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PostPosted: 2011-11-17, 08:56    Post subject: Hanko Help Reply with quote

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Is this a known hanko? Any informations on the maker? I found it on an 1.6 Kinko shakuhachi. Didn't find it in the hanko database. The flute seemsto be old with some old repairs.


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PostPosted: 2011-11-18, 03:06    Post subject: Hanko Help Reply with quote

The top kanji appears to be 鈴 which may be pronounced rin or rei or suzu and means 'small bell.' Unfortunetaly, it's not possible to make a guess at the second kanji. You can see the maker Rinfu on the database. The first kanji, though stylized differently, and newer than yours, seems to be the same.
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