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    Exquisite Jeweled Hungarian Pallasch with Original Scabbard, Late 17th C

    Exquisite Jeweled Hungarian Pallasch with Original Scabbard, Late 17th C

    $9,500

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    About this item

    Featuring broad 35" very sharp double-edged blade with wide shallow central fuller
    stamped with “ME FECIT” one side and “SOLINGEN” on the other side with decorative
    borders and stylized crosses; ricasso with line borders and stamped stars on both sides.
    Iron guard with double down-turned quillons with acorn-shaped finials, recurved
    knucklebow with acorn finial.  Faceted brass-covered grip with capstan pommel, the
    surfaces lightly engraved with scroll work and inlaid with two green gem stones in rosette
    settings on both sides; pommel cap with oval green gem and red teardrop-shaped gem in
    rosette settings.  Original leather-over-wood scabbard with brass mounts decorated ensuite
    and bearing green gems on the obverse; leather surfaces embossed with floral decor,
    scroll work, and line borders.  Overall length 39 3/4", not including scabbard.  Excellent
    quality and condition, showing only minor wear, a few small patches of pitting on the blade,
    and minor scuffs to scabbard.  Style is Hungarian, but shows an Ottoman influence in its
    decoration.  Certainly owned by a very wealthy and important nobleman and likely the only
    one of its kind in existence.

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    Additional Information

    Code

    SS1877 (MZ-40641)

    Period

    17th Century

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