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Citadel Keshi Katana
by Citadel

#6010347

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Citadel Keshi Katana by Citadel

Citadel stands for superior quality, which can only be achieved by a masterly hand. All knives and swords are almost entirely made by hand. Minor variations in size and shape are the result of individual single production.

Keshi in German means "poppy", which is the subject of this sword. The Tsuba is blackened iron from the leaves of the poppy. Fuchi, Kashira and Menuki show the unique flowers. Another highlight is the handle wrapped in brown leather, which is wound tightly related to the ray skin handle.

Financial Statements (Kurigata, Kojiri, Koiguchi) from buffalo horn adorn the black, high gloss lacquered scabbard.

The razor-sharp blade is made of 1075 carbon steel. Under traditional Lehmbestrich this distinction was approximately 60 HRC at the cutting edge and around 40 HRC hardened at the back of the blade. A fuller (Bo-Hi), which also shows in the blacksmith ended up Habiki, reduces weight and provides an optimal balance. Due to the skills of the polisher masterful work of the blacksmith comes fully to bear and presents a beautiful hamon.

For each sword belongs next to a production certificate, a quality sword bag, a Sageo from silk, as well as a padded Cordura bag for transport.

Citadel Kanagawa Katana
by Citadel

#606205

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Citadel Kanagawa Katana by Citadel

Katsushika Hokusai (1760 - 1849) was one of the most important artists of Japan. His is among other things the work "The Great Wave off Kanagawa", which was the inspiration for this unique katana.

The handmade Tsuba shows a detail of Hokusai's work, the remaining trim rate are also provided with wave pattern and consistent complement the overall picture.

Matching the golden ground color of the sword, the wrap is colored using a special type of tea.

- Wide blade in shinogi-zukuri style with groove (Bo-Hi)
- Up schmiedetes, adapted to the groove Habaki of copper
- Seppa brass
- Grip winding of dyed with tea, Japanese silk in classic Hineri Maki style
- Gold-colored, high-gloss lacquered scabbard (Ishime style)

The razor sharp blades are made of 1075 carbon steel. Under traditional Lehmbestrich these are differentiated to approximately 60 HRC at the cutting edge and approximately 40 HRC hardened at the back of the blade.

Through the skills of the polisher the masterful work of the blacksmith comes fully to bear. A mirror-polished surface, as well as a clearly recognizable temper line (hamon) are the result.

For each sword belongs next to a production certificate, a quality sword bag and a padded Cordura bag for transport.

Citadel Keshi Wakizashi
by Citadel

#6010348

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Citadel Keshi Wakizashi by Citadel

Citadel stands for superior quality, which can only be achieved by a masterly hand. All knives and swords are almost entirely made by hand. Minor variations in size and shape are the result of individual single production.

Keshi in German means "poppy", which is the subject of this sword. The Tsuba is blackened iron from the leaves of the poppy. Fuchi, Kashira and Menuki show the unique flowers. Another highlight is the handle wrapped in brown leather, which is wound tightly related to the ray skin handle.

Financial Statements (Kurigata, Kojiri, Koiguchi) from buffalo horn adorn the black, high gloss lacquered scabbard.

The razor-sharp blade is made of 1075 carbon steel. Under traditional Lehmbestrich this distinction was approximately 60 HRC at the cutting edge and around 40 HRC hardened at the back of the blade. A fuller (Bo-Hi), which also shows in the blacksmith ended up Habiki, reduces weight and provides an optimal balance. Due to the skills of the polisher masterful work of the blacksmith comes fully to bear and presents a beautiful hamon.

For each sword belongs next to a production certificate, a quality sword bag, a Sageo from silk, as well as a padded Cordura bag for transport.

