasnlate;

Hello everyone, the knife is presented a'' knife-edge'', was produced in the state of Bahia, northeastern Brazil.
SALVADOR The name written on the blade, is an allusion to the state capital.
The figure head of a man in this ricasso, is a tribute to Jose Maria da Silva Paranhos Junior important Brazilian diplomat, who was responsible for negotiations on several Brazilian borders.
The letters that appear on the figure is; RIO BRANCO, a reference to the title of nobility of Jose Maria, who was Baron of Rio Branco.
As the production date of the blade, taking into account historical data, and characteristics of the blade is the beginning of the year 1900, since Jose Maria received the title in 1889 and died in 1912.
In this link a bit of the story of Jose Maria;

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jos%C3...o_do_Rio_Branco


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