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Old 4th July 2021, 07:35 PM   #1
Drabant1701
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Default Yataghan for comment. Greek?

So I got this Yataghan recently. 80cm long, leather scabbard, plain blade with makers mark, silver bolster and pommel. Based on the bolster only I would say its greek. But I cant really find a compareble example with the wire grip and leather scabbard. Maybe the scabbard is a replacement and the grip is later What do you think?
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