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Old 20th December 2012, 09:34 PM   #1
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Default Bali ceremonial knife

Dear All,

finally it has found his new owner, and I think, it would be interesting to start a discussion about it:

At first sight I thought it would be the real thing, but then... one thing for sure: it would be the first one of this kind I see without the "Banji" (swastika) ornament. And there are some other strange features.

Is this one an attempt to cheat or just a less fine or more recent example of its kind?
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