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

Katana : Sansyu Jyu Tsutsui Kiyokane Saku/Syowa 20th 2 Gatsu hi | Japanese Sword Shop Aoi-Art.

Katana : Sansyu Jyu Tsutsui Kiyokane Saku/Syowa 2 Gatsu hi

Ko-Bizen Tomonari, Late Heian (987 - 1185 AD), NBTHK Juyo Token, nakago:o-suriage, mumei nagasa:70.0cm, sori:2.4cm, motohaba:2.7cm, sakihaba:1.7cm, kissaki:2.4cm, nakago nagasa:20.6cm, nakago sori:none. There are perhaps 500 Ko-Bizen swords in the world. This one is a dignified crown jewel by the first smith among Bizen smiths, a man at the root of the longest and most renowned tradition of sword making, it is a relic from the beginning of the curved sword and a representative work of…

Ko-Bizen Tomonari, Late Heian (987 - 1185 AD), NBTHK Juyo Token, nakago:o-suriage, mumei nagasa:70.0cm, sori:2.4cm, motohaba:2.7cm, sakihaba:1.7cm, kissaki:2.4cm, nakago nagasa:20.6cm, nakago sori:none. There are perhaps 500 Ko-Bizen swords in the world. This one is a dignified crown jewel by the first smith among Bizen smiths, a man at the root of the longest and most renowned tradition of sword making, it is a relic from the beginning of the curved sword and a representative work of…

Katana Ko-Osafune Norimitsu, late Kamakura period (ca. 1303). A rare work of the student of Bizen Nagamitsu, with kinzogan attribution by Honami Kokan.

Bonhams : A Juyo Bizen katana Attributed to Osafune Norimitsu, late Kamakura period century)

Bizen-no-Kuni Osafune Kanemitsu odachi. Priceless katana blade 58 of 68 | Samurai sword | National treasure of Japan

Bizen-no-Kuni Osafune Kanemitsu odachi. Priceless katana blade 58 of 68

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