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Osafune Masamitsu Jo Saku Nanbokucho Koto (ca. 1368) - NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Token  A Soden Bizen katana by one of the primary students of Kanemitsu, featuring the distinctive o-kissaki style of the times. A candidate for Juyo. Ensuite with koshirae.

Osafune Masamitsu Jo Saku Nanbokucho Koto (ca. - NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Token A Soden Bizen katana by one of the primary students of Kanemitsu, featuring the distinctive o-kissaki style of the times. A candidate for Juyo.

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

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

Nagamaki by Kanabo Masatsugu, Muromachi period, 16th century. The nagamaki: Sugata (configuration): nagamakizukuri, iorimune with a very broad shinogi and a very long kissaki. Nagasa (length from tip to beginning of tang): 38 5/8in (98.1cm), kissaki 6 3/8in (16.2cm), Motohaba (width at start of tempered edge): 1 1/2in (3.8cm), Sakihaba (width before tip): 1 1/2in (3.8cm). length:212 cm, weight of blade: 2,185 g, 16th c koshirae.

Nagamaki by Kanabo Masatsugu, Muromachi period, century.

Las gemelas en sus aposentos, cuando no las vuelvo a unir y las guardo por separado

Las gemelas en sus aposentos, cuando no las vuelvo a unir y las guardo por separado

Blade e de montagem para uma espada Slung (Tachi). Dimensões: L. . 42 in (106,7 centímetros); L. de lâmina 28 1/2 pol. (72,4 cm)

※w e a p o n※ ♦dAǸ†㉫♦Blade and Mounting for a Slung Sword (Tachi) Blade attributed to Norimitsu (Japanese, active ca.

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.

WAKIZASHI MOMOYAMA, katama, Sword : 16th Century Japan Steel, iron, gold, lacquer - Japanese Aesthetics : Photo

WAKIZASHI MOMOYAMA "Tachi" Sword, Century Japan Steel, iron, gold, lacquer : This the most elegant of weapons over a thousand years of deadly perfection of art and war craft.

Nagamaki by Kanabo Masatsugu, Muromachi period, 16th century. The nagamaki: Sugata (configuration): nagamakizukuri, iorimune with a very broad shinogi and a very long kissaki. Nagasa (length from tip to beginning of tang): 38 5/8in (98.1cm), kissaki 6 3/8in (16.2cm), Motohaba (width at start of tempered edge): 1 1/2in (3.8cm), Sakihaba (width before tip): 1 1/2in (3.8cm). 16th century koshirae.

Nagamaki by Kanabo Masatsugu, Muromachi period, century.

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