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Language: Manchu
Source: Classical literature

Description

Teišun-i giyan is a brass or bronze rod-mace.1

Teišun-i giyan

 

They are much rarer than their iron or steel counterparts called sele-i giyan and they tend to be of better overall quality.

A Chinese bronze maceA fine bronze mace. Sold by Mandarin Mansion in 2019.

References
1. Tongwen Guanghui Quanshu (同文廣彙全書) or "Enlarged and complete dictionary" of 1704. A Qing imperial dictionary in Chinese and Manchu, each entry double-checked and approved by the Kangxi emperor.

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With large dragon head collar piece.

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A standard pattern Qing military saber, but with the rare addition of a label in Manchu.

€1900,-

With vintage silver mounted scabbard.

€5500,-

This unassuming dagger has one of the finest wootz blades with a tight ladder pattern.

€2000,-

An archaic form of dagger that survived in Afghanistan.

€480,-

Made around 1900 in Alwar, Rajasthan, for the tourist market.

€400,-