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I have at long last worked up the courage to remove the handle from this sword.

As well as the fixing peg the handle was held in place by a brittle resin type of material which I removed with petrol.

Below I found what i assume to be Japanese writing on both sides and on the back edge.

Can anyone help with translations.

GORDON

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