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17th -18th century Ottoman sword karabela yataghan. Konrad Sherlock collection

17th -18th century Ottoman sword karabela yataghan. Konrad Sherlock collection

Africa | Mother with Child (Lupingu Lua Luimpe). Lulua Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo. | 19th century. | Wood, copper alloy

Mother with Child (Lupingu lwa Cibola) Culture: Lulua Medium: Wood, copper alloy Place Made: Ndemba, Lulua Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo Dates: century

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Sepik Sculpture | Sepik river Sculpture | sell Sepik Sculpture

Sepik Sculpture | Sepik river Sculpture | sell Sepik Sculpture

Ottoman, Gun, Handgun, Ottomans, Military Guns, Revolvers, Guns

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - selahlik/silahlik weapons belts

Ottoman leather weapons belt (selahlik / silahlik) worn throughout the Ottoman Empire, made from layers of leather containing slips to hold a yatagan sword and other weapons.

Genç Osman 1618 - 1622. This is a full-length life-size portrait of the Turkish Sultan Osman II. The portrait was donated by two Lübeck merchants Adolph and Hinrich Cahl in 1640 as an entrance gift to the Brotherhood of Blackheads. The painting bears also the names and coat of arms of the donators. Text on the painting: "SOLTAN HOTTOMANNUS, TURCARUM IMPERATOR".

Genç Osman 1618 - 1622. This is a full-length life-size portrait of the Turkish Sultan Osman II. The portrait was donated by two Lübeck merchants Adolph and Hinrich Cahl in 1640 as an entrance gift to the Brotherhood of Blackheads. The painting bears also the names and coat of arms of the donators. Text on the painting: "SOLTAN HOTTOMANNUS, TURCARUM IMPERATOR".

A RARE PAIR OF OTTOMAN CORAL-INLAID FLINTLOCK PISTOLS, TURKEY, 19TH CENTURY

A pair of coral inlaid flintlock pistols originating from the Ottoman Empire (Turkey), early century. Estimated Value: -