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    Tokoyo production sword.
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    Nice sword and well presented

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    As Adam said really well photographed and good looking sword. Marty

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    A very nice example , i really like the overall matching wear to the grip and scabbard
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    Really really nice one! I like it. Wish my NCO had a blade like that!

    Michael
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    Quote by Logictox View Post
    Tokoyo production sword.
    Yes indeed from the maker Suya at the Tokyo First Arsenal in the period after they (TFA) took over administration of the Type 95 program from Kokura.

    Regards,
    Stu

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    Stu

    Thank you for your input and the information post on these.

    Max

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    Good one buddy.

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    Better photo of the scabbards number.
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    I recently purchased two of these from the same estate. I believe they have been together for a very long time since they came from the estate of a veteran of WWII. I thought it fitting they have a place together.
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