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Katana Hizen Masahiro 1st generation

Katana Hizen Masahiro 1st generation

Katana signed “Hizen Kuni Kawachi no Daijo Fujiwara Masahiro” – 肥前国河内大掾藤原正広 Shodai (first generation) Early Edo ~1628 Hizen province School name : Tadayoshi Stunning and exuberant gunome midare hamon on a bright and deep Nioi base dotted with ko nie, ji nie, sunagashi, kinsuji … The Jigane is ko itame […]

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Katana Ko Mihara Masahiro

Katana Ko Mihara Masahiro

Katana Ko Mihara Masahiro 古三原正広 Koto – Nanbokucho Period – 1384 Bingo Province (currently the eastern part of Hiroshima) Name of the school: (Ko) Mihara Hamon in chu suguha on base Nioi strewn with some nie, kinsuji and sunagashi, with a luminous nioiguchi. The jihada is in itame / mokume […]

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Sunobi Tanto signed Muramasa

Sunobi Tanto signed Muramasa

Gorgeous sunobi Tanto signed Muramasa with its Koshirae. Koto – Muromachi period (1336 – 1573) Very beautiful blade of 37 cm nagasa (as mentioned on the certificate Hon’ami), where we can see a beautiful hamon in Hitatsura with great activity of Nie, ko nie, tobiyaki, some sunagashi … The hada […]

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Katana Kunisuke

Katana Kunisuke

Katana signed « Kawachi no kami Kunisuke » 河内守国助 Second generation (nidai) « Naka Kawachi » Early Edo – 1658 Settsu province (Osaka) School : Kunisuke choji Midare hamon ko itame hada jigane komaru boshi Dimensions : Nagasa = 68,9 cm Sori = 0,9 cm Motohaba = 3,4 cm Kasane = 0,8 cm Fujishiro rank : […]

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Katana Yamato Kanabo

Katana Yamato Kanabo

Rare Katana Yamato from Kanabo school. Koto period, late Muromachi (approx 1520). This small school was created late in Yamato, at the end of the Muromachi period. Its name comes from the fact that the blacksmiths added « Kanabo », the place of establishment of the school, to their patronymic in their […]

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Katana Nobushige

Katana Nobushige

Big Katana signed Kofu Ju Minamoto Nobushige Zo, and dated Keio Gannen 8 gatuhi. Shinshinto period (1864), Musashi province. Nobushige was making swords under the Yushima Tenjin and he was probably influenced by the famous Suishinshi Masahide. This Katana is big and massive, with a Niedeki Kogunome midare Hamon, and a  ko itame […]

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Katana Muramasa

Katana Muramasa

Not for sale Sengo Muramasa Katana.

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Hideyo Hyoshinshi Katana

Hideyo Hyoshinshi Katana

Katana O suriage attributed by a NBTHK certicate to Hideyo Hyoshinshi – 水心子秀世 Shinshinto Kaei 1848 Musashi province. Hideyo, also called Tamura Gunpei, was the student and son-in-law of the great Suishinshi Masahide considered the founder of the movement Shinshinto. The particular and rare shape of this blade is called […]

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Sengo Katana

Sengo Katana

Rare Koto Katana attributed to Sengo school of the Ise province. 千子 Complete and following mount. Mumei Suriage blade attributed to Sengo school by a NBTHK Hozon certificate. This one is a bit tired due to several successive polishing but all features are present and even admirable. Itame Jihada, Hamon […]

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Koto Wakizashi with Horimono

Koto Wakizashi with Horimono

SOLD Koto Wakizashi with Horimono (Bonji and Bohi URA side, and a Ken OMOTE side). Shirasaya with silver Habaki. KOTO period. Mumei O suriage (shortened), no papers. The Bonji seems to be « Benzaiten ». Benzaiten is a japanese buddhist goddess of knowledge, art and beauty, eloquence, music, literature, arts and science, […]

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