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Old 13th June 2019, 08:06 PM   #1
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Default Decorative Whotsits

Picked up a cheap pair of whotsits, described as Handcrafted French "medieval style" swords 103cm. with 93cm blades. Fancy bronzer hilt on one withstanding man emblems that look like half a Zwilling Henckels symbol, other appears to have beed rehilted with a simple cross guard and grip. Deeply well decorated blades on both. Any info, good or bad, will be appreciated. I'll probably leather cover the wood grip & maybe wire wind it. Might it have had a similar bronze hilt to the other at some point? Patinated blades I'll just oil. They'll look purdy and a step up from tourist junk if not very old...
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