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WW2 Japanese Navy Officer's Kai Gunto Sword, sold

In overall good to very good condition, a scarce World War 2 Imperial Japanese navy officer's kai gunto sword.

WW2 Japanese Navy Officer's Kai Gunto Sword

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A late war unsigned kai gunto, complete with officer's sword tassel, which means the sword was taken from an officer rather than it being surrendered after Japan capitulated.

A good sword! OK, it is not Gendaito, but it is still a scarce sword as most WW2 Japanese naval swords ended up at the bottom of the sea. The 25 3/4 inch (nagasa / point to habaki) blade with straight hamon is very good overall condition; unsigned tang but with anchor Imperial acceptance stamp. No rayskin (hence we know it is late war), but everything in pretty good shape. Sword sheathes and draws well.

Come on, a WW2 Imperial Japanese naval officer's kai gunto in good condition and with sword not / tassel for only £? We must be mad! Please quote item reference number K24. Further / full sized images available upon request.

 

 

 

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