Japanese Wakizashi Samurai Sword Ca.1320-1390s Early Nanbokucho period
Item #: DROL493
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Check out this blades temper line amazing!!!!

Here is a Rare Japanese Wakizashi Samurai Sword Ca.1320-1390s. It was brought back from Japan by a US soldier Sgt. Robert Fair. He wrote his name and found location on the shirasaya. It reads" Sgt. Robert Fair From Kokura Kimishee, Japan November 1945. The sword was brought back to the US in its original resting scabbard in its original condition. The blade has an amazing temper line and the tang is un-signed beautiful. It is from the Bizen Ichi Mongi -Late Kamkura- Early Nanbokucho period 1320-1390. The full length of the blade and tang is 20 3/4". I have taken a lot of pictures for your viewing.

Shipping Weight: 7 lbs
Your Price $3,750.00 USD

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