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Old 12th September 2017, 09:39 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Rick
But what if it had been in a glacial mass and had just melted out 100 years ago.
They're finding bodies in the Alps from 50 years ago or older these days; Iceman etc.

Even IF... then why isn't it together with the scales? Why would be the grip completely rotten away and the tang beneath almost intact? The very same process that consumed the scales, should have left its bite on the tang as well. At least that's my theory.

It may be a genuine find but... too many question marks for me.
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