Late-19th Century Sudanese Warrior’s Fighting Kaskara Sword
Antique Sudanese sword.
Original late-19th Century Sudanese warrior’s Kaskara fighting sword – of a type used against forces of the British Army during their campaigns against the Mahdi (e.g. Gordon of Khartoum). Sword blade is covered with Arabic script – probably of a religious nature. Grip is bound with leather and the pommel is wood. Blade is double-edged and the length is 25.5 inches (30.5 inches overall).
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