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TWO MORO SWORDS (KAMPILAN), EARLY 20TH

CENTURY

of characteristic form, the first with hatchet-like blade pierced

and inset with brass rondels at the tip, and rattan-bound

carved wooden grip set with two United States Philippine

peso dated 1907 and 1914 respectively; the second similar, in

its rattan-bound scabbard

the first: 69.5 cm; 27

in blade

(2)

£200-300

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A LARGE MORO SILVER-MOUNTED SHORTSWORD (KERIS), LATE 19TH/20TH CENTURY

with blackened wavy blade bound with two bands of chiselled

silver at the forte, engraved silver hilt decorated with flowers,

‘beaked pommel’, in its scabbard with large silver

pendok

53.5 cm; 21 in blade

£350-450

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TWO BALINESE SHORTSWORDS (KERIS), 19TH CENTURY

the first with pattern-welded double-edged blade, paste-set

selut,

painted wooden grip bound with plaited string, in its

figured hardwood scabbard with painted

wranka;

the second

with pattern-welded wavy blade, fur-bound hardwood grip, in

its hardwood scabbard

the first: 42 cm; 16

½

in blade

(2)

£240-300

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TWO SUMATRAN SHORTSWORDS (PARANG), LATE 19TH

CENTURY

the first with patinated single-edged blade, carved horn hilt

with monsterhead pommel, chased silver ferrule, in its

wooden scabbard encased in silver chased with traditional

foliage; the second with curved pattern-welded double-edged

blade, carved horn hilt with chased silver ferrule, in its

hardwood scabbard with large silver mounts

the first: 34.5 cm; 13

in blade

(2)

£350-450

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FIVE SOUTH EAST ASIAN DAGGERS, 19TH/20TH

CENTURY

comprising a small Malaysian keris, in its figured hardwood

scabbard; three Malaysian bade bade, two in their scabbards

and the third with angular horn grip; and a Ceylonese piha

kaetta with silver-mounted carved hardwood grip, in its

scabbard

the first: 14 cm; 5

½

in blade

(5)

£200-250

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