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Egiptian (yes I spelled it with an "I" intentionally) Khopesh. Always have had an affinity for this design. This one in particular has a few extra tactical design advantages not found on most typical Khopesh historically.
Sapola, very rare Indian sword. This example dates to the end of the century and is of Tulwar/Tegha form with a strong robust blade with split tip and serrated edges to the cutting curve and the rear Kilij style yelman.
While I generally prefer knives without any detailing on the blade as they are easier to clean and prevent rust on, it seems like this kind of detail on the blade would make it easy to spark flint off of.