Antique 17th century Indo Persian Sword Firangi
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Antique 17th century circa 1650, Indian Mughal horsemans sword Firangi. The name Firangi is derived from Frank (Western Foreigner), and was given to these swords in the 17 Century by Indians, as the blades for these swords were imported European blades, which were highly valued. Details: A long straight single edged steel blade of European origin with two fullers stamped and mounted in the classical Khanda form iron hilt with a guard and pommel spike. MEASUREMENTS: Overall length: 117.5 cm (46 ¼ inches), length of the blade 102 cm (40 1/8 inches), width of the blade 1 3/8 in (3.5cm). CONDITION: In good condition considering its age with a nice old patina, except for some pitting, which can be expected from an over 300 year old sword.
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