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Old 23rd May 2014, 01:15 PM   #6
Ibrahiim al Balooshi
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Originally Posted by Congoblades


Salaams Congoblades~ I wondered when this one would surface..I looked closely at the moon stamps on N African blades and brushed against this reference some time ago... Is it related to the single or double Dukari stamps ? (The funny faced moons). Moons are traceable to Juan Martin, Toledo and later to Peter Munich of Solingen.

The sword, though possibly not a genuine article, appears to have Tulvar hilt...and a concocted blade which I cannot be sure is either of the Storta type or the Persian Quddera with peculiar Indian marks in the incised portraits.. which seem to be Indian deities...Whilst it could be some sort of religious item it equally could be a tourist sword...at home on the stage rather than in a serious collection perhaps.

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