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    Lot of Assorted World War II Japanese Edged Weapons
    Comprising: 1) Japanese NCO Shin-Gunto and Scabbard. Having a 27 ½-inch slight curved, polished steel blade. Full length fuller on both sides and marked at ricasso: 153303. Plain copper fuchi bears the mark of First Tokyo arsenal along with a possible Kokura arsenal mark. Cast and painted hilt which is retained by two dome-headed steel screws. Painted olive green steel scabbard with single ashi and fixed shoe. Spring clip retainer. 2) Naval Parade Sabre. Having a 27-inch slightly curved polished steel blade with full length fullers. Gilded brass hilt. . 3) Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet, Scabbard and Frog. Having a 15 5/8-inch fullered blade. Overall length is 20-inches. Ricasso marked with Tokyo arsenal stamp. Condition: 1) Good. Blade appears to have been re-polished. Scattered fine scratches and scabbard wear. Scabbard with scattered stains and scratches 2) Fair to good. Blade with scattered spotting and nicks. Hilt with age wear and fine patina 3) Fair to good. Resharpened blade with scattered spotting and scabbard marks. Grips scales good with age wear and patina. Scabbard with light surface rust. Frog complete but with scattered checking


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2013
    8th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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