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Old 1st October 2019, 10:14 AM   #1
MForde
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Default A Qajar 'Revival' Sword

The iron hilt still shows traces of silver wire inlaid to show lines and swirls and it holds a sweeping blade tightly. This blade is light and flexible—yet sturdy—and almost every part of it has been etched to show courtly portraits and calligraphy set within panels. On both sides, a meandering snake winds its way down the blade from the tip, flanked by a yelmen. The brown scabbard is a modern replacement.

£1,000

I'm selling this on behalf of a friend. If you'd like more photographs or details please send me a message and I'll be happy to oblige.

Many thanks,

Matt
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