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Is this a Turkish Infantry sword ?

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Hi to all!

I find this forum very impressive and useful for the sharing of history knowledge!

I would like to pose a question related with a sword that my grandfather found it while was building up our house in Athens, Greece.

Does anyone know the origin of this sword, how old is it and some further information (Photos attached) ?

Thanks in advance!

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