WAKIZASHI ANTIQUE JAPANESE SWORD 41.0cm N. Wakizashi, Antique Japanese Sword. Yokoyama Kozuke-no-daijo Fujiwara Sukesada. Hacho(Cutting edge, Blade length). Early Edo Period, around. With the certificates of N. Nihon Token Hozon Kai. Made this sword around Early Edo. The category of this sword is. Was the famous swordsmith in. The representative swordsmith of. He was the famous swordsmith in. Please see the picture #2. This sword is categorized as. The Certificates of Authenticity, authenticated by N. Nihon Token Hozon Kaion March 12, 2006. The Hamon (temper line) are. Almost same hamon for both sides. Jihada(forging grain) is. There are tiny scratches due to in and out from the scabbard. There are tiny kitae-kizu. This sword is very elegant, and beautiful appearance. This sword shows all the characteristics of. Yokoyama Kozuke-no-daijo Sukesadas work. Hacho(Blade length): 41.0cm. (Width at the Hamachi): 2.89cm. Motokasane(Thickness of Motokasane): 6.8mm. Nakago (The tang of the blade) Length: 14.3cm. # of Mekugi-ana(the hole for the mekugi): 2. There are tiny kitae-kizu here with age appropriate. Genjiko-no-Zu is often used as the designs of kimono or obi and Jyubako or a family. Crest, due to the high quality of its artistry. Blade, and Shirasaya: 633. As this is the final sale, please check the pictures very carefully. The export permit to the Japanese Ministry of Culture, after receiving. It will take about 3 weeks to obtain the permit. There is no choice for us to put exclude country lists for these countries. Oceania, North and Middle America, Middle East: USD. South America, Africa: USD. Any of our listed items. Always do our best to describe items accurately and honestly. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. Please look at the p. We are happy to send you additional pictures upon your request. Thoroughly inspected for quality assurance and packed carefully. These charges and additional costs are the buyers responsibility. We DO NOT mark merchandise values below value or mark items as gifts US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.
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