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SOLD (Price dump) JNATs Shobudani, Nakayama, Aiiwantani & Coticule

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Hello KKF,

Im letting go of some of my stones that I don't use more as I'm not sharpening much atm.
Im in the EU - shipping cost is around 20$ shipped as trackable letter

Please ask if you have any questions :)

SOLD Belgian Coticule (728g, 230mm x 50mm x 25mm) - USD 130 115 100
Nice size Coticule. Relative fast. 6-9k grit depending on slurry

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JNAT Shobudani Iromono lv. 4. (210 mm x 50 mm x 25mm) - USD 200 185
Fine and hard Shobudani Ironomono. Been using this as the finisher for my knifes. Easy to use and gives a nice edge
The grey dots does not scratchs the steel
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JNAT Aiiwantani Kiita Iromono Koppa Lv. 3,5 (145 x 80 x 20 : 516gr) - USD 60
Very nice small size Aiiwantani. Soft stone that selfslurries. Easy to use and gives a nice edge.
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Lovely deal on a thick, knife-size coti for someone here. Looks to be maybe either La Grise or La Verte (?)

I also used to have a Shoubu that looked rather like that one, and it was indeed a great edge finisher for knives. And still have a soft Aiiwatani - ditto.
 
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