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An Appraisal on Some Japanese Swords Please

Article about: Hi Guy, Thank you for your message and sugestion. An excellent idea and recommendation, one I am happy to comply with. I will post a new thread, probably tomorrow -- Thank you!!!!! With than

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    Hi Guy, Thank you for your message and sugestion. An excellent idea and recommendation, one I am happy to comply with. I will post a new thread, probably tomorrow -- Thank you!!!!!

    With thanks, regards and best wishes Michael R

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    I like that piece too. Type 98 mounts and combat cover. FYI ... that tassel is for a Company Grade officer, not necessarily of Captain rank.

    Regards,
    Stu

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    Quote by Alan M View Post
    Hi Michael , nice to see you here Your sword is signed Koa Isshin Mantetsu Saku Kore . Here is a nice link for you A very nice cutting blade


    Ryujin swords: Koa Isshin Katana
    Good information.

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    Hi Stu, Thank you for the info and comment. It all adds up to a fuller picture of the sword and I appreciate it!!!
    Cheers Michael R

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    Hi All, Just uploaded Sword Number 3 for anyone who is interested.
    Cheers MR

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    IMO, I think Mantetsu swords such as yours are highly sought after, and the condition, at least from the pics., shows it is in nice condition. I sold a Mantetsu for $2,000 that was in slightly worse shape than yours 3 years back and regret that I did. If you are wanting to move it along, I would put a healthy reserve on it at auction and see where the market takes it. Nice sword!


    Tom

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    Hi Tom, Thank you for your message and the possible valuation and of course advice. It is all very much appreciated!! I am amased at the contacts and knowldge that have come forward in response to these threads. Some really gifted people on this forum!!
    With regards and best wishes Michael

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