Wwi Imperial Russian Bebut Kindjal Short Sword 1910 Zlatoust W/ Scabbard


Wwi Imperial Russian Bebut Kindjal Short Sword 1910 Zlatoust W/ Scabbard

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Wwi Imperial Russian Bebut Kindjal Short Sword 1910 Zlatoust W/ Scabbard:
$523


Up for sale is this Russian WWI Bebut Short Sword, with 1910 date and the Zlatoust factory mark. The Sword is 23 3/8” in length with a 17 1/4”double edged slightly curved blade in excellent condition, having no discernible nicks and clear markings on both sides. The center of the blade has 2 fullers and the Czar's arsenal mark. The brass riveted wooden hilt is rock solid and has a great aged patina. The scabbard is in very good used condition with a small rub and a dent in one side of the brass tip. The scabbards brass throat ring is stamped with A 15, as is one side of the blade. This is daggers “bebout” M1907 and saw use by machine gun crews and artillery troops. This sword was confiscated from a German Police station in early 1945. It has spent the last 68 years in a closet. If there are questions not answered by the pictures, please e-mail before offerding. Shipping is $12.00 Priority Shipping with Insurance and Delivery Confirmation.


Wwi Imperial Russian Bebut Kindjal Short Sword 1910 Zlatoust W/ Scabbard:
$523

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