A WW2 captured Japanese Dutch Klewang Cutlass
A very good example of a Dutch naval cutlass that was used in the Dutch East Indies before the Japanese invasion. The Japanese forces appropriated these cutlasses and removed the guard and they were subsequently used as a sideam/machete. With wooden slab grips and blued steel hilt mounts. Maker marked to Hembrug on blade forte and official inspection mark to underside. Blade has been blued. Complete with original brass and leather mounted scabbard.
Condition of the Cutlass
In good overall condition with no repairs or damage.
Specifications of the Cutlass
Blade length is 17.25 inches (22.75 inches overall).
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