Damaskin
Damaskin Dam"as*kin, n. [Cf. F. damasquin, adj., It. damaschino, Sp. damasquino. See {Damaskeen}.] A sword of Damask steel. [1913 Webster]

No old Toledo blades or damaskins. --Howell (1641). [1913 Webster]


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