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Q8727: Japanese Old Copper Shapely TSUBA Sword parts Katana Samu

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Item specifics

Age:
1900-1940
Color:
Brown
Primary Material:
Metal
Original/Reproduction:
Vintage Original
Region of Origin:
Japan






Q8727: Japanese Old Copper Shapely TSUBA Sword parts Katana Samu

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