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Rolex - GMT Master 1675 Jubilee Strap

Nicknamed "Pepsi" by Rolex aficionados, the enthusiasm for the GMT-Master is undeniable.

Sabres with karabela hilt, late 17th century or around 1700, Ottoman Empire or Polish, Museum Hessen Kassel.

Sabres with karabela hilt, late century or around Ottoman Empire or Polish, Museum Hessen Kassel.

Dagger with Sheath, Place of creation: Russia Author (Master) : Boyarshinov…

The short version of the Ottoman kilij sometimes known as ''pala'', with deeply curved wide blade and ‘T’ spine, used from the early 17 C. for more than 300 years well into the 20th C. The hilt of classical form is made of brass cross guard and horn grips with bulbous pommel and brass grip strap. The original wood scabbard is covered with leather, mounted with chased brass locket and chape. length 32.09 INCHES (81.5cm), blade 26.77 INCHES (68cm), length with scabbard 33.86 INCHES (86cm).

The short version of the Ottoman kilij sometimes known as ''pala'', with deeply…

André Andersson Custom Damascus Knives

André Andersson Custom Damascus Knives - Knives, Daggers, Swords and Artknives from Sweden Weapon

"A flexible rapier made during the 19th century in Toledo, Spain."

A rapier, manufactured in the century by the technology of the old masters as a gift to one high-ranking person. Such exceptionally flexible rapiers were made in Toledo in the beginning of century. They were sold in gun shops and coiled.

Ottoman kilij (sabre), about 1560, the blade probably Syrian, about 1500. The Royal Armouries at Leeds.

Ottoman kilij (sabre), about the blade probably Syrian, about Kept in the Royal Armouries at Leeds.

Ottoman hancer / court dagger, 18th to 19th century, steel, ivory, silver, wood, possibly coral, L. of blade 14 1/2 in. (36.8 cm) L. with sheath 20 11/16 in. (52.5 cm); L. without sheath 19 1/2 in. (49.5 cm); W. 2 3/16 in. (5.6 cm); Wt. 14.1 oz. (399.7 g); Wt. of sheath 6.9 oz. (195.6 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

Ottoman hancer / court dagger, 18th to 19th century, steel, ivory, silver, wood, possibly coral, L. of blade 14 1/2 in. (36.8 cm) L. with sheath 20 11/16 in. (52.5 cm); L. without sheath 19 1/2 in. (49.5 cm); W. 2 3/16 in. (5.6 cm); Wt. 14.1 oz. (399.7 g); Wt. of sheath 6.9 oz. (195.6 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

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