John Lee - Golden Autumn
by John Lee

#605724

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John Lee - Golden Autumn by John Lee

Hand forged, hot ausgeschliffene, 12x folded blade of 1095 carbon steel
- Blade assembly in Kobuse style * (Hard sheath steel, soft core)
- Differentiated cured with Lehmbestrich to 60HRC and 40HRC at the edge at the back of the blade
- Ornamental rate (Tsuba, Menuki, Fuchi and Kashira) are handmade and represent an autumn motif
- Grip winding is made of black silk, lined with traditional triangles of paper
(Hishigami), as well as authentic ray skin
- Two conical Mekugi (bamboo pins) connect the long-held tang to the handle
- Black, high-gloss lacquered wood scabbard with integral Roche skin inlay
- The financial statements of the vagina (Koiguchi, kurigata, Kojiri)
are made of genuine buffalo horn
- Supplied in a wooden box with cloth bag, seal and certificate
- Manufactured according to museum originals

Made in China.

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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 III - Dragon Katana
by John Lee

#604653

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John Lee III - Dragon Katana by John Lee

This sword comes with a certificate which guarantees the authenticity. It grinded sharp and comes in a fabric cover. The wooden handle is a tra occupied with real fish skin. The wooden scabbard is covered with high-gloss lacquer and made the tsuba ornate bronze. It is delivered in a
fabric-covered wooden box collector. This sword is removable. The Tsuba can replace. The sword is suitable for training. Made of non-folded steel.

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Ten Kei Katana
by John Lee

#605307

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Ten Kei Katana by John Lee

-The sharply-carved blade of the sword (not stainless) is hand forged from 1095 carbon steel and was provided with a chamfer (Bo-Hi) to reduce weight
-Traditional, sophisticated hardening the blade with clay be stroke, creating a real, beautiful Hamon line
-Cut test suitable for - 60° Rockwell on the vagina, 40° on the back of the blade
-Rebuilt blade Kobus section (see figure)
-Fine, edited by hand fittings (Tsuba, Fuchi, Kashira, Menuki) which were plated with gold and silver
-Handle (Tsuka) made of wood, covered with real, fish skin (same)
-Tight handle wrap in green silk, traditionally in the Katate Maki - style (war winding) attached
-Blade clamp (Habaki) made of brass
-Sword Angel long held and fixed with 2 bamboo rods (Mekugi) in the handle
-Sheath made of wood, decorated with high-quality Sageo (winding)
-With certificate, which guarantees the authenticity
-Manufactured according to Museum template
-Delivery in wooden collectors box incl. stand

Dimensions and weights:

Tsuba (Nagasa) blade length: 71 cm
Total length: 100 cm
Total length with sheath: 104 cm
Handle length: 29 cm
Curvature (sori): 2 cm
Focus: approx. 11 cm above the Tsuba
Habaki blade width: 3.5 cm
Blade width at transition to the tip (Kisaki): 2.5 cm
Blade thickness: 0.75 cm
Scabbard weight: 1310 g
Weight without scabbard: 1045 g

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Katsumoto Katana
by John Lee

#605306

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Katsumoto Katana by John Lee

Gerfertigt after Museum templates.

The sharply-carved blade of the sword (not stainless) is hand forged from 1095 carbon steel and was provided with a chamfer (Bo-Hi) to reduce weight

Traditional, sophisticated hardening of the blade with clay be stroke, creating a real, beautiful Hamon line. It is for cutting test suitable, by 60° Rockwell at the cutting edge, 40° on the back of the blade.

Blade in the Hon Sanmei built cross section (see figure)

Tsuba iron shows a Samurai handle (Tsuka) made of wood, coated with real, blackened fish skin (same), grip tight, winding made of black cotton, traditionally placed in the Katate Maki - style (war winding).

Blade clamp (Habaki) made of brass, sword fishing especially for holding and fixed with 2 bamboo rods (Mekugi) in the handle.

Scabbard made of wood, decorated with high-quality Sageo (winding). The sword is supplied with certificate which guarantees the authenticity. The delivery takes place in a wooden collector's box with a rack.

