Indo Persian Islamic Afghan Dagger Pesh kabze Choora
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An Indo Persian Islamic Afghan dagger Peshkabze Choora circa 1940 with an older 19th century blade. Details: A very good quality straight sturdy single-edged steel blade of T shape cross-section, tapering gradually from the hilt to the point, with a wide rib at the back, engraved with scrolls, the hilt is with an eared pommel riveted to the tang with bulbous headed pegs. In its characteristic wooden scabbard encased in brass with a white metal suspension mount.
REFERENCES: A Glossary of the Construction, Decoration and Use of Arms and Armor by George Cameron Stone.
CONDITION: In good condition overall.
MEASUREMENTS: Overall length in the scabbard: 32 cm (13 5/8 in).
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