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Object details

Category
Weapons and ammunition
Related period
Interwar (association), 1945-1989 (association)
Materials

Scabbard: wood

Mounts: brass

Cover: shagreen

Dimensions

Field Scabbard: Length 741.0 mm

Catalogue number
WEA 1300.2
Part of
sword, Naval Officer's kai-gunto pattern, with scabbard and sword knot

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