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Published by Token Taikai "79 in [Chicago, Ill.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Japan,
  • United States

Subjects:

  • Swords -- Japan -- Exhibitions.,
  • Swords -- Private collections -- United States -- Exhibitions.,
  • Sword mountings -- Japan -- Exhibitions.,
  • Sword mountings -- Private collections -- United States -- Exhibitions.

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsNK6784.A1 T637 1979
The Physical Object
Pagination68 p., [4] fold leaves of plates :
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4158996M
LC Control Number80139836

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  Modern Japanese Swords: The Beginning of the Price: $ B Kokuho: Bizen Meito Ten. Price: $ B Japanese Sword Fittings: Naunton Collection by Price: $ B The Armour Book in Honcho Gunkiko by Hakuseki. Price: $ Buy Japanese Sword Books and Tsuba Grey Doffin - Dealer in Nihonto ://?page=   Nihonto Library Available - Books For Sale - posted in For Sale or Trade: Hi all, Im a former member of the prior Nihonto Message Board, whos been lurking in the background for a while and recently decided to part with my Library of Japanese sword books that Ive assembled during the past 25 years. Many of them are limited or out of print editions, and Ive tried to describe their condition in a   legends and stories around the japanese sword Posted By Denise Robins Library TEXT ID dd Online PDF Ebook Epub Library exceptional quality of his blades the gods granted his request and imbued them with a bloodthirsty spirit that if not sated with battle would drive the wielder to murder or   Homma, Junji, "An Outline of Japanese Sword Guards," The Book of the Sword, Token KenKyu Kai. Dallas, Homma, Junji, et al., The Walter A Compton Collection Catalogue. Tokyo, Hoopes, Thomas T., Catalogue of a Loan Exhibition of Japanese Swords and Sword Blades. The Arms and Armor Club, Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York,