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Original Indian 19th Century Tulwar Zulfikar Sword with Scabbard

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. According to the tradition of the Islam, the prophet Muhammad had two swords. The first was a straight blade sword, common to the period, which is now shown in the Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul. The second sword is believed to have a split blade. It was given to Ali, the prophet’s son in law, who fought with it many great battles and seen great victories. The sword was nicknamed Zulfikar (Lord of cleaving). This sword is lost, and no one really knows what its shape was. Many attempts to describe the Zulfikar have been made during the development of Islamic swords.

One possibility is the sword offered here or sale: An Indian Shamshir based sword, early to mid 19 century, with a good quality curved and wavy 29 inch blade. The hilt is a classical Tulwar shape with original leather scabbard. Total length 33 inches.

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