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Lot 75
A Daisho,
Sold for £164 (US$ 277) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A Daisho,
comprising long sword with 59cm blade, brass tsuba and mounts, leather bound tsuka, contained in its brass mounted leather covered wood saya, together with a wakazashi with 30.5cm blade, decorated ensuite (2)
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