Japanese swords and militaria for sale by Anjin Brandywine Militaria
All Items : Ethnic : Japanese : Pre 1980 item #1241948
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Nice ivory netsuke depicting a turtle relaxing on a lily pad. The bottom shows the veins of the pad and the stem leaning to the side. Not a national treasure but still a nice little carving.
All Items : Ethnic : Japanese : Pre 1980 item #1185332
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Cute little cat netsuke. At about 3.2cm high this is not a large example but it is tastefully carved and has a nice ivory grain throughout. Signed Mitsu Yuki.
All Items : Ethnic : Japanese : Contemporary item #1144057
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This sword stand was made by a good friend of mine who is half carpenter and half artist. The listed price is for this particular sword stand. Hand crafted of exotic wood, this stand displays a heavy Japanese influence with a frame highly suggestive of Shinto shrine arches and a hinomaru center. This stand was crafted to hold three swords and has a rear fixture for wall mount as well as a folding easel stand for table top display. It stands about 27.5 inches high when tilted on the easel stand...
All Items : Ethnic : Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1130853
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We are proud to offer this much sought reference book. W.M. Hawley's 1981 Japanese Swordsmiths Revised is a classic in the industry and an extremely important source of information on tens of thousands of samurai sword makers. Condition is superb with smooth binding and crisp, clean and undamaged pages. There is one depression on the upper spine that is exaggerated in the photo below. I find no other condition issues.
All Items : Ethnic : Japanese : Pre 1700 item #1121834
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Small Samurai tanto in the style of an armor piercing blade. Lovely lacquer mounts as shown in photographs. Scabbard fittings appear to be silver. Tang is unsigned. Blade shows darkening but is smooth with no rust, pitting or nicks. Attractive piece priced fairly.
All Items : Ethnic : Japanese : Pre 1700 item #1118198
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Interesting menpo. Below is an old ring mail skirt laced on. It looks like this is the correct configuration and intended use but the skirt has been laced on with a modern shoelace. Apparently a quick repair by previous owner, this is reflected in the price. Overall reasonably solid condition. The gold wire border on the skirt is frayed from age and there menpo itself has a crack on one side (Please see photos attached)...