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Old 22nd October 2021, 07:15 PM   #1
francantolin
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Default WW1-WW2 kindjal ? Stamp/Signature on the blade

Hello dear members,

I wanted to show you the kindjal I just received,
I don't think it's an old piece but it's authentic,
made for use, not just a deco-glory piece.

A nice bone or ivory piece on one side of the hilt,
backside is horn.

The scabbard is interesting with his back brown leather piece and the leather passing through the iron suspension piece,
the final tip is not original.

The leather parts looks 20th century for me,
a military ''look''
but nothing to compare with regular army beibut dagger swords...

There is a signature on the blade ( arabic script ??)
so it must be a caucasian origin (?)

What do you think ?

Kind regards
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