3 Tips for Starting a Sword Collection

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Whether you just like how they look or if you are fascinated by the history behind them, you might be ready to start a sword collection of your own. The world of sword collecting is exciting, but you shouldn't jump in just yet. Instead, know these tips for starting a sword collection for the first time.

1. Learn More About Them

These long-bladed weapons date back to approximately 1600 BC, so there is a lot of history when it comes to swords. There are also swords in many different styles; some are quite simple, while others are much more ornamental. You can choose to collect swords from different time periods, or you can build up a selection of swords of all different styles. To avoid getting confused and to get a better understanding of the swords that you want to collect, it's worth it to do some research. Of course, you can start with the internet, but there are also a lot of really great books out there that are great for beginning sword collectors. Some of these books have a lot of information and tons of beautiful, vivid pictures, making them worthy of collecting themselves.

2. Buy the Necessary Supplies

Along with your swords themselves, you will also need supplies for your swords. To keep your swords in great shape, you'll need to clean, sharpen, oil and wax them. You'll need all of the supplies for each of these things. You also have to think about how you're going to store your swords. You may want to put them in cases for safety reasons and to protect them, or you may want to buy cases or brackets so that you can display them on the wall.

3. Set Your Budget

Buying swords can be a somewhat affordable hobby, but it can be easy to spend a lot of money if you aren't careful, too. To keep your new hobby in check, set your budget ahead of time. Determine how much you can afford to spend on swords and how often you can afford to buy new swords for your collection. Putting some careful thought into your budget is a good way to prevent your new hobby from causing a financial burden, and it can help you avoid wasting money. This will allow you to allocate your sword budget toward the swords that you really want.

Once you've considered these tips, it's time to start you sword collection. A good place to start looking is online search engines. Searches like "katanas for sale" can often bring up exciting results. Who knows, you could be one click away from finding the sword of your dreams. 

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