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Wakizashi Practical Negisa
by Fudoshin

#652121

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Wakizashi Practical Negisa by Fudoshin

Wakizashi Practical Negisa

- By hand forged 1045 carbon steel
- Blade Type Maru
- Blade length: 52 cm
- Total length: 78 cm
- Weight Wakizashi: 858 g
- Weight Saya: 172 g
- Lacquered wooden Saya
- Handle is coated with authentic ray skin
- Organic wrapping of cotton has traditionally been attached
- The sword is sharpened
- The Wakizashi is designed for cutting exercises
- Manufacturer: Fudoshin

Details of the Tsuka or Menuki are very clearly visible on the photos for. Definitions around the noble swords, see information.

Includes: Wakizashi, scabbard (Saya), cloth sword bag and certificate of authenticity.

Wakizashi Practical Mahó
by Fudoshin

#652122

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Wakizashi Practical Mahó by Fudoshin

Wakizashi Practical Mahó

- By hand forged 1045 carbon steel
- Blade Type Maru
- Blade length: 53 cm
- Total length: 78.5 cm
- Weight Wakizashi: 918 g
- Weight Saya: 146 g
- Black lacquered wooden Saya
- Handle is coated with authentic ray skin
- Organic wrapping of cotton has traditionally been attached
- The sword is sharpened
- The Wakizashi is designed for cutting exercises
- Manufacturer: Fudoshin

Details of the Tsuka or Menuki are very clearly visible on the photos for. Definitions around the noble swords, see information.

Includes: Wakizashi, scabbard (Saya), cloth sword bag and certificate of authenticity.

Wakizashi Practical Shoori
by Fudoshin

#652126

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Wakizashi Practical Shoori by Fudoshin

Wakizashi Practical Shoori - hand forged 1045 carbon steel
- Blade Type Maru
- Blade length: 52 cm
- Total length: 77.5 cm
- Weight Wakizashi: 912 g
- Weight Saya: 184 g
- Black lacquered wooden Saya
Covered handle with white ray skin imitation (Same) -
- Organic wrapping of cotton has traditionally been attached
- The sword is sharpened
- The Wakizashi is designed for cutting exercises
- Comes with a Mini Tanto stainless steel
- Manufacturer: Fudoshin

Details of the Tsuka or Menuki are very clearly visible on the photos for. Definitions around the noble swords, see information.

Includes: Wakizashi, scabbard (Saya), cloth sword bag and certificate of authenticity.

John Lee - Practical Katana
by John Lee

#605445

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John Lee - Practical Katana by John Lee

handgeschmiedet und traditionell gehärtet

- Sharp blade hand forged 1095 carbon steel (not stainless)
- Differentiating with Lehmbestrich hardened, real hamon
- Suitable for cutting tests, 60 HRC at the cutting edge, HRC 40 on the back
- Blade collar (habaki) brass tsuba, zinc-aluminum cast
- Winding handle made of black cotton, lined with genuine ray skin
Fixed blade with 2 wooden dowels (Mekugi) under control -
- Matt lacquered scabbard
- Delivery in collector with fabric bag

(Suitable cut-tests) for practical applications.

Made in China.

John Lee Shirasaya Katana blac ...
by John Lee

#606109

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€ 159.00    only € 157.41

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John Lee Shirasaya Katana black by John Lee

As Shirasaya refers to a special sword mount, which was formerly used for gentle storage of the blade. Especially in times of peace, the blades were kept therein for optimum protection. The unpainted Magnolia wood absorbs the moisture inside the vagina on, it leads to the outside and thus protects the blade from rust.

Many Shirasaya were provided with a "Sayagaki", an inscription, which gave information about smith, origin and classification. On the streets of Japan, the inconspicuous outfit was no handle and hilt especially towards the end of the 19th century use.

At that time, the guiding Samurai swords was prohibited by the Emperor. The Shirasaya mount, which looked very similar to a wooden sword and wooden stick, was a clever way yet unnoticed to carry the sword.

