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Late 18th c-ealry 19th c Gold hilted Tulwar for sale.

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Late 18thc-ealry 19thc Gold hilted Tulwar for sale.

retains most of the gold work on the hilt
the blade seems to be carbon steel and not wootz. I have not tired to acid etch there is a chance it is pattern welded or wootz.
No scabbard with this sword.

£1200- or closest offer
No trades looking for cash only.

I can take bank transfer/paypal.

Free next day postage to UK.
Worldwide postage available on request + quote.

email me on singh_the_end@hotmail.co.uk
or PM me. Thank you!

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