A lot of three Southeast Asian edged weapons
Late 19th/early 20th century
Including two Burmese examples: 1) Shan dha, 22 inch single edged blade, hilt bound in plaited fiber, wooden scabbard retaining plaited cloth belt. 2) Bolo, possibly from Nagaland, 9 1/4 inch single edged blade with stamped designs, distinct hilt wrapped in lead sheeting, "P.Orr & Sons, Ltd., Rangoon" token (?) at butt, remnants of hair decoration. 3) Indonesian or Malay klewang, 21 1/4 inch single edged watered blade, naturally curved horn hilt with brass ring at butt.
Condition: 1) Fine blade. Scabbard loosely bound. 2) Light to moderate pitting, minor chips along edge. 3) Fine blade. Tip bent.