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You may find Naniwa Professional (former Chosera) stones with
I have yet to see better prices in Europe.
You will need at least a medium-coarse like the 800 and a medium-fine one like a 2 or 3k. The end result will correspond to 1200, 3 and 4k according to JIS standards.
See as well their Belgian Blue and Coticule. If you use a very fine stone only for deburring a small one may be an unexpensive option.
Getting stuff from outside the EU involves import tax, local VAT and handling costs.
The MAC Galley suggested is an excellent option, and great value.
You should be able to maintain it for a long time with a Naniwa Pro 2k only.
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