- Sword in shinogi-zukuri style with groove (Bo-Hi), hand forged from 1045 carbon steel
- The blade is sharpened with incorporated Hamon-line for a very authentic look.

asiatische+budowaffen wakizashi nihonto handgeschmiedet japanische+schwerter schwert samurai samuraischwert samuraischwerter scharf john lee xwaffen scharfe schwerter damaststahl damaszener

Wakizashi Practical Washi
by Fudoshin

#652124

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Wakizashi Practical Washi by Fudoshin

Wakizashi Practical Washi

- By hand forged 1045 carbon steel
- Blade Type Maru
- Blade length: 51.5 cm
- Total length: 77.5 cm
- Weight Wakizashi: 868 g
- Weight Saya: 178 g
- Black lacquered wooden Saya
- Handle is coated with authentic ray skin
- Organic wrapping of cotton has traditionally been attached
- The sword is sharpened
- The Wakizashi is designed for cutting exercises
- Manufacturer: Fudoshin

Details of the Tsuka or Menuki are very clearly visible on the photos for. Definitions around the noble swords, see information.

Includes: Wakizashi, scabbard (Saya), cloth sword bag and certificate of authenticity.

John Lee - MUSASHI ICHI Wakiza ...
by John Lee

#605136

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John Lee - MUSASHI ICHI Wakizashi by John Lee

handgeschmiedet und traditionell gehärtet

Miyamato Musashi has gone down as one of the most impressive samurai in Japanese history, and lived from 1584 and 1645, he is referred to as the best swordsman in Japan. He was an artist and craftsman at the same time. Unforgettable is his creation of a school for the stitch blade manufacturing (tsuba). His best-known, very simple tsuba consists of two oval rings.
The blades of the swords are hand forged from carbon steel and hardened in traditional style with fine harmony line. The sharp ground out blades were provided for weight reduction with a Bo-hi (channel). The handles (tsuka) are made of wood and are equipped with real fish skin (Same) occupied. The handle wrap (Tsuka-Ito) is traditionally mounted from black Baumwole. On handle two Menukis are inserted. The sword fishing are particularly long and held with two bamboo pins (Mekugi) mounted in the handle. The sheath (saya) is made of wood. The blade collar (habaki) are made of brass and were manufactured by museum originals.
Each sword comes with a seal, which guarantees authenticity. You get every sword in a cloth bag and a high quality collector wooden cassette.
This made according to museum originals masterpiece of Asian art of sword forging has been made in the traditional manner.

Made in China.

John Lee Shiro Wakizashi
by John Lee

#6010867

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€ 129.00    only € 127.71

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John Lee Shiro Wakizashi by John Lee

Shiro (zu Deutsch Weiß) hat in der japanischen Kultur in vielerlei Hinsicht eine große Bedeutung. So steht diese Farbe unter anderem für Reinheit und Heiligkeit, zugleich aber auch für Trauer und Tod. Ebenso trugen die Samurai weiß unter ihren Rüstungen, um die Bereitschaft zu symbolisieren, bis zum Tod zu kämpfen.

- Klinge im Shinogi-Zukuri-Stil mit Hohlkehle (Bo-Hi), handgeschmiedet aus 1045 Kohlenstoffstahl.
- Die Klinge ist scharf geschliffen mit eingearbeiteter Hamon-Linie für eine besonders autentische Optik.
- Griffwicklung aus weißer Baumwolle im klassischen Hineri-Maki-Stil.
- Weiße, hochglanz lackierte Scheide aus Holz.
- Mit langer Angel, welche mit 2 Bambusstiften (Mekugi) im Griff fixiert ist. Das Schwert ist somit voll zerlegbar.
- Es wird kein Kunststoff verwendet, es kommen nur hochwertige, authentische Materialien zum Einsatz.
- Klingenzwinge (Habaki) und Unterlegscheiben (Seppa) sind aus Messing.
- Die traditionelle Griffwicklung ist mit echter Rochenhaut unterlegt.
- Alle Zierrate (Tsuba, Fuchi, Menuki, Kashira) sind aus Metall.
- Die Lieferung erfolgt in einer John Lee Schutzhülle .
- Jedem original John Lee Schwert liegt ein Siegel sowie ein Zertifikat bei.

