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Presentation sword (jian) and scabbard China, Ming dynasty, Yongle period, 1402–1424 (detail) | British Museum - Timeline

Presentation sword (jian) and scabbard China, Ming dynasty, Yongle period, 1402–1424 (detail) | British Museum - Timeline

A jian (sword)    provenance:	 	China dating:	 	second quarter of the 20th Century.

A jian (sword) provenance: China dating: second quarter of the 20th Century.

Sword: provenance: Vietnam  dimensions: length 75 cm.  dating: 19th Century

Sword: provenance: Vietnam dimensions: length 75 cm. dating: 19th Century

A jian (sword)    provenance:	 	China dating:	 	first quarter of the 20th Century.

A jian (sword) provenance: China dating: first quarter of the 20th Century.

Twin Jian Swords, end of 17th century (Qing Dynasty), Chinese

Twin Jian Swords, end of 17th century (Qing Dynasty), Chinese

Ceremonial Sword, steel blade, jade handle; silver sheath inlaid with coral and turquoise; silk tassel, 18th century, Eastern Tibet or Mongolia, Los Angeles County Museum A

Ceremonial Sword, steel blade, jade handle; silver sheath inlaid with coral and turquoise; silk tassel, 18th century, Eastern Tibet or Mongolia, Los Angeles County Museum A

Mounting for a Tachi type Sword.      Dated: Edo period, 17th century.  | Copyright © 2013 Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Mounting for a Tachi type Sword. Dated: Edo period, 17th century. | Copyright © 2013 Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Dated: 17th century Culture: Tibetan or Chinese Medium: steel, brass, enamel Measurements: blade lenght 28 5/8 inches (72.7cm) Provenance: George Cameron Stone, New York (until d. November 18, 1935; his bequest to MMA)

Dated: 17th century Culture: Tibetan or Chinese Medium: steel, brass, enamel Measurements: blade lenght 28 5/8 inches (72.7cm) Provenance: George Cameron Stone, New York (until d. November 18, 1935; his bequest to MMA)

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