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  1. Last Samurai - Captain Nathan Algren sword - Practical Katana

    Blade: carbon steel - not sharp
    Hamon: in style to note
    Hi: -
    Blade length (without habaki): 70cm.
    Sori: 2cm.
    Blade thickness: 4mm.
    Kissaki: 3.5cm.
    Tsukamaki length: 24cm.
    Total length: 100cm.
    Weight: 1126g.
    Balance: advanced, at 14.5cm from tsuba
    Saya: black lacquered wood with gold colored engravings
    Tsuka-gawa: black leather on same (ray skin) white
    Sageo: gold cotton
    Tsuba, Fuchi and Kashira: antiqued metal with gilding
    Habaki and Menuki: golden metal
    Seppa: golden metal
    Notes: removable with double mekugi - this sword is not accompanied by film licenses but we offer it to you anyway, resulting in a good quality level

    Small technical glossary: ​​Hamon: temper line on the blade * Hi: deep groove in the blade, also called blood-cola * Saya: sword sheath * Tsuka: handle * Tsukamaki: weave on the handle * Tsuka-Ito or Tsuka-gawa: webbing cotton, silk or leather that wraps the handle * Tsuba: guard * Fuchi: ornament between guard and handle * Kashira: ornament at the end of the handle * Menuki: medallions placed under the cordage of the handle * Habaki: collar that wraps the beginning of the blade * Seppa: seals of the guard * Shitodome: seals to which the Sageo is linked * Motohaba: height of the habaki blade * Sakihaba: height of the kissaki blade.

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