John Lee Shirasaya O-Tanto
by John Lee

#606108

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€ 124.00    only € 122.76

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John Lee Shirasaya O-Tanto by John Lee

As Shirasaya refers to a special sword mount, which was formerly used for gentle storage of the blade. Especially in times of peace, the blades were kept therein for optimum protection. The unpainted Magnolia wood absorbs the moisture inside the vagina on, it leads to the outside and thus protects the blade from rust.

Many Shirasaya were provided with a "Sayagaki", an inscription, which gave information about smith, origin and classification. On the streets of Japan, the inconspicuous outfit was no handle and hilt especially towards the end of the 19th century use.

At that time, the guiding Samurai swords was prohibited by the Emperor. The Shirasaya mount, which looked very similar to a wooden sword and wooden stick, was a clever way yet unnoticed to carry the sword.

A particularly large Tanto, which is with its total length of 57 cm much longer than conventional models.

- Sword in shinogi-zukuri style with groove (Bo-Hi), hand forged from 1045 carbon steel
- The blade is sharpened with incorporated Hamon-line for a very authentic look.

John Lee - GOLDEN FLOWER WAKIZ ...
by John Lee

#605130

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John Lee - GOLDEN FLOWER WAKIZASHI by John Lee

handgeschmiedet und traditionell gehärtet, Klinge 12 mal gefaltet

The Vorbil this extraordinary beautiful tsuba was certainly made by a great master in the 18th century. Since they have not signed their work as opposed to the blade smiths, the creators are not known by name. The tsuba is intricately designed with golden cherry blossoms (sakura) one of the main symbols of Japanese culture. They represent beauty, departure and transience.
The blades of the swords are hand forged from carbon steel and hardened in the traditional way. The blade is folded 12 times (yields approximately 8,000 positions) and have a beautiful damascene structure. The sharp ground out blades were provided for weight reduction with a Bo-hi (channel). The handles (tsuka) are made of wood and are equipped with real fish skin (Same) occupied. The handle wrap (Tsuka-Ito) is traditionally mounted from black Baumwole. On handle two Menukis are inserted. The sword fishing are particularly long and held with two bamboo pins (Mekugi) mounted in the handle. The sheath (saya) is made of wood. The blade collar (habaki) are made of brass and were manufactured by museum originals.
Each sword comes with a seal, which guarantees authenticity. You get every sword in a cloth bag and a high quality collector wooden cassette.
Multi-layer steel (folded blade) is also known as Damascus or Damascus blade, although European and Asian production methods differ slightly from one another. The fine pattern of the individual layers of the multi-folded steel give this product its special charm and are at the same time guarantees a long product life and high product quality.
This made according to museum originals masterpiece of Asian art of sword forging has been made in the traditional manner.

Made in China.

Hannya Katana
by John Lee

#605446

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Hannya Katana by John Lee

- Sharp blade hand forged 1095 carbon steel (not stainless)
- Differentiating with Lehmbestrich hardened, real hamon
- Suitable for cutting tests, 60 HRC at the cutting edge, HRC 40 on the back
- Blade collar (habaki) brass tsuba, zinc-aluminum cast
- Winding handle made of black cotton, lined with authentic ray skin
Fixed blade with 2 wooden dowels (Mekugi) under control -
- Matt lacquered scabbard
- Delivery in collector with fabric bag


The Hannya mask dates back to the
Japanese Noh theater and probably
be the most famous mask at all.
It stands for the woman in front of anger and
Jealousy has turned into a demon.

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Ninjato sharp
by John Lee

#605449

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Ninjato sharp by John Lee

For practical uses (cut test suitably).

