Very nice collection and display. If you do not mind, may I suggest that you keep your sword in the scabbard. As it is raw steel, a long period of exposure to the elements will slowly darken your blade.
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Very nice display!
I am still looking for a dirk myself. I must echo Bob's sentiments as to your sword.
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That a fantastic display my stuff is stuffed in any free space i can find. I should really display it better like you have thanks for sharing
Thanks for the comments, maybe I will only display the sword on Sundays.
Is that a Showa blade, or is it older?
I might also add that when you display a Japanese sword display it with the edge up.
Showa wartime signed blade, edge up I will give it a try.
And btw...beautiful display. I'm like Robin....mines all stuffed together. Too many items, not enough free space...
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