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Dress sword and scabbard
Two-hand processional sword, carried by the guard of Duke Julius of Brunswick
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This artwork is currently on display in Gallery 373
The blade is incised with the mark of the Ottoman arsenal in Istanbul, indicating that the Turks probably took this sword from a European soldier as war booty.
Marking: The blade is incised with the mark of the Ottoman arsenal in Istanbul.
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