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  1. #11
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    4th March 08
    San Jose, CA
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    Agreed. It's a nice knife that would look good in any collection!
    May The Force Be With You!


  2. #12
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    19th July 09
    Central Illinois
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    Looks like a mix of Hoplite and Roman gladius, but too new for either. If you can identify the nature of the wood, likely would point you in the direction of the origin.

    Oh, and if it obviously doesn't belong to whomever the wood associates with, check trade routes...
    A pitchfork is a polearm too!

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