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Article about: Hi folks my friend just inherited a few swords I took pictures of the tangs that were signed. Some have been heavily basterdised. Thanks in advance! -Tyler

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    Hi folks my friend just inherited a few swords I took pictures of the tangs that were signed. Some have been heavily basterdised. Thanks in advance!

    -Tyler

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    You need to photograph the tangs bottom down for comments sir.
    It would also be nice to see the complete swords too.

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    Sorry for the bad pics hope this helps I'll get full shots of some of the swords later.

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    I'm getting bad vibes from all except the one with the Sakura stamp; I'd bet the others are modern Chinese manufacture:

    平成二十
    Heisei 20 Year =2008

    中国大連
    Chukoku Dairen
    China, Dalien

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    The one "genuine" WW2 Japanese sword is the one with the {昭} stamp; I think the signature is:
    武山 義臣
    Takeyama Yoshiomi

    [EDIT: there might be one more WW2-era sword, the one with the darker tang and file marks]


    --Guy
    Last edited by ghp95134; 03-15-2016 at 08:35 PM. Reason: Corrected Heisei 20 date from H.2; change "their" to there.

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    Yeah .... that other sword might be:

    佐藤 幸平
    Sato Yukihira

    If that's correct, he won 4th seat at the 1941 6th Shinsaku Nihonto Denrankai.
    cf: WWII Japanese Swordsmiths


    --Guy
    Last edited by ghp95134; 03-15-2016 at 08:36 PM.

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    必勝
    Hisshou
    Total Victory


    Meh .... "Total Scam"

    (Sorry)

    --Guy

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    I do like your Navaho rug.

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    So I decided to take better photos of everything because I realize I wasn't doing anyone any favours with the brief description and photos. All of the swords have assembled bits from various time periods so each group of pictures is asociatrd with there respective blades. Thank you in advance and enjoy the sword porn...

    So I'll start off saying this is the first sword someone has removed the rust from the tang and its signed on both sides.


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    Number two with more to follow later today


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    Quote by tylerstg View Post
    So I decided to take better photos of everything because I realize I wasn't doing anyone any favours with the brief description and photos. All of the swords have assembled bits from various time periods so each group of pictures is asociatrd with there respective blades. Thank you in advance and enjoy the sword porn...

    So I'll start off saying this is the first sword someone has removed the rust from the tang and its signed on both sides.


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    This is the Chinese knock-off:
    平成二十年
    Heisei Nijyu-Nen
    Heisei 20 Year [2008]

    川嶋作
    Kawashima-saku
    Made by Kawashima
    [a Japanese name, but this is a Chinese-made blade]


    --Guy

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