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    Lot of Four Assorted Knives. Comprising: 1) Indo-Persian Khanjar. Engraved 11-inch curved blade. Brass ferrule. Ivory grips. No scabbard. 2) Satanic Dagger. 8-inch unmarked serpentine blade. One-piece cast brass hilt with integral crossbones guard and skull pommel. No scabbard. 3) Unmarked contemporary dagger. 9-inch spearpoint blade of diamond section. Brass crossguard. Stacked transparent plexiglas grip with brass pommel and hex nut finial. No scabbard. 4) Commercial tourist grade Indo-Persian jambiya with engraved brass scabbard and two hanger rings. 9 1/2- curved blade marked: Cast Steel.
    Condition: All are good to very good, showing age wear, pitting and minor blemishes. #4 with solder repairs present on grip.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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