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JAPANESE NAGANATA SURIAGE TO A WAKIZASHI.
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JAPANESE NAGANATA SURIAGE TO A WAKIZASHI. 19-3/8" cutting edge, naganata zukuri, red lacquered hi (grooves) Nakago (tang) is suriage (shortened) with 2...

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