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    Lot of 4 Tourist Grade Daggers. Comprising: 1) Example with 9-inch, slightly curved etched blade with carved bone handle. 2) Example with 8-inch slightly curved, etched blade with serrations. Carved crystal grip. 3) Dagger with carved bone handle and scabbard. 7 1/4-inch, slightly curved, etched blade. Scabbard with decorative, brass tip. 4) Cased Jambiya. 4 1/2-inch curved blade. Brass grip and scabbard. Contained in green felt case. Condition: 1) Fair to good. Blade with wear and pitting. Loose fit to grip. 2) Good. Moderate age wear and patina. 3) Fair to good. Blade with age wear and patina. Scattered fine pitting. Crack to grip. 4) Fine to excellent. Minor storage wear.

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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2012
    30th-1st Monday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 0
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