A lot of four Indonesian edged weapons
First half 20th century or earlier
Including: 1) Dayak parang, Borneo, 24 1/2 inch single edged blade, characteristic wood hilt bound in braided fiber, wooden scabbard with carved decoration; 2) Another, 20 inch single edged blade, carved wood hilt, wooden scabbard with plaited fiber decoration; 3) Small keris, 13 inch seven wave blade of dark pamor steel, carved wood grip; 4) Sumatran pedang or klewang, the 19 1/2 inch very slightly curved blade of dark pamor steel, chip-carved wood hilt with a stylized makara, lacquered wooden sheath.
Condition: 1) and 2) Light spotting. Cracks, splits and minor losses to scabbards. 3) Blade with light pitting, several small chips. Hilt with natural splits. 4) Fine blade. Scabbard split and with minor losses.