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Antique Russian Kindjal Dagger Cossack Sword Silver 84 EK Stamp Caucasian Knife

Antique Russian Kindjal Dagger Cossack Sword Silver 84 EK Stamp Caucasian Knife

Collectible Knives, Sword, Blade, Stamp, Stamps, Llamas, Swords

Russian Shasqua

Russian Shasqua with bayonet on the scabbard

Ottoman throwing spears (Jarids) and quiver, circa 1680, the plain steel arrowheads with quadrangular tips, wooden hafts and silver terminals formed as tubular sockets decorated with chased and engraved medallions containing floral sprays, the wooden quiver mounted with blue-green velvet, the silver chape, lock and suspension loops decorated en suite, the lock with traces of gilding, 83.8cm.

Ottoman jarid javelins and quiver, circa the plain steel arrowheads with…

Antique Russian Kindjal Dagger Cossack Sword Silver 84 EK Stamp Caucasian Knife

Antique Russian Kindjal Dagger Cossack Sword Silver 84 EK Stamp Caucasian Knife

Collectible Knives, Sword, Blade, Stamp, Stamps, Llamas, Swords

Handmade caucasian dagger kinjal kindjal knife sword russian empire

Handmade caucasian dagger kinjal kindjal knife sword russian empire

Glamdring was originally borne by Turgon, the King of Gondolin.[1] He must have wielded it with strength during the Nirnaeth Arnoediad or the Fall of Gondolin, for the Orcs named it "Beater", and fled before it. Even up until the late Third Age, orcs of the Misty Mountains knew of this legendary sword.

Glamdring

Glamdring (also called Foe-Hammer) was a two-handed sword, forged for Turgon, the King of Gondolin during the First Age. ALSO GANDALF'S SWORD!

RARE Zlatoust Made Russian 1830s Kindjal Dagger

Russian and Caucasian Antique Weapons for Sale.

Адыгэ уанэ. Мастер Арсен Хоконов из Чегема.

Адыгэ уанэ. Мастер Арсен Хоконов из Чегема.

Caucasian (possibly northern Dagestan) qama dagger, ca. 1840–50, steel, wood, silver, niello, Met Museum.

Caucasian (possibly northern Dagestan) qama dagger, ca. 1840–50, steel, wood, silver, niello, Met Museum.

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Caucasian (possibly northern Dagestan) qama dagger, ca. 1840–50, steel, wood, silver, niello, L. with sheath 23 1/8 in. (58.7 cm); L. of sheath 18 3/4 in. (47.6 cm); W. 2 1/8 in. (5.4 cm); Wt. 20.8 oz. (589.7 g); Wt. of sheath 12 oz. (340.2 g), Met Museum.

Caucasian (possibly northern Dagestan) qama dagger, ca. 1840–50, steel, wood, silver, niello, L. with sheath 23 1/8 in. (58.7 cm); L. of sheath 18 3/4 in. (47.6 cm); W. 2 1/8 in. (5.4 cm); Wt. 20.8 oz. (589.7 g); Wt. of sheath 12 oz. (340.2 g), Met Museum.

Ottoman kilij, 19th century, wootz steel blade ( visible in the groove) with 4 cartouches of koranic verses, iron mounts and spiral stiched leather scabbard decorated en suite with gold koftgari foliages and volutes, horn grip (possibly rhino horn).

Late-Ottoman 'kilij', century, wootz steel blade ( visible in the groove) with 4 cartouches of koranic verses, iron mounts and spiral stiched leather scabbard decorated en suite with gold koftgari foliages and volutes, horn grip (possibly rhino horn).

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