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Old 25th March 2020, 02:32 PM   #2
Loedjoe
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I agree with Albert on the great value of this book.

I was intending to post something about, when I had finished reading it, but Albert has done a much better review of it than I would have managed.

I was also impressed with the way that blade forms and types were compared with blades of other cultures and period, in a number of the individual entries.

There are many exceptionally fine items in the book.
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