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(9) JAPANESE MIXED METAL TSUBAS Meiji Period
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(9) JAPANESE MIXED METAL TSUBAS Meiji Period Iron or Bronze Tsubas with copper, gold, bronze and silver inlay, two with pierce work, one of a battle, one...

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