Indian Tulwar and Pulouar Swords, 18th/19th C
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North Indian Pulouar with iron hilt; typical down-turned quillons, long langets, and disc pommel. Remains of decoration on the ricasso. Single-edged curved 27 ½" unfullered blade, broken and welded together at midpoint. Tulwar with iron hilt of typical form with short quillons, long langets, disc pommel, and integral knucklebow. Disc pommel somewhat bent. Single-edged curved 26 ½" unfullered blade, broken and welded together at midpoint. Both swords uncleaned, showing age and rust patina. Blades could be greatly improved with proper grinding.
- Tuckasegee, North Carolina
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- ca. 1800
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