The Rare Minatogawa Masataka 1942 Sword A True Relic of Japanese Imperial Navy NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon paper


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This Rare Special Preservation Minatogawa Kikusui Sword,
a testament to Japanese military history during World War II.
Crafted by Masataka in June 17, 1942, during the Showa era,
this imposing Large Military Sword served the Japanese Imperial Navy with distinction.MASATAKA (正孝),
Shōwa (昭和, 1926-1989) The sword bears the prestigious signature “Minatogawa Jinja Masataka,”
accompanied by the revered Kikusui mon, symbolizing the Imperial Navy’s distinguished Kikusui Campaign.
This extraordinary piece is paired with its original WWII Koshirea, adding an extra layer of authenticity to its historical significance.
Inscribed with the details “Minatogawa Shrine Masataka Showa 17 years 6 months,”
The Nagasa (blade length) measures an impressive 63.7 cm, contributing to the sword’s formidable presence.
The total length extends to 94 cm, with a weight of 700 grams, showcasing a balanced and practical design.
Owning this rare Kikusui Sword connects you with the past, offering a tangible link to a pivotal period in Japanese military history.
The NBTHK Tobuketsu Hozon paper further attests to the sword’s authenticity, providing collectors and enthusiasts with assurance and confidence in its historical pedigree. Whether you are a collector, historian, or someone fascinated by wartime artifacts,
the Rare Special Preservation Kikusui Sword promises an immersive journey into the past.
Its craftsmanship, dedication, and historical significance make it a unique and valuable addition to any collection,
carrying the spirit of its maker and the echoes of a bygone era.
Acquire this remarkable piece and unravel the stories concealed within its blade,
a window into the bravery and challenges of an era marked by conflict and resilience.

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