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    Lot of 2 Moro Weapons. Comprising: 1) Moro Kris. 23-inch slightly curved blade with serpentine edge. Traditional form blade with phallic shaped ivory grip [added at a later time]. 2) Moro Sword and Scabbard. Composite sword with 26-inch, slightly curved European blade. The remainder is of kris form. Serrated guard, round ferrule, wire-wrapped grip, carved ivory pommel. Contained in fitted kris wooden scabbard. 2-piece wood construction and grass wrapped. Condition: 1) Good as configured. Blade a fine gray patina with scattered patches of moderate pitting. Nick at tip. 2) Fair as configured. Cleaned blade with scattered fine pitting. Heavy patina to grip and losses to wire wrap. Scabbard with heavy age wear and patina. Losses to wraps.

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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2012
    30th-1st Monday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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