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Serrated Tulwar Sword
- Dated: 19th century or earlier
- Culture: Indian
- Measurements: overall length of 34” with a 29” blade
A very rare and unusual straight Indian sword with a serrated edge and double tipped blade. The Tulwar style handle has silver kaftgari that is mostly intact. The unusual blade is well made with a toothy deeply serrated edge that splits into two points (similar to the S-shaped Zulfikar sword), most likely for puncturing chain mail. The center of the blade has rows of small sideways fullers on both sides. On one side of the blade there is a cartouche with remnants of red pigment.
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19th Century chainsword. Pretty fuckin’ cool.
Very similar to M. Assistant’s blade…
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