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One Comment to “Who Make The Most Expensive Japanese Samurai Swords?”

  1. charlesf says:

    You’ve got problems here. It is illegal to own, purchase, or trade any genuine Samurai swords that date to before 1830. In other words, the really good (and expensive) ones. All such blades were declared, by the U.N., as “national treasures of Japan”, and if found must be immediately repatriated to Japan. The fines for getting caught with one are pretty stiff, too.
    I have several Samurai swords from WW II and a couple from the late, late 1890s. Those weren’t cheap either. This is one area where purchasing something that IS a replica is entirely okay, and even preferable…and a lot more affordable.
    Collecting swords is a great hobby, have fun!

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