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Chinese Dagger.      Dated: 19th century.

Dated: century.

Sword and scabbard, 17th–18th century. Tibetan or Chinese. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Gift, 2003 (2003.230.1) #sword

Metallic Sculpture : Sword and scabbard

Mongolian spearhead. 16th-18th century.

Spearhead and fitted storage case

Jian Sword. Dated: 20th century. Culture: Chinese. | Copyright 2014 © Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

Jian Sword. Dated: 20th century. Culture: Chinese. | Copyright 2014 © Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

Warriors of the Himalayas      Sword and Scabbard Probably Chinese, 14th–15th century Iron, gold, silver, wood, leather L. overall 35½ (90.3 cm), blade L. 30 in. (76.2 cm)  Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds

Warriors of the Himalayas Sword and Scabbard Probably Chinese,

A dao (sabre), China, 20th century.

A dao (sabre), China, century.

chinese armor and weapons | ... Jian (sword), China 19th century. | Pre-19th century weapons, armor

A Jian (sword), China century.

Short Sword  Dated: probably 18th century Culture: Chinese

Short Sword Dated: probably century - Culture: Chinese

Twin Dao Swords Dated: circa 18th century Culture: Chinese Medium: steel, copper, silk, wood, leather Source: Copyright © 2016 Historical Arms & Armor

Twin Dao Swords Dated: circa century Culture: Chinese Medium: steel, copper, silk, wood, leather Source: Copyright © 2016 Historical Arms & Armor Wait they are real!

Chinese dao (sabre) - 19th century. Interesting note: If a blade has just one sharp edge, the Chinese consider it a 'knife'. Two sharp edges make it a 'sword'. Length and weight don't matter... I'm not putting THIS 'knife' in my pocket, boot, or anything else but a scabbard!

A Chinese century dao (sabre/sword).

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