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Old 14th May 2006, 11:06 AM   #1
D Wilke
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Location: Okinawa, JN
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Default Swords of Jolo Sulu 3

Guys, I'm posting this for another new enthusiast here who has picked up these two blades. Neither has a seperate gangya. The carving on the broken scabbard is of the type that the few locals who seems to know anything said was of an old variety, not as old the carving on the one I posted previously but old enough that they said there is no one around who could reproduce it (questionable). He also would like any and all info you can give him reference his new blades.

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