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« on: April 20, 2011, 07:58:07 am »
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Hey folks can anyone id this its looks like a ceremonial dagger  it has arabic writing on the back  and intricate accents on the front i dont have a very good camera but you can see it in the pic with the black back ground ? i think its silver   its about an inch and half long   it says rhamji zimda   no proof marks or karat/silver  or weight  i found it years ago at a lake  for got i had it till the other day . anyone have an idea of what it symbolizes or means ? its pretty cool thanks for any info josey

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« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2011, 08:11:16 am »
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I think it's pretty cool, too. How long is it - I'm just curious. Sue

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its about a inch and a half  i have had it a long time i found it years ago and for got about it i thought maybe some one in here would know what it or means . its heavy i can see why they lost it lol!

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« Reply #3 on: April 20, 2011, 01:02:18 pm »
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No mater what the weight of an object if you wear it long enough you dont feel it any more so you would not notice it if you lost it Now for your pic's they're lousy and we cant see dod could you not take one with a tripod or place your camera on something sturdy?

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sorry xavier its a cell phone picture  thats the only camera i have now .thanks for looking at it though .josey

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Josey if u have a scanner/printer place the object on the scanner bed and scan it into ur puter and see how that looks if it looks better then post that photo here plz.

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i will try when i get home tonight

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Thanks  , if it doesnt work can u at least let us know what any of the inscriptions may say if there is any.

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Josey, most digital cameras have a little tulip picture on them. When you select that mode, it is the macro mode allowing much closer focusing. See if that helps any.

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Josey, most digital cameras have a little tulip picture on them. When you select that mode, it is the macro mode allowing much closer focusing. See if that helps any.
I wondered what the heck that tulip thing was... thanks GD

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