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ANTIQUE OTTOMAN SWORDS AND KNIVES

August 3 2010 at 3:52 AM
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Some selected examples:

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Saber in a jeweled scabbard, L.97 cm, the Ottoman Empire, 17th century

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Yatagan of Suleyman I, 1526, length 66cm, Topkapi Museum.


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Detail from the blade, yatagan of Suleyman I, Topkapi Museum.


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Sword of Mehmed II, the Conqueror, 140cm long, 15th century, Topkapi Museum.


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Sword of Suleyman I, 16th century, length 93cm, Military Museum, Istanbul.


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Detail, sword of Suleyman I, 16th century, length 93cm, Military Museum, Istanbul


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Handle detail, yatagan of Suleyman I, 1526, Topkapi Museum.


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Ottoman Turkey, 17th century


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The blade is chiseled in relief with Koranic verses, with the surrounding areas inlaid with gold



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August 3 2010, 3:56 AM 

Some more:

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It is made in 1526 or 1527 by the court jeweler Ahmed Tekelü for the Ottoman Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent


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This decorated saber is said to have been made in 1876 for the investiture of the Ottoman sultan Murad V

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Ottoman parade sabre with karabela hilt, seventeenth century

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The Topkapi Dagger. It was made to be presented to Nadir Shah.

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Enameled and diamond studded daggers.

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Ottoman, mid 16th century, Istanbul. Jade handle inlaid with gold and set with gems.


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Yataghan and Scabbard


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Dagger and Sheath

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Dagger

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Sword with the name and blazon of Sultan Baybars

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Re: ANTIQUE OTTOMAN SWORDS AND KNIVES

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August 3 2010, 4:31 AM 

Those are some great pics thanks mate. Got any of other weapons/armour?

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August 3 2010, 4:38 AM 

From The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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August 3 2010, 4:45 AM 

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Re: ANTIQUE OTTOMAN SWORDS AND KNIVES

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August 3 2010, 6:10 AM 

if you guys could add armour to this thread? this is just marvelous. look at the freaking detail.

The most interesting part is the individualization.I have also seen a few turkish muskets hosting a few verses and decorative trims.
(for sure, not comparable to this forged level of awesomeness)

 
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August 3 2010, 6:19 AM 

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Turkish guns, 1750-1800. Musée de l'Armée, Paris.

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Yataghans from the 17th-19th century

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Bows and arrows and maces

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Ottoman volley gun with 9 barrels, early 16th century.

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Ornate Ottoman cannon, length: 385cm, cal:178mm, weight: 2910kg, stone projectile, founded 8 October 1581 in Algiers, seized by France during the invasion of Algiers in 1830. Musée de l'Armée, Paris.

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Tower flintlocks from the 17th-18th centuries

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Ottoman armour and helmets (kept in Topkap Palace)

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Swords and sheathes

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August 3 2010, 6:39 AM 

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Yatagan, ca. 1525 - 30
Made by the Workshop of Ahmed Tekelü
Turkey (Istanbul)
Steel, walrus ivory, gold, silver, rubies, turquoise, pearl

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Helmet, mid-16th century; Ottoman period
Turkish
Steel, damascened with gold

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Ottoman Sipahy in Scale Armour 1530

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XXII th century Ottoman armour.

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16th century Turkish Ottoman Horse Armour Chanfron

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OTTOMAN DECORATED GUNPOWDER HOLDER,16TH-17TH CENTURY

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16th century Turkish Ottoman Armour

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August 4 2010, 5:46 AM 

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Chamfron and cheek-pieces, Ottoman Turkey or Egypt, 18th century

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An armor for horse's head. (16th century), Topkapi Sarayi Museum, Istanbul.

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Frontal for a horse's head, gilded copper with engraving, stamp of the Imperial Armoury. 61 X 24 cm. Ottoman period, 16th century. Armoury, Topkapi Sarayi Museum, Istanbul.

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Armor, from an Ottoman soldier

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An Ottoman armor and helmet. (15th century)

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Ottoman mail and plates armor, seventeenth century

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August 4 2010, 5:51 AM 

Ottoman Rifles:

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19th century Ottoman rifle with Sultan II.Abdulhamid tugra, length 108cm, bore 13mm, muzzle loaded

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18th century Ottoman rifle, length 160cm, bore 16mm, muzzle loaded

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18th century Ottoman rifle, length 143cm, bore 15mm, muzzle loaded

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Early 19th century Ottoman rifle, length 141cm, bore 18mm, muzzle loaded

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17th century Ottoman rifle, length 154cm, bore 13mm, muzzle loaded

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Circa 1806 Ottoman rifle, length 217cm, bore 18mm, muzzle loaded

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18th century Ottoman rifle, length 232cm, bore 22mm, muzzle loaded

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17th century Ottoman rifle, length 158cm, bore 16mm, muzzle loaded

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16th century Ottoman rifle, lenght 148cm, bore 22mm, muzzle loaded


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August 4 2010, 5:56 AM 

Thats some beautiful work on the horses armour, thanks again mate

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August 4 2010, 8:29 AM 

wow amazing pics.. love the koranic sword and the black chain armor, wow

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August 4 2010, 9:15 AM 

Here are some more:

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17th century Turkish vambrace or bazu-band from the Karlsruher Turkenbeute collection

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16th century Ottoman krug or korazin

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Another type of mail-and-plate armour

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Yataghan sword 1884

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Iron Dizçek, for knee protection, 15th century

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Ceremony shield, made of willow tree, 16th century

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Ottoman shield 17th century

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Mail armour belonged to Rumeli beylerbeyi Behram Pasha (dec. 1532)

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Sirvansah, belonged to Sultan Halid I (dec. 1464)




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August 4 2010, 9:26 AM 

16th century steel armour:

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15th century helmets:

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Conic style helmet, 17th century

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Helmet of Orhan Gazi



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August 4 2010, 9:35 AM 

Turkish ceremonial Tombak gold helmets and shield:

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August 4 2010, 12:26 PM 




i went to royal armouries in leeds 2 years ago and so lots of weapons armour that was used by turks and other army in the in the ottoman days


if you live in england or visiting from outside and are in nothern england then visit this place

royal armouries website
http://www.royalarmouries.org/visit-us/leeds/leeds-galleries/oriental

















    
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August 4 2010, 2:08 PM 

really nice pics , thanx bro !

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November 12 2010, 4:46 AM 

ANTIQUE OTTOMAN MACES

A mace with a ball shaped heavy head (topuz) was a sign of military authority as well as a weapon used by Turks from the earliest times.


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Three different style of Ottoman maces, Topkapi Saray Museum, Istanbul


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Ceremonial or Parade Mace


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Ceremonial Ottoman mace of jade and rubies. By permission of Topkapi Saray Museum, Istanbul


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Ottoman mace of the seventeenth centruy




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November 12 2010, 5:13 AM 

Random weapons:

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November 12 2010, 5:53 AM 

amazing pics . thnx for sharing happy.gif

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