Edged Weapons -

Philippine Sundang Bolo Knife
Item #: AA2015
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This is a Philippine-American War veteran's bring back Philippine bolo knife. This type of bolo is known as a Sundang. Sundang's were designed to open coconuts, but became the primary choice for weapons during the Philippine Revolution. These weapons were also used by guerilla's during the Philippine American War and World War II. This Sundang bolo has an overall length of 22 1/2", with a blade length of 16". The blade measures 1 11/16" at the hilt and 1 3/4" at the widest part. The right side of the blade is stamped with the letters JP. An iron ferrule is used to incorporate the hardwood handle. The handle has a few nicks, but no cracks or wood loss. This one is without a scabbard. This is a nice example of a Philippine bolo knife brought back home from the Philippine American War fought from 1899 until 1902.
Shipping Weight: 3 lbs
Your Price $150.00 USD