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  1. Price drop! $110+shipping
  2. Price drop! $110+shipping
  3. I bought this sword bag several years ago off of ebay and have never used it. It is a katana length silk sword bag that came with a small purple fusahimo that I didn't like, so I bought a new black one for it. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks! Price $135+shipping
  4. Up for sale is a katana length sword bag with an extra fusahimo. I bought this silk sword bag off of ebay years ago and never go around to using it. It came with a small purple fusahimo that I didn't like, so I bought a new orange one to go with it. The pattern on the bag is the abstract one that you see in the last picture that then changes into the house and trees image at the bottom of the bag. Price: $135+shipping
  5. Hi JP. If you are able to post a picture of the copyright page, we should be able to determine if this one is a third printing or just a paperback version of the first or second edition.
  6. I ran across this beautiful hanging scroll and was wondering if someone more knowledgeable on them could tell me something about it. The seller is asking $265 and I don't know if it is worth it. Any idea of age, artist or what it says? Any help is appreciated. 🙂
  7. Up for sale is a first edition, first printing hardcover of The Yasukuni Swords by Tom Kishida published by Kodansha Int'l in 2004. This book is in good condition with additional pics available upon request. Also, please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks! Price $75 + shipping.
  8. Up for sale is a copy of Nihonto Koza Vol. V Shinshinto. It is in good shape with no issues. I can send more pix if interested. $175 + shipping
  9. My understanding is that it is thicker at the kissaki to allow for the sword to more easily penetrate when thrusting. It decreases the chance of the kissaki breaking if the thrust is done improperly. In my old ryu, we used to practice thrusting with our katanas.
  10. If that is celluloid same, cross your fingers and pray that it is a star-stamped Kanehide!
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