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All,

 

 

Thank you for your wealth of knowledge in translation and identification.  I've referred others here because of your skill and the gracious way you've helped.

 

I have a friend that has the swords I'm going to post.  Since I have no skill in translation myself (I should rectify that) would you be so kind as to assist.

 

Thank you in advance,

 

Mike

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To start with no.3

 

Date is: "皇紀二千六百一年" (Kôki nisen roppyaku ichi nen = 1941)

Mei is: "包光" (Kanemitsu)

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No.2

 

”河内守藤(cut off 原....)” (Kawachi no Kami Fuji(wara....). Smiths name lost.

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No.1

 

Mei looks: “兼門” (Kanekado)?

Date seems: “昭和十九年(?)月日” (1944). Not sure about the month....

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I think you are right for all of these. For the Kanekado, it looks like 一月日 (ichi-gatsu no hi) 

 

January

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10 hours ago, SteveM said:

For the Kanekado, it looks like 一月日 (ichi-gatsu no hi) 

January

 

My thoughts too.  They wrote 一 (1 = one) vertically instead of horizontally.

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