3 Japanese Sword auctions end tonight in St. Croix Blades' eBay Store. Unlike a few sellers who have chosen to manipulate their auctions on eBay with schill bidding, etc., I won't take that course and run my auctions straightforward.
That means when I screw up and pay too much for a sword, I accept the financial pain of my loss. I learn from my mistakes the old-fashioned way.
Since my business relies on fair profit for sustainability, instead of manipulate, manipulate, manipulate. I market, market, market my auctions.
Consider patronizing one of the straightforward, reputable sword sellers. I would very much appreciate it!
Place your bid now--not ordinary swords!
Here's why they are different:
Sword 1: Army NCO sword, not just your regular matching NCO sword...
--Handle affixed to Blade just like the Copper Handle NCO sword! Marked for drilling--but missed at the Arsenal, then carried in the War!
--perfect condition WW2 leather tassel attached!
--perfect condition WW2 sword hanger attached!
--98% handle paint!
Sword 2: WW2 Army Sword
--Blue-Brown Company Grade Tassel!
--IMPORTANT Paulownia Flower Samurai Mon!!
Sword 3: Named Antique Samurai O-Tanto
--Fine Shakudo fittings!
--Smith named this Sword! 'Raikou', which means 'Lightning'. Every collector pays attention to named swords!
Thank you NMB members!