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Old 26th June 2022, 07:44 AM   #1
tanaruz
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Default PHIL BLADE IDENTITY

Hello,

This came from a seller/collector in the province of Iloilo (La Paz), Philippines. A fellow friend initially identified this blade as a pisau/pisaw. The collector has the story that this particular blade came from a galleon wreck off La Paz in Iloilo.

The blade is the lowest of the three blades in the picture.

Appreciate any inputs/info.

Thank you and kind regards

Yves
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