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Thread: (Point Gallery#43) Highlander Musashi Katana

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    (Point Gallery#43) Highlander Musashi Katana

    This is from the earlier generation of the Highlander katanas mounted by Sal. The identification is found inside the tsuba rather than the habaki. The blade is an older generation of Kris Cutlery katanas.

    Stats:

    Blade 29"

    Tsuka 12 1/2"

    With saya 42 1/2"

    Weight is about 2.5 lbs

    POB 6"

    No distal tapering.

    The blade is not razor sharp and has a high polish finish with visible polish marks and no hamon (typical of early KC blades).

    Asking price: $575 shipped CONUS (No extra 3% for Paypal).
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    Musashi Sword

    Quote Originally Posted by D. Opheim View Post
    This is from the earlier generation of the Highlander katanas mounted by Sal. The identification is found inside the tsuba rather than the habaki. The blade is an older generation of Kris Cutlery katanas.

    Stats:

    Blade 29"

    Tsuka 12 1/2"

    With saya 42 1/2"

    Weight is about 2.5 lbs

    POB 6"

    No distal tapering.

    The blade is not razor sharp and has a high polish finish with visible polish marks and no hamon (typical of early KC blades).

    Asking price: $575 shipped CONUS (No extra 3% for Paypal).


    Hello, is your sword still for sale??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Bowlin View Post
    Hello, is your sword still for sale??

    Sorry this sword sold last year.

    Since there was not posted interest at the time, I never though to update this thread.
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