Dimensions and Gewichtsangeaben:

Blade length-Tsuba (Nagasa): 77.0 cm
Overall length: 109.5 cm
Total length with sheath: 113.0 cm
Handle length: 32.0 cm
Curvature (sori): 2.7 cm
Focus: approx. 13 cm above the Tsuba
Habaki blade width: 3.0 cm
Blade width at transition to the tip (Kisaki): 2,0 cm
Blade thickness: 0.75 cm
Scabbard weight: 1550 g
Weight without scabbard: 1220 g

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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.

Ten Kei-Wakizashi
by John Lee

#605720

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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.

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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).

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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Ten Kei Tanto
by John Lee

#6010302

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Ten Kei Tanto by John Lee

The term "Ten Kei" can be translated as "gift from heaven", and stands as a symbol of the beauty of nature. Thus inspired, fine floral motifs are reflected in the hand-crafted, finished with gold and silver mountings again.

The blade is forged by hand in elaborate Kobuse style. Here, surrounded by a hard shell made of 1095 carbon steel a core of softer, low carbon steel.

Like its historic predecessor also connects this Tanto grace and benefits in a unique way.

The curing is differentiated to about 60 ° Rockwell to the edge and about 40 ° Rockwell at the back of the blade. Visible is the hardness difference in a genuine, finely worked out Hamon line.

- Sword in shinogi-zukuri style with chamfer
- Blade assembly in Kobuse style.
- In Aikuchi style, traditionally without hilt (tsuba)
- Grip winding of green silk in Hineri Maki style (war winding)
- Backed by Roche skin.
- Black, high-gloss lacquered scabbard (Kuroro style) with degrees (Kojiri, kurigata, Koiguchi) from buffalo horn
- Blade collar (habaki) and washers (Seppa) are made of brass.
- Is fixed with long tang which with two bamboo pins (Mekugi) under control
- Tanto is thus fully separable
- All trim rate (Fuchi, Menuki, Kashira) are handmade from metal and give each sword his personal touch.
- Supplied in a wooden box.
- Each original John Lee sword is a seal and a certificate.

John Lee I - Katana Musashi I ...
by John Lee

#604645

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John Lee I - Katana Musashi Ichi by John Lee

The sword includes a certificate proofing the authenticity. It is sharpend and delivered in a decorative wooden, fabric covered collectors box where it may be stored in the included fabric wrapper. The handle (tsuka) is made of wood and covered in real fish skin (same). The saya is made of wood and covered with mirrorfinish lacquer.

The tsuba is made of casted iron in the traditional double ring form which is said to route back to Miyamoto Musashi. Museum originals had been the source for this masterpiece of asian swordcraft.

The hardness is approx. 50 to 52 degrees rockwell. Since the cutting edge thinner, it cools down faster then the thicker sword back so it will be harder. The softer, less hardened sword back guarantees the necessary flexibility of the blade. The blade has a brass collar (habaki) so it won't rattle in the scabbard.

John Lee Kappa Katana
by John Lee

#606110

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John Lee Kappa Katana by John Lee

As Kappa (to German "river child") refers to a mythical creature of Japanese mythology. It is a water goblin, the people who come too close to its waters, tearing into the depths and drowned. But according to legend, they should have a weakness for pickles.

On its hand crafted decorative rates this extraordinary Katana shows a Kappa, and one unsuspecting hikers. Of particular note is next to the beautiful colors and the flute, which begins only about 10 cm above the tsuba.

- Sharp ausgeschliffene Damascus from 12 times folded 1045 carbon steel with more than 8,000 locations
- Sword in shinogi-zukuri style with stepped groove (Bo-Hi)
- Grip winding of red cotton classic Hineri Maki style
- Black, high-gloss lacquered scabbard (Kuroro-style) of wood
- 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
- The traditional winding handle is highlighted with authentic ray skin
- All trim rate (Tsuba, Fuchi, Menuki, Kashira) are handmade from metal
- Supplied with protective cover made of fabric
- Each original John Lee sword is a seal and a certificate in

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Goemon Practical Katana
by John Lee

#6010108

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Goemon Practical Katana by John Lee

Ishikawa Goemon (* 16th century - + August 10, 1594) is a Japanese folk hero. Much like Robin Hood, he is said to have robbed the rich and given to the poor.

