Hizen Kunihiro (fss-839)

Hizen Kunihiro (fss-839)

Hizen Kunihiro (fss-839) New Item Available Sold On Hold Special Sale This sword was made by Hizen Kunihiro, he was the sonof the Hizen Hirosada who was a younger brother of first generation Hizen Tadayoshi. kunihiro was named Rokuro zaemon Hashimoto.He studied from his father sword making techniques so his work is similar to his father’s.This blade is very well made, the Jigane is active and is course in some areas. The hamon is gunome midare.The blade is accompany with NBTHK  hozon paper.  The sword comes in its Shirasaya and has a solid silver Habaki. This would be a great sword to mount someday. Mei: Hizen Ju Kunihiro Date: Edo (1600’s-1700’s) Nagasa: 21-5/8 inches Sori: 12.0 mm Width at the ha-machi: 28.8 mm Width at the yokote: 19.8 mm Thickness at the mune-machi: 6.4 mm Construction: Shinogi zukuri Mune: Iori Nakago: Ubu Kitae: Itame Hamon: Midare Gunome Boshi: Maru Condition: Good polish Click to Enlarge Image Click to Enlarge Image This sword is on consignment. Special Sale Price Sold On Hold Asking price: $3,200.00 (shipping and insurance included) Email us if your interested in this item and remember to include the order number for this item: fss-839. NihontoAntiques@comcast.net How To Order Information Click to Enlarge Image Click to Enlarge Image Click to Enlarge Image Subscribe for the Latest Updates!Join our mailing list to receive the latest News & Updates from Nihonto Antiques. SUBSCRIBE You have Successfully Subscribed! Your email address will be kept private & will only be used to send updates from this site! For Sale Hizen Kunihiro (fss-839) Enomoto Sadayoshi (fss-838) Yakuwa Musashi (fss-836) Fujimura Kunitoshi (fss-833) Koto Signed Wakazashi (fss-832) Ko-Senjuin (fss-831) SHINTO JUMYO KATANA (FSS-827) Hizen Tadahiro(2nd) (fss-825) Bingo Mihara Masatoshi (fss-822)...
Koto Signed Wakazashi (fss-832)

Koto Signed Wakazashi (fss-832)

Koto Signed Wakazashi (fss-832) New Item Available Sold On Hold Special Sale This is a very solid, well made koto blade.  The activity is abundant with a beautiful flowing temple line in Gunome midare style. The sword is an older polish and has signs of staining and blemishes. This sword will polish out fine, if polished by a professional sword polisher. We have no doubt that it will receive a good paper if sent in for shinsa at some point after it’s restored. This wakazashi is an excellent sword for a new collector or even an experienced collector. If you have any other questions about it please let us know. Please note the sword is signed by a mino smith Kane “something”. Its very hard to read the second kanji because of its age and the signature was cut thin. Mei: KANE(?) Date: Edo (1500’s) Nagasa: 17-1/2 inches Sori: 13.0 mm Width at the ha-machi: 32.8 mm Thickness at the mune-machi: 7.5 mm Construction: Hira zukuri Mune: Iori Nakago: Ubu Kitae: Itame Hamon: Midare Gunome Boshi: Maru Condition: Old polish Click to Enlarge Image Click to Enlarge Image This sword is on consignment. Special Sale Price Sold On Hold Asking price: $1,900.00   (shipping and insurance included) Email us if your interested in this item and remember to include the order number for this item: fss-832. NihontoAntiques@comcast.net How To Order Information Click to Enlarge Image Subscribe for the Latest Updates!Join our mailing list to receive the latest News & Updates from Nihonto Antiques. SUBSCRIBE You have Successfully Subscribed! Your email address will be kept private & will only be used to send updates from this site! For Sale Hizen Kunihiro (fss-839) Enomoto...
Bingo Mihara Masatoshi (fss-822)

Bingo Mihara Masatoshi (fss-822)

Bingo Mihara Masatoshi (fss-822) New Item Available Sold On Hold Special Sale Item description: This sword was made by “Mihara-jū Masatoshi” (三原住正利).   It needs restoration but the mihara group is a classic sword school.  They come from the yamato tradition and made very good quality swords.  This group comes from the Bingo province and does back to the Sochu era 1324-1313. This sword is from the koto era around 1400’s we feel.  It is a solid blade that has no flaws and should polish out very well if done by a qualified sword polisher.  The mounts are original and very old also at least from the 1500’s-1600’s.  We feel its a great sword to save and bring back to life. Mei: “Mihara-jū Masatoshi” (三原住正利) Date: Koto Nagasa: 16-7/8 inches Sori: 12.0 mm Width at the ha-machi: 27.0 mm Width at the yokote: 20.0 mm Thickness at the mune-machi: 5.8 mm Construction: Shinogi zukuri Mune: Iori Nakago: Ubu Kitae: Itame Hamon: Suguba Boshi: Maru Condition: old polish Click to Enlarge Image This sword is on consignment. Special Sale Price Sold On Hold Asking price: $1,900.00   (shipping and insurance included) Email us if your interested in this item and remember to include the order number for this item: fss-822. NihontoAntiques@comcast.net How To Order Information Click to Enlarge Image Subscribe for the Latest Updates!Join our mailing list to receive the latest News & Updates from Nihonto Antiques. SUBSCRIBE You have Successfully Subscribed! Your email address will be kept private & will only be used to send updates from this site! For Sale Hizen Kunihiro (fss-839) Enomoto Sadayoshi (fss-838) Yakuwa Musashi (fss-836) Fujimura Kunitoshi (fss-833) Koto Signed Wakazashi (fss-832) Ko-Senjuin (fss-831) SHINTO JUMYO KATANA (FSS-827) Hizen...