Yataghan belosapac with a steel blade 61 cm long, on the left side of which is a silver aubescent arabesque with an inscription in Turkish (year 1273, which is recalculated in 1857). A smaller arabesque is also daubed on the right side. The handle is made of white bone with wide “ears” on which the copper fitting is decorated with cast ornaments, red corals, granules and twisted wire. The yataghan was carried as a weapon of the Ibar army in the Serbian-Turkish war of 1876-1878. and the Serbian-Bulgarian war of 1885.

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