19th / 20th Century Rare Sudanese Full Crocodile Skin Kaskara,
Kassite dynasty, about 1400-1100 BC. Possibly from Kirmanshah, western Iran…
Edward VII's Diamond Embellished Jaipur Scimitar India, 1902 Gold, coloured enamel, diamonds, steel Sword 88.5 cm, Scabbard 89.7 cm This extraordinarily richly decorated sword and scabbard, set with 719 diamonds, was presented to King Edward
詠春-Doppelmesser (八斬刀) - Kampfkunst-Board
Hall in Tirol 1496 Blankwaffe: Jagdschwert: Hirschfänger Besitzer: Kaiser Maximilian I. Sohn d. Friedrich III. von Habsburg 1459 - 1519 Hersteller: Hans Sumersperger, (Messerschmied) 1492 - 1498 in Hall/Tirol nachweisbar
Sudanese Kaskara of the 19th Century Overall length 110 cm The sword has a straight, double-edged, European blade, grooved at the centre of the first part and engraved with sun, moon and stars under the effigy of an arm holding a sabre coming out of a cloud. The massive, iron hilt features a cross-shaped quillon, silver grip and pommel richly engraved and decorated with jade and cabochon stones.
Solid bronze ancient Asian sword, the bottom of the handle is made of jade with a decorative pattern. Encrusted with earthen deposits. 400 - 200 BC 15"