Single blade John Lee
by John Lee

#605453

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€ 239.00    only € 236.61

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Single blade John Lee by John Lee

mit echter Hamon

Hand-forged from carbon steel, sharpened. In various qualities. Incl. Habaki unpainted wood and brass scabbard. Differentially with real hamon line. 60 HRC at the cutting edge, 40 on the back. Statements (Koiguchi, Kurigata and Kojiri) are made from buffalo horn.

John Lee Imori-Wakizashi
by John Lee

#605718

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€ 149.00    only € 147.51

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John Lee Imori-Wakizashi by John Lee

Imori is the Japanese word for
Alpine newt.
- Blade without groove (Bo-Hi) from
Carbon steel (not stainless),
hand forged.
- Blade clamp made of brass. Fittings
in black with golden pig.
- Grip winding in Katate Maki-style
(War winding) in blue cotton,
backed with authentic ray skin
- Blade with 2 wooden dowels (Mekugi) under control
fixed
- Delivery in collector

Made in China.

asiatische+budowaffen wakizashi nihonto handgeschmiedet japanische+schwerter schwert samurai samuraischwert samuraischwerter scharf john lee xwaffen scharfe schwerter damaststahl damaszener

Ten Kei-Wakizashi
by John Lee

#605720

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€ 639.00    only € 632.61

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Ten Kei-Wakizashi by John Lee

Blade with groove (Bo-Hi) from 1095 carbon steel (not stainless) hand forged.
made in Kobuse-style, traditionally cured with Lehmbestrich
- Real hamon
- 60 HRC at vagina
- 40 HRC on the back
- Blade collar (habaki) brass
Fittings (Tsuba, Fuchi, Menuki, Kashira) handmade, finished with gold and silver.
Handle wrapped in Katate Maki style (war winding) of silk, lined with
authentic ray skin
Fixed blade with 2 wooden dowels (Mekugi) under control
Delivery in wooden box

Made in China.

John Lee Shiro Katana
by John Lee

#606106

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€ 189.00    only € 187.11

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John Lee Shiro Katana by John Lee

Shiro (German for "White") has in Japanese culture in many ways a great importance. So this color stands for purity and holiness among other things, at the same time but also for mourning and death. Similarly, the samurai wore white under their armor to symbolize a willingness to fight to the death.

- Sword in shinogi-zukuri style with groove (Bo-Hi), hand forged from 1045 carbon steel
- Blade is sharpened with incorporated Hamon-line for a very authentic look
- Grip winding white cotton classic Hineri Maki style.
- White, high gloss lacquered wooden scabbard
- With a long tang which with two bamboo pins (Mekugi) is fixed in the handle, the sword is thus fully separable
- No plastic, it only high-quality, authentic materials are used
- Blade collar (habaki) and washers (Seppa) are made of brass
- With traditional grip winding and lined Roche skin
- All trim rate (Tsuba, Fuchi, Menuki, Kashira) are made of metal
- Delivering in a John Lee Cover
- Each original John Lee sword is a seal and a certificate in

John Lee Shirasaya Katana ligh ...
by John Lee

#606107

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John Lee Shirasaya Katana light by John Lee

As Shirasaya refers to a special sword mount, which was formerly used for gentle storage of the blade. Especially in times of peace, the blades were kept therein for optimum protection. The unpainted Magnolia wood absorbs the moisture inside the vagina on, it leads to the outside and thus protects the blade from rust.

Many Shirasaya were provided with a "Sayagaki", an inscription, which gave information about smith, origin and classification. On the streets of Japan, the inconspicuous outfit was no handle and hilt especially towards the end of the 19th century use.

At that time, the guiding Samurai swords was prohibited by the Emperor. The Shirasaya mount, which looked very similar to a wooden sword and wooden stick, was a clever way yet unnoticed to carry the sword.

- Sword in shinogi-zukuri style with groove (Bo-Hi), hand forged from 1045 carbon steel
- The blade is sharpened with incorporated Hamon-line for a very authentic look.

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