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ww2 NCO sword

Article about: Hi, I've owned this sword 30 years. I don't think I have ever posted it here for opinions. I believe it is a NCO sword. It has a machine made blade (no wavy line) and is completely unmarked.

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    Rod is offline


    Hi Greg,

    Your sword has value, it's a Type 98 officer's. Not an heirloom blade but as has already been said machine made, to some degree anyway. With these condition will be the main determining factor as far as value goes. The Japanese have been breaking these blades, I think it may even be against the law to have one there but I could stand to be corrected (Bob?). Here's a link that may help.

    Changes of a GuntM Mounting(Koshirae)

    It's a great sword and one to be cared for.

    Regards, Rod

  2. #12


    Thank you Rod.
    Live to ride -- Ride to live

    I was addicted to the "Hokey-Pokey" but I've turned
    myself around.

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