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    Patrick could it be a presentation sword from say pre WWII before the stuff hit the fan for the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Chadwick View Post
    IF a Japaneseicon sword WHY initials TK in Western (Roman) script?
    Agreed, so I asked for more and closer pics. The OP hasn't been back since the beginning though, read the first couple answers and then scooted...
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    Because I believe its English manufactured for the client
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    Pic from Japaneseicon sword website. Since officers had to buy their own swords, why not customize it with initials, in any language. Or a presentation sword.

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