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A large Indian Khanda broadsword, circa 18th Century, probably North or Central Indian.  Of all steel construction, the quality can be see in the attention to detail. The basket hilt has some nice intricate design, as do the blade straps that reach down the blade from the hilt.  Of completely solid construction, and retaining a very sharp double edged blade. The blade is very flexible and has light scratching to the surface of the blade. Nice broad spatula tipped blade as is typical on the…

A large Indian Khanda broadsword, circa 18th Century, probably North or Central Indian. Of all steel construction, the quality can be see in the attention to detail. The basket hilt has some nice intricate design, as do the blade straps that reach down the blade from the hilt. Of completely solid construction, and retaining a very sharp double edged blade. The blade is very flexible and has light scratching to the surface of the blade. Nice broad spatula tipped blade as is typical on the…

Pata Sword  Dated: 17th century Culture: South Indian, Deccan Measurements: overall length: 44in (1115mm). Blade length: 32.5in (825mm)

Pata Sword Dated: century Culture: South Indian, Deccan Measurements: overall length: Blade length:

Indian Khanda, 19th century, very large and impressive sword measures 102cms long and has a blade length of 77cms. The early basket hilt supports a very heavy and broad blade of 19th century manufacture. The early hilt retains parts of its original silver koftgari, the blade is excellent quality, heavy and sharp. It has multiple fullers, decorative aspects shaped in to the blade and a broad single cutting edge with a partial back edge.

Indian Khanda, century, very large and impressive sword measures

Dragon slayer by 1Darkfalcon

Dragon slayer by 1Darkfalcon

"Nandaka" (sword of Vishnu), perhaps 1600s Nayar (Nair) caste, Kerala, southern India

"Nandaka" (sword of Vishnu), perhaps Nayar (Nair) caste, Kerala, southern India

Oriental-Arms: Very Good Khanda / Patisa Sword with Damascus Blade

Oriental-Arms: Very Good Khanda / Patisa Sword with Damascus Blade

Oriental-Arms: Good 18 C. Wootz Khanda Sword, India

Oriental-Arms: Good 18 C.

Photo #1 of Rare 18th C. South Indian SUKHELA Rapier with flamberge wootz blade

South Indian SUKHELA Rapier with flamberge wootz blade

Long sword varients

Long sword varients

This is Malice and Spite, a weapon which is capable of splitting into two swords for duel wielding, or remain in one blade for a powerful single sword u.

Indian (Southern) tabar axe with applied copper decoration, wood haft with an iron spine secured by riveted copper floral rosettes.

Indian (Southern) tabar axe with applied copper decoration, wood haft with an iron spine secured by riveted copper floral rosettes.

Indian "Firangi" (White Foreigner) Sword w/ Tulwar Hilt

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Indian Sosun Patta.

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A fine and rare Sword 16th/17th century India Hindu Khanda / Pattissa large & heavy, rare hilt type www.swordsantiqueweapons.com

Buyers and sellers of antique swords, weapons and related artifacts. Fine and rare authentic antique swords, daggers & edged weapons from all corners of the world.

Indian kirach sword.

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Would This Indian Sword Classify as a Sousson Patah?

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