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    Armor: Antique Indo-Persian Islamic Steel Trident Spear Points, Short Sword, and Ceremonial Battle Axe, Nineteenth Century. The two spear points are highly decorative tridents, approximately 22" long, decorated on both sides with chiseled work highlighted with gold koftgari. The short sword has an 11.75" blade and an overall length of 18.5". The grip and the mountings at the throat and point on the velvet covered scabbard are etched. The scabbard mountings have gilt highlights. The ceremonial battle axe has a very good curved steel blade, 8" point to point, decorated on both sides with chiseled work highlighted with gold koftgari. The spike is 5.25", the haft is etched, and the butt has a stylized animal with open mouth. The axe measures 33.5" overall. Fine.

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    June, 2011
    25th Saturday
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