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Katana signed KANEMOTO

A26309(S2845)

Shin-shin-to end of Edo period (Ansei era circa 1854-) Mino
Length of cutting edge 71.3cm Curvature 1.2cm Width of base 30.5mm Width of Yokote 21.3mm Thickness of base 7.3mm

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katana signed (AOI crest) YASUTSUGU Motte Nanbantetsu Bushu-Edo ni oite kore-wo Tsukuru (Edo 3rd generation) with) Black Ro-iro lacquered Itame-pattern Makie work scabbard Han-tachi styleKoshirae mount

N071317(S2844)

Shinto Early Edo period (kanbun era/circa 1661-) Bushu
Length of cutting edge 70.6cm Curvature 1.8cm Width of base 32.8mm Thickness of base 7.1mm Width of Yokote 21.7mm

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with) Black Ro-iro lacquered Itame-pattern Makie work scabbard Han-tachi style Koshirae mount

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Katana signed Hizen-koku junin YOSHINOBU with)Black Roiro style lacquered scabbard Dragonfly/Hagi bush clover designraised lacquer work Taka-makie Uchikatana mounting

Y4147(S1520)

Shinto Early Edo period (Kanei era circa 1624-1643) Hizen
Length of cutting edge 72.45cm Curvature 1.4cm Width of base 31.0mm Thickness of base 6.9mm Width of Yokote 21.9mm

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with)Black Roiro style lacquered scabbard Dragonfly/Hagi bush clover design raised lacquer work Taka-makie Uchikatana mounting

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katana signed Hizen-koku-ju Ōmi-daijo Fujiwara TADAHIRO

W6997(S3276)

Shinto Early Edo period (Shouho era/circa 1644-) Hizen
Length of cutting edge 70.1cm Curvature 2.0cm Width of Base 31.3mm Width of Yokote 21.8mm Thickness of base 7.0mm

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Katana signed KANENORI

A15827(S5006)

Koto End of Muromachi period (Tensho era/circa 1573-) Mino
Length of cutting edge 74.0cm Curvature 1.8cm Width of base 32.5mm Thickness of base 6.7mm

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Katana signed Nihon Kaji Soushou Mishina Iganokami FujiwaraKIN'MICHI (chrysanthemum crest) Kaminariyoke In the 8 th month, Meiwa 8

O116292(S2065)

Shinto Middle of Edo period (Meiwa 8 / 1771) Yamashiro
Length of cutting edge 76.3cm Curvature 3.1cm Width of base 30.6mm Width of Yokote 21.0mm Thickness of base 6.4mm

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Katana signed Hishu Yatsushiro-ju KANESHIGE Auspicious day in the 6 th month, the Tiger year, the 9 th calendar sign

K42485(S1501)
Contemporary sword (Showa 57 th/1982) Kumamoto pref.
Length of cutting edge 73.4cm Curvature 1.7cm Width of base 32.4mm Width of Yokote 23.4mm Thickness of base 6.7mm

Kanata signed Oku Yamato-no-kami Taira-no-Ason MOTOHIRA Spring, Bird year of Kyowa 1st

M28815(S3011)

Shin-shin-to In the latter half of Edo period (Kyowa 1/1801) Satsuma
Length of cutting edge 71.6cm Curvature 1.9cm Width of base 31.5mm Width of Yokote 22.1mm Thickness of base 6.6mm

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Katana unsigned attributed to a work of JUMYO with)Brown stone surface lacquered scabbard Uchikatana Koshirae

A75581(S1995)

Shin-shin-to Late Edo period (Tenmei era/1781-) Owari
Length of cutting edge 72.0cm Curvature 0.9cm Width of base 32.5mm Width of Yokote 22.0mm Thickness of base 9.2mm

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with)Brown stone surface lacquered scabbard Uchikatana Koshirae

Tachi unsigned attributed to a work of Echizen Rai (Rai KUNIYASU) with) Brown Nashi-ji pearl of inlay scabbard Itomaki style Tachi Koshirae

N30410(S8219)

Koto Nanbokucho period (Teiji era/1362-) Yamashiro/Echizen
Length of cutting edge 72.0cm Curvature 1.8cm Width of base 31.5mm Width of Yokote 20.0mm Thickness of base 6.8mm

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with) Brown Nashi-ji pearl of inlay scabbard Itomaki style Tachi Koshirae

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Katana signed IESUKE with) AOI crest brown pearl-of-inlay Makie lacquered scabbard Ito-maki type Tachi mounting

K48473(S1245)

Koto Early Muromachi period (Ouei era/circa 1394-27) Bizen
Length of cutting edge 69.2cm Curvature 2.4cm Width of base 29.0mm Thickness of base 7.0mm Width of Yokote 18.0mm

NBTHK(The 20th 1971 JUYO TOKEN) certificate

with) AOI crest brown pearl-of-inlay Makie lacquered scabbard Ito-maki type Tachi mounting

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Katana unsigned attributed to a work of Rai KUNITOSHI with) Gold pearl of inlay Gold foil Taka-makie high relief Mokko crest scabbard Efu-style Tachi Koshirae

T281787(S8904)

Koto the latter half of Kamakura period (Kouan - Genkou/1278 - 1320) Yamashiro
Length of cutting edge 66.2cm Curvature 1.9cm Width of base 28.6mm Width of Yokote 17.8mm Thickness of base 6.1mm

NBTHK(The 47th 2001 JUYO TOKEN) certificate

Gold pearl of inlay Gold foil Taka-makie high relief Mokko crest scabbard Efu-style Tachi Koshirae
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Tachi signed KUNIMUNE (Bizen Saburou)

A3926(S6006)

Koto middle of Kamamura period (Kencho era circa 1249) Bizen
Length of cutting edge73.1cm Curvature2.2cm Width of base29.0mm Width of Yokote16.9mm Thickness of base6.7mm

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Katana signed Tsuda Echizen-no-kami SUKEHIRO The 8th month 9th year of Kanbun with) Floating Butterflies from Sakura flower to flower motif Koshirae

H81380(S8886)

Shinto Early Edo period (9th year of Kanbun/1669) Settsu
Length of cutting edge70.4cm Curvature1.2cm Width of base28.2mm Thickness of base6.5mm Width of Yokote19.1mm

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with) Floating Butterflies from Sakura flower to flower motif Koshirae
Sayagaki written by Dr. Michihiro Tanobe

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Katana attributed to a work of AOE

T166148(S826)

Koto Nanbokucho period (about 700 years ago) Yamato
Length of cutting edge 69.2cm Curvature 1.3cm Width of base 29.0mm Width of Yokote 20.5mm Thickness of base 6.6mm

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Katana signed Tsushima-no-kami Tachibana TSUNEMITSU In the second month, the ninth year of Enpo

O454(S828)

Shinto (The ninth year of Enpo/1681) Bushu
Length of cutting edge71.3cm Curvature1.8cm Width of base31.5mm Width of Yokote22.0mm Thickness of base7.7mm

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