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seanyx11

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About seanyx11

  • Birthday 01/28/1977

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    Atlanta, GA
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    Swords, knives, guns, cars, computers, guitars...all kinds of stuff :)

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    Sean P.

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  1. Admins, please reduce price to $4500 shipped CONUS. This is a great price, in my opinion, for a Tokubetsu Hozon katana in recent polish. Thanks.
  2. No, the nakago has not been polished as far as I can tell from the natural patina of a blade this age. The blade is in very good, recent polish though. I am selling in the US. In fact, I’m ONLY selling within the continental US (CONUS). Specifically, from Atlanta, GA.
  3. I see that this has had plenty of views, but ZERO interest or offers. If anyone could give me some feedback as to what you may think is the issue. Is it just the price? The condition? The pictures being mostly from the original ad from Nihontocraft? I really thought this would sell quickly at the original price, and especially since it’s been lowered now. Thanks in advance for any feedback
  4. Admins please adjust my original post to show a price adjustment to $4750. I feel like this is a fair price for a Tokubetsu Hozon Katana in this condition.
  5. So, we can no longer edit our own posts/threads? Seems odd, but ok. I need to reduce the price for this item to $5000. Thanks.
  6. I'm having trouble editing the original post...all I am able to do is report or share it. If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know, thanks.
  7. It’s definitely a katana. I accidentally posted the wrong description picture. That was the description for my Kinmichi Wakizashi, totally different blade.
  8. Hello all. I’m (reluctantly) selling my Tokubetsu Hozon Hoki no Kami Nobutaka Katana. I’d love to keep this beautiful blade, but life gets in the way sometimes and you’ve gotta do what you’ve gotta do. I bought this blade about 6 years ago from Danny Massey on Nihontocraft.com as my 2nd ever “real” nihonto. It comes with NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon papers. I’m asking $5500 $4750 $4500 shipped CONUS.
  9. I’m selling this beautiful Satsuma Kanko Masayoshi Wakizashi. I had the absolute honor of getting to know and learn from Arnold Frenzel before he passed and this blade was one that he recommended from Bill Miller. I wish I didn’t have to sell it, but such is life and circumstances require me to let it go. The blade is in perfect condition and needs nothing. The Saya is in mostly good condition with a bit of a split in the glue near the koiguchi where the two halves mate together. Please message me for more pics since I can’t upload some of the bigger files. I’m asking $7000.
  10. Thanks for the suggestions Ray I actually know of both these guys, as Arnold actually recommends both of them frequently. I knew they both did habaki and shirasaya, I just didn't realize they both did full koshirae as well. Good to know, thank you sir. Wow thanks I'm definitely grateful for being able to have these great experiences so early on in my collecting career. Yes, sharing a table with Arnold was definitely worth it for sure, I'm so glad he accepted my offer to do so. I'm quite sure having a table with Arnold upped my credibility and standing within the community at the show immediately, such a great experience.
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