Sold for £220
A 19th century French Court sword, having an 84cm etched triform blade, the oval hilt with pierced star decoration with gold wire inlaid handle and guard, lacking pommel, housed in a velum covered scabbard with nickel mounts, 102cm, together with a 19th century Spanish Navaja knife, having a 24.5cm etched steel blade with horn mounted grips, 52cm and a Piha Kaetta type knife, (lacking handle) 22cm. (3)
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