Price guides for Two Japanese swords, letter opener, one wakizashi...

Appraise and find values for
Two Japanese swords, letter opener, one wakizashi...

From marks4antiques.com - The most updated price guide and makers' marks research online

Over 17 years of helping our members
research their collections & heirlooms

An appraisal example from the millions of items in our Price Guide:

Two Japanese swords, letter opener, one wakizashi
© BRUNK AUCTIONS, Asheville, NC, USA

Two Japanese swords, letter opener, one wakizashi signed Uda Kunimune on tang, blade 19 in., in scabbard 27 in., lacquered wood scabbard, cord-wrapped...

This is an example from our
values4antiques price guide
We do not buy or sell any items

Price Sold & Full Description
AVAILABLE TO OUR MEMBERS


Research the value of your own items:

See more appraisal examples and price guides for other items

Check our other research services:
IDENTIFY WORLDWIDE MAKERS' MARKS & HALLMARKS
marks4ceramics: Porcelain, Pottery, Chinaware, Figurines, Dolls, Vases...
marks4silver: Silver, Jewelry, Pewter, Silverplate, Copper & Bronze...

Explore other items from our
Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide

  • Signed Japanese Edo Steel Wakizashi w/ Kotagana:
    East Asia, Japan, Edo Period, ca. 1603 to 1868 CE. A beautiful wakizashi with a single-edged blade, a scabbard (saya) made of lacquered (urushi) wood with a silver cap (kojiri) ... [more like this]
  • Signed Japanese Edo Steel Wakizashi w/ Kotagana:
    East Asia, Japan, Edo Period, ca. 1603 to 1868 CE. A beautiful wakizashi with a single-edged blade, a scabbard (saya) made of lacquered (urushi) wood with a silver cap (kojiri) ... [more like this]
  • 19th C. Japanese Edo Gilded Iron Tsuba w/
    Ducks: **Originally Listed At $350**. . East Asia, Japan, late Edo Period, ca. early 19th century CE. A pretty gilded iron tsuba, the hand guard from a traditional Japanese ... [more like this]
  • Two Japanese swords, letter opener, one wakizashi
    signed Uda Kunimune on tang, blade 19 in., in scabbard 27 in., lacquered wood scabbard, cord-wrapped rayskin tsuka (handle), gold scratch pattern habaki , archaic vessel menuki ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Blade: temper hotsure (brushed effect suguha) only barely visible in some spots, one small opening above temper. Nakago (tang): Ubu (uncut) but ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Fully mounted with kogai (skewer), no menuke. Blade: hira-zukuri (flat, no ridge line), temper not visible, some openings. Nakago (tang): Ubu ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Blade: hotsure (brushed effect suguha) temper almostall visible; no openings. Nakago (tang): suriagi (partially cut off), mu-mei (not signed), ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th-18th century). Fully mounted, no kodzuka. Blade: temper not visible, small knicks, no openings. Nakago (tang): Ubu (uncut), mu-mei (not signed) - 18 3/8 ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Blade: temper not visible, some openings, some small chips. Nakago (tang): Ubu (uncut) but Machi Moved, three mekugi-ana (peg holes). Koshirae: ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Fully mounted with kodzuka and blade, and kogai (not matching). Blade: temper: shallow notare (wavy), bo-hi omote side, ni tsuri-hi (two thin ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Partially mounted: no menuki or kodzuka, new saya (scabbard). Blade: re-shaped boshi (sword point), temper not visible, some openings. Nakago ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Blade: temper barely visible with suguha turning to notare (short waves) near boshi (blade tip), no openings. Suke (handle) cannot be removed ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Mounted as a cane or walking stick. Blade: suguha (straight and parallel to blade edge), only partially visible; no openings. Nakago (tang): suriagi ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Blade: temper not visible, no openings, one small chip, boshi reshaped. Nakago (tang): suriagi (partially cut off), mu-mei (not signed) - 19 5/8 ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Mounted (no menuki, suke (handle not wrapped)). Blade: temper not visible, some small openings. Nakago (tang): suriagi (partially cut off), mu-mei ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Blade: temper not visible, no openings. Nakago (tang): suriagi (partially cut off), mu-mei (not signed), cleaned, two mekugi-ana (peg holes) - ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Fully mounted, no kodzuka. Blade: small knick, temper not visible, no openings. Nakago (tang): Ubu (uