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Katana Gassan Sadakatsu, period: Showa (July 1941). An elegant blade in Ko-Yamato shape, emulating the Kogarasu Maru. A rare item of Imperial provenance.

Katana Gassan Sadakatsu, period: Showa (July An elegant blade in Ko-Yamato shape, emulating the Kogarasu Maru. A rare item of Imperial provenance.

Antique 14th Century Koto Samurai Sword Japanese Tanto in Aikuchi Koshirae

Antique 14th Century Koto Samurai Sword Japanese Tanto in Aikuchi Koshirae

Antique Century Koto Samurai Sword Japanese Tanto in Aikuchi Koshirae

Description: A katana dating: 19th Century provenance: Japan Blade (nagasa), 68 cm with well visible hamon and hada; copper and silver habaki; nakago with one mekugi-ana, mei; iron tsuba with bat, partially gilt, mei; shakudo fuchi-kashira with partially gilt effigy of face and floral motifs; shakudo menuki shaped as a partially gilt dragon; red lacquered saya.

Description: A katana dating: Century provenance: Japan Blade (nagasa),

Sword Ito maki no tachi, by Morimitsu. Gold and metal. Osafune, Japan, 14th century.

Sword Ito maki no tachi, by Morimitsu. Early samurai weapon, replaced by the katana.

Nimai-Dō Gusoku Armor with Dark Blue and Red Lacing, Edo period, 18th century. Iron, wood, leather, gold, and lacquer; H. of helmet bowl: 5 1/2 in. (13.9 cm); H. of cuirass: 13 3/4 in. (35 cm) Okazaki City Museum, Aichi Prefecture.

Nimai-Dō Gusoku Armor with Dark Blue and Red Lacing, Edo period, century…

An Echizen tanto in lacquer scabbard ~  EDO PERIOD (17TH CENTURY), ATTRIBUTED TO YASUTSUGU I.

Japanese Art: Meiji Period Magnificence

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