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Two swords, Chinese & Japanese, mid 20th century. Longest 107 cm

Japanese army officer's sword and scabbard of World War II era. Signed and dated (1944) blade

Japanese Kasuka knife holder and two Menuki, with gold inlays

Two Imperial Japanese naval officer's dirks with scabbards

A scarce last ditch Japanese type 30 straight cross guard squared birds head pommel bayonet with its exceptionally rare wooden scabbard. Unfullered blade. Locking catch works but stud is ground down to be level with the pommel surface, this is clearly a ve

A scarce last ditch Japanese type 30 straight cross guard squared birds hea pommel bayonet with its exceptionally rare wooden scabbard. Unfullered blade with original factory sharpening and 99 per cent of the original blue finish, cross guard, tang and squ

Japanese army officer's sword and scabbard of World War II era. Signed and dated (1944) blade

Japanese Koto Period sword circa 17th century or earlier, signed Kane Fusa, pronounced curve a Midare Harmon and a Ko-kissaki. Sword has been shortened but the signature has been folded over to preserve it. All in World War II army officers mounts. Blade 6

Reproduction Japanese katana with scabbard, overall approx 103 cm, blade approx 74.5 cm

An Ilang Iban Parang: tribal sword with sheath Many Japanese troops fell victim to deadly darts from native blowpipes. They were almost always be-headed by parangs such as this type. The handle is carved from deer horn and the hair symbolises beheading. Le

A Barong Bajau Parang: tribal sword with sheath. This tribal sword originates from tribal areas near Jambongan and was used in the beheading of some Japanese soldiers details Chap. 16 of Jack Sue's book blood on Borneo both Jack and Lt Don Harlem enjoyed f

A Japanese food bowl. One of Jack Sue's most treasured souvenirs from Borneo He removed it from a 20,000 ton Japanese crude oil tanker on the coastline of the Kudat peninsula after his party destroyed a small boatload of Japanese military. The Japanese nav

A Japanese Katana sword with scabbard. This sword was taken from a 20,000 ton Jap crude oil tanker that had been deliberately beached following a torpedo and aerial attack. Jack and his team of native guerrilla fighters arrived shortly after to inspect and

A Japanese Katana sword with scabbard. This sword was taken from a Jap Captain of the dreaded Kempei Tei following a raid upon a 20 man Jap garrison at Dampirit, on the Kudat peninsula of British north Borneo 1945. This item along with others including Lot

A Colins & Co Legitimus no. 18 knife with sheath. Issued to Jack and other members of Z special Unit for use behind Japanese lines in British north Borneo 1945. Length 38 cm

A Hembrug bayonet and scabbard. This Hembrug bayonet and scabbard was made by the Dutch for the Dutch cavalry and used in Indonesia and Borneo. When the Japanese invaded, they confiscated and issued these bayonets to their own troops. This bayonet was take

A Katana Japanese sword, most likely World War II period with brown lacquered scabbard. Sword 93 cm

A Japanese sword with carved bone scabbard, the long samurai-type sword, with unmarked blade, the carved scabbard decorated with scenes of war, 105 cm long

A World War II Japanese Katana officers sword with scabbard a Showa blade by Kaneuji of Seki, dated 1942 with Kaneuji seal blade length 87.3 cm

Antique Japanese ivory dagger elaborately carved handle and sheath with numerous figured village scene 38 cm overall length

Japanese katana with black lacquer sheath & silver menuki, signed tang. Length of blade 67 cm. Length 91 cm

Japanese sword bayonet for the Arisaka rifle, complete with it's steel scabbard and brown leather frog. Approx 53 cm long

Japanese army officer's sword, Shin-Gunto. Signed World War II era blade, complete with it's steel brass mounted scabbard. Approx 102 cm overall.

Japanese military mount katana, blade circa 1600, signed Fuji Warn Mitschiro, approx 91 cm long

A Japanese World War II naval dirk. (af). a Japanese World War II dirk

Japanese sword with black lacquered scabbard & signed tang. Sword 85 cm

Japanese 1937-1945 World War II Katana Non officer sword in great condition and fairly ornate tsuba and ray skin handle (with scabbard) 96 cm long

Two various Japanese swords. Leather bound handles with crudely cast brass pommels & tsubas. Impressed characters to blades. Leather scabbards. Length 94 cm. (average)

Japanese N.C.O. Sword in metal scabbard, World War I period. 100 cm in length.

World War II Japanese officer's long sword with very clear temper line, bound ray skin grip with traditional fittings floral scroll bronze tsuba in leather military scabbard 64 cm blade length

Japanese World War I army sword, exchanged by private Max Faulkner in Rum Jungle

A fine Japanese tanto, Edo period (1603-1837), with a lacquered and patterned sharkskin hilt surmounted by a cloisonne fuchi, a black lacquered scabbard with red pine needle inclusions, the blade with samurai and geisha embellishments, signature and a fain

Japanese World War II samurai sword with World War II mounts & sheath. Note the Tang has been cut at one point.

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