Even today there are many myths and legends about him, such as the failed assassination attempt on Toyotomi Hideyoshi, after which he was sentenced with other members, and executed them alive in boiling oil.

Heroic he should have while still trying to save his son by keeping him out of the boiler.

The John Lee Goemon Katana addresses this issue. The tsuba shows, among other Goemon when he was executed by a wood engraving by Toyokuni Ichiyoai. Among other designs also his name is found on the Fuchi in Japanese characters.

- Sharp blade of 9260 carbon spring steel (not stainless), suitable for cutting tests
- Sword in Unokubi-zukuri style
- Hand-painted Tsuba with traditional woodcut art
- Grip winding brown suede, lined with blackened Roche skin
- Black, high-gloss lacquered scabbard with degrees from buffalo horn
- High-quality, two-colored sageo
- Supplied with protective cover in fabric and in an attractive collector's box

47 Ronin Katana
by John Lee

#6010303

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47 Ronin Katana by John Lee

Product features include:

- Sharp, hand forged blade of 9260 carbon spring steel (not stainless), suitable for cutting tests (about 55 HRC).
- Blade in the Shobu-zukuri style.
- Handle of wood, with authentic ray skin inlay.
- Grip winding black leather classic Hineri Maki style.
- Black, high gloss lacquered wooden scabbard (Kuroro style) with degrees from (Kojiri, kurigata, Koiguchi) from buffalo horn.
- High-quality, two-colored sageo.
- Supplied in an attractive collector's box.
- Manufactured according to historical models.

Beginning of the 18th century were the two princes Kamei Korechika and Asano Naganori from Shogun commissioned to prepare a reception ceremony for the envoys of the emperor.

Dependence were the two on the corrupt ceremony champion Kira Kozuke who should teach in terms of courtly etiquette. This expected however this generous gifts and offerings. Unlike Kamei Asano refused this, whereupon he was from the ceremony master particularly ill-informed, insulted and provoked.

After some time of Erduldens Asano finally burst the collar and he attacked Kira with his knife. Although he was injured this only slightly, stood on this offense the death penalty and Asano committed seppuku, the ritual suicide.

Under Asano's followers there were 47 Samurai, which were by the death Ronin (masterless samurai). Although they knew that the blood revenge would mean the own death, she devised a plan to the ceremony master to murder. After months of preparation did you manage to finally break into Kira's property to execute him and then remove him on the head.

After they had laid his head down on Asano's grave, the Ronin revealed. Since they had avenged their master and thus acted within the code of honor of the samurai, the shogun allowed to commit suicide by seppuku, which they were not executed as ordinary criminals. This event is an outstanding example of the unconditional loyalty and fidelity of the samurai against their Lord.

The John Lee 47 Ronin Katana is designed to reflect the strength and loyalty of the masterless samurai.

John Lee IV - Katana Golden Fl ...
by John Lee

#604700

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John Lee IV - Katana Golden Flower by John Lee

Klinge 12-mal gefaltet

This sword is a masterpiece of Asian blacksmithing, hand forged and hardened in the traditional way. Manufactured according to museum originals. The blade is 12-times folded, provided with Bo-Hi and ground out sharply. The wooden handle is traditionally wrapped occupied with applied Menuki and real fish skin. It is supplied in 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.

John Lee II - Katana Mount Fuj ...
by John Lee

#604644

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John Lee II - Katana Mount Fuji by John Lee

Klinge 12-mal gefaltet

This sword comes with a certificate which guarantees the authenticity. It grinded sharp and comes in a coated fabric collector wooden box in which it can be kept surrounded by a fabric cover securely. The wooden handle is traditionally topped with real fish skin. The wooden scabbard is covered with high-gloss lacquer, the tsuba is made of brass and shows pictures of swordsmen and Chubu.
At the cutting edge, the sword has a hardness of 60 HRC and the back of the blade about 45 to 50 HRC. 2 Mekugi. Handle wrapped with cotton tape.
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.

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John Lee - Shintai KATANA
by John Lee

#605132

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John Lee - Shintai KATANA by John Lee

handgeschmiedet und traditionell gehärtet, Klinge 12 mal gefaltet

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.
Shintai are physical objects which play the role of relics in religious sites. They were not conceived in Japanese mythology as places of residence of the gods (kami). The sword is next to mirror and gem (jap. Throne Insignia) a typical Shintai. On the Tsuba Japanese gods are depicted.
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.

John Lee Waqar Katana
by John Lee

#6010316

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John Lee Waqar Katana by John Lee

Know the colours of Captain John Lee Gunto on.

  • Sharp, hand forged blade from 1045 carbon steel (not stainless)
  • The Shinogi-Zukuri style blade
  • Traditional handle is made of wood with real ray skin layer and lock button
  • Handle wrap Brown cotton Hineri Maki style
  • Brown lacquered wooden scabbard
  • High-quality, two-coloured Sageo
  • Is delivered in an attractive collector's box
  • Made after historical models
  • Each original John Lee loves a seal as well as a certificate in


Waqar is the Japanese military sword. At the end of the 19th century was the design of the French military Sabre.

To bring the spirit of the Samurai code of honor (Bushido) forces, it was decided in 1934 to a, the Katana inspired look. The swords of the ordinary soldiers were usually industrially manufactured and therefore simple quality.

However, senior military swords were often equipped with traditional blades from the family heritage. The rank of an officer was seen in the colors of the Sageos. In contrast to the Katana, the Sageo was mounted at the handle end of the Waqar.

John Lee - The Last Samurai KA ...
by John Lee

#605133

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John Lee - The Last Samurai KATANA by John Lee

handgeschmiedet und traditionell gehärtet

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 Tsuba is made Eisen.Die 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 according to historical documents. The blade is consistently incorporated to the handle end.

Known from the movie "The Last Samurai". Saigo Takamori with, the last samurai, 1877 ended a long tradition. He would not come to terms with the new political situation, the abolition of the samurai and instigated a last stand against the new government. His samurai warriors had but gege the military, which was already equipped with modern firearms, no chance.

Each sword comes with a seal, which guarantees authenticity. You get every sword in a cloth bag and a high quality collector wooden cassette. For each sword has a care kit and a knocked with felt high gloss lacquer stand.
This made according to museum originals masterpiece of Asian art of sword forging has been made in the traditional manner. Sheath extends to the handle end.

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John Lee - NOH KATANA
by John Lee

#605128

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John Lee - NOH KATANA by John Lee

handgeschmiedet und traditionell gehärtet

1045 carbon steel 47-48 ° Rockwell. Masterpieces of Asian blacksmithing.
The blades of the swords are hand forged from carbon steel and hardened in the traditional way, 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 red 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.
The tsuba shows actor of traditional Japanese Noh Theater, which although already emerged in the 13th century, is still very popular today. A Katana with a beautiful red glossy lacquer scabbard and red handle development.
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.
The blade is folded.

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Single blade John Lee
by John Lee

#605453

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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.

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John Lee - Kamakura Tachi
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#605725

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John Lee - Kamakura Tachi by John Lee

1045 47 - 48 ° Rockwell. - Hand-forged, sharp ausgeschliffene blade made of hardened carbon steel
- Long-held tang, which with two bamboo pins (Mekugi) is fixed in the handle
- Fine and simply decorated ornamental rate (Tsuba, Fuchi, Kashira, Menkui) from zinc-aluminum
- Handle is traditionally wrapped with black silk, lined with authentic ray skin
- Highly detailed sword belt leather inserts and high-quality, two-tone cotton sageo
- Delivery in collector, with cloth bag
Seal and Certificate
- Manufactured according to museum originals

Made in China.

John Lee - GOLDEN FLOWER TANTO
by John Lee

#605131

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John Lee - GOLDEN FLOWER TANTO 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.

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John Lee Shiro Katana
by John Lee

#606106

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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

Akito
by MAGNUM

#5454732

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Akito by MAGNUM

Real function sword. Well suited not only for katas (forms of exercise) or for Iaito (pull exercises), but also for Temeshigiri (cutting tests).

To perform cutting test, requires a particularly high quality, sharp and cutting containing blade. The blade of the Akito is made of clay-tempered 1045 carbon steel, with real Hamon (temper line).

The overall design is particularly robust, in order to avoid injuries. So the blade is continuously almost until the end of the handle and is held in place by two Mekugis. The function sword with a beautiful painted wooden sheath together with traditional eye (Kurigata and shito-Dome) is delivered.

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Imori Katana
by John Lee

#605305

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Imori Katana by John Lee

The sharply-carved blade of the sword is hand-forged carbon steel (not stainless) and hardened. It was made after Museum templates.
Fittings (Tsuba, Menuki, Fuchi, Kashira) show a golden pig.
The handle (Tsuka) is made of wood and is topped with real fish skin (same),
the tight handle wrap dark blue cotton, is traditionally the Katate Maki - style (war winding) attached
The blade clamp (Habaki) made of brass. With this sword, the sword fishing is particularly long and
fixed with 2 bamboo rods (Mekugi) in the handle.
Scabbard is made of wood.

It will guarantee that delivered, with Zertiftikat and seal for the authenticity. The delivery includes a collector wooden box.

Dimensions and weights:

Tsuba (Nagasa) blade length: 71 cm
Total length: 100 cm
Total length with sheath: 103 cm
Handle length: 28.5 cm
Curvature (sori): 1,4 cm
Focus: approx. 13 cm above the Tsuba
Habaki blade width: 3.0 cm
Blade width at transition to the tip (Kisaki): 2,0 cm
Blade thickness: 0,70 cm
Scabbard weight: 1520 g
Weight without scabbard: 1290 g, cutting test possible, good workmanship, Rockwell hardness in the core 40, at the cutting edge of 54, from 1095 carbon steel

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John Lee Shirasaya Katana ligh ...
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#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.

John Lee Shirasaya Katana blac ...
by John Lee

#606109

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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.

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 Imori-Wakizashi
by John Lee

#605718

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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.

John Lee - MUSASHI ICHI Tanto
by John Lee

#605137

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John Lee - MUSASHI ICHI Tanto 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 - AIKUCHI Tanto
by John Lee

#605138

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John Lee - AIKUCHI Tanto by John Lee

handgeschmiedet und traditionell gehärtet

The blade of the Tanto is hand forged from carbon steel and hardened. The sharp blade ausgeschliffene was for weight reduction with a
Bo-hi (channel) provided. The handle (Tsuka) is covered in wood and with authentic ray skin (Same). The handle wrap (Tsuka-Ito) is made of black cotton traditionally
attached. The scabbard (saya) is made of wood. Manufactured to museum originals.

Made in China.

John Lee Shirasaya O-Tanto
by John Lee

#606108

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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.

Half-Handmade Samurai Sword

#605127

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Half-Handmade Samurai Sword

Our blacksmith called this sword as a "Half-Handmade". This means that the forged blade is ground carefully sharp carbon steel on modern machines. The blade surface is polished by hand and has a fine structure. The back of the blade with 7 mm thickness corresponds to old originals. The Rockwell hardness of the blade is about 50 degrees. The sword has a very handy and long handle, which is made of wood, as well as the traditional applied by hand winding. A strong and on both sides elaborately decorated tsuba and scabbard paint from wood (high gloss finishes) complete this sword. The sword is not suitable for cutting tests. The blade is ground, suitable for Kata exercises.

Made in China. Without certificate, made about 5 years ago

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