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Old 4th February 2018, 07:18 PM   #31
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Thank you Ian! I've found it by accident and some sleepless hours.

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Congrats, Detlef! Certainly a rare find...
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Old 5th February 2018, 07:53 PM   #33
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Thank you Kai, it's the first time that I've seen one for selling!
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Are there documented blades known from the Badui people?

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they have a bedog style of golok with a distinct handle shape.. these can be purchased online if you search golok badui or golok baduy they are quite short hand handles quite large.. there handles are all wood normally lack wood.. as they dont keep large animals
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they have a bedog style of golok with a distinct handle shape.. these can be purchased online if you search golok badui or golok baduy they are quite short hand handles quite large.. there handles are all wood normally lack wood.. as they dont keep large animals


Thank you Julius,
when we looked to the same sites I nearly would say that this as golok Badui described and offered knives are indeed just bedogs.

I have learned later how they look (the Badui swords), the shown one was once for sale, this few pictures I keep.

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And here a few new pictures from the Tengger "bolo".
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