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Old 22nd May 2014, 10:41 PM   #1
blue lander
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Default Tulwar with "dukari" mark

This ended about a week ago on e-bay and unfortunately I didn't win it. I don't know the first thing about tulwars, but the shape of the blade on this one seems very atypical. Also of interest is that it appears to have the man in the moon stamp usually associated with North African blades. Any thoughts on where this blade might have originated?
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