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    Help please on Kanji

    Japanese Navy 37 model. An a older tsuba (1600's?)
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    Hi MudLark,
    You could try and make this easier for everyone by reviewing the photo's you take and ensure the sharpness and clarity of the subject before posting..... Could you perhaps re-take them and re-post please?

    Ernst

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    I agree 100% best I can do as of now.I will ask the moderators to remove. thank you.John

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    A picture of the entire tang is necessary, not only the kanji. You also have the signature posted upside down. The top of the signature is towards the cutting edge and the bottom towards the butt of the tang. The tsuba is a massed produced piece signed "Kunihiro."
    BOB

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