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Acheen
16th–19th century
Chinese
18th–19th century
hilt and scabbard, probably Spanish; blade, German, Solingen
ca. 1790–1800
Indian
19th century
possibly French or German
ca. 1150–ca. 1250
Albanian
1782–83
Polish
ca. 1585
French
1785
Burmese or Siamese
18th century
Sumatran, Acheen
16th–19th century
Persian
19th century
Italian
early 18th century
Indonesian, Gorontalo
18th–19th century
Indian or Nepalese
19th century
Turkish
18th century
Caucasian
ca. 1850–75
French, probably Paris
ca. 1780–89
Chinese
17th century
Japanese
ca. 1615–1868
British
ca. 1780–1810
Russian, Tula
ca. 1780–90
German
1750
Turkish
19th century
Philippine
18th–19th century
possibly French
1775–1800
Chinese
18th–19th century
Turkish
A.H. 1227/ 1812 CE
North African
Possibly 18th century
Javanese
16th–19th century
Batak
16th–19th century
Algerian, Kabyle
18th–19th century
Indian
16th century
Turkish with Persian blade
18th century
possibly German
ca. 1790
Philippine, Lanao del Sur
18th–19th century
French
1770
Greek or Scythian
ca. 340–320 BCE
Richard Teed
dated 1805
hilt, Indian; blade, European
18th century
China
3rd century BCE