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Old 2nd January 2022, 03:30 AM   #1
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Default Two long Visayan knives/swords

VIS 1150

Cebuano pinuti. Sometimes referred to as a lawi lawi bolo. Long, slender, slightly recurved blade in black painted wooden scabbard. Hilt is wood with a small aluminum guard. Probably WWII vintage.

Overall length = 19.25 in.
Blade = 15 in.
Hilt = 4.25 in.

Price: $90, plus shipping. PayPal only please.

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VIS 1080

Leyte/Samar knife. Sometimes referred to as a binulang sansibar. Blade has a prominent chisel grind with maximum width close to hilt. Wooden hilt has a crack along the back and a rattan wrap. Typical Leyte/Samar fluted scabbard. Probably mid-20th C.

Overall length: 18 in.
Blade = 13.5 in.
Hilt = 4.5 in.

Price: $100, plus shipping. PayPal only please.

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Please note: These items ship from Australia and may take a little longer because of COVID-19. I do not ship to Russia, China, Africa, and a few other places.

Contact me here via PM, or mail me at igreaves (at) temple (dot) edu

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Another week here and then to online auction if not sold.
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