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    Lot of 3 Daggers. Comprising: 1) Khanjar With Leather Scabbard. 12-inch slightly curved blade with double fuller. Alabaster grip with red dots and carved decoration. Brown leather scabbard with tooled brass mountings. 2) Turkish Dagger and Brass Scabbard. 10 1/4-inch slightly curved, etched blade. Wood and bone carved grip. Hand-tooled brass scabbard. 3) Khanjar with Leather Scabbard. 8-inch curved blade with double fullers. Shaped bone grip with iron knuckleguard. Contained in leather scabbard with tooled brass tip. Condition: 1) Fair as configured. Blade with spots and stains. Unfinished tang. Grip not attached to blade. Scabbard with dryness and losses to leather. 2) Good. Age wear and light soiling. 3) Fair to good. Age wear and patina to dagger. Scuffs and losses to scabbard.

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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2012
    30th-1st Monday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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