39. A PERSIAN KINJAL DAGGER, 18TH - 19TH CENTURY

Origin: Persia, 18th - 19th century.

Length in scabbard – 47,8 cm, without – 43 cm, blade – 33,5 cm.

Blade: straight double edged tapering blade with one short narrow fuller, decorated with geometric ornament. On one side, near the grip, an image with a bird between floral motifs.

Hilt: a gilt is made of two grip plates – light bone in obverse and dark wood in reverse. Grip plates are riveted to the tang with three iron rivets.

Scabbard: wooden scabbard covered with black leather, iron fittings.

Condition report: blade in good condition, light pitting from corrosion in some places, insignificant scratches, areas of dark patina. Bone grip plate with cracks, split in three parts, but still stable, with scratches and dents, natural patina. Wooden grip plate with scratches and dents. Leather of the scabbard with a certain amount of wear according to an age, some scratches, insignificant dents, iron fittings with dark brown patina.

Sale No 11129

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10 April 2019 19:00

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Estimate 900-1100 EUR

7TH MILITARY, ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES AUCTION,

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