SCARCE MASSIVE BRONZE SHORT SWORD, LIKELY TURKMENISTAN / UZBEKISTAN DATING TO 1200-800 BC.
The sword attractive with a heavy blade, rather broad and with a strongly pronounced central midrib. The handle recessed to take inlays of bone or wood, with the handle ending in a crescent shape.
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LARGE PATINATED DANISH NEOLITHIC CHICSEL, DATING TO THE SINGLEGRAVE PERIOD, 2800-2400 BC.
An attractively patinated chicsel, knapped and polished by an expert silex axe maker in the later neolithic period in Denmark. Finely curving broadsides, extensively polished but leaving the sides unpolished, a very attractive combination. ...click for details
AN UNUSUAL LARGE BACTRIAN BRONZE DAGGER, 3RD. MILLENIUM BC.
One of the earliest types of bronze daggers with a cast handle known. This dagger is highly unusual, due to it'e broad blade and handle and massive casting, comparing to other known specimens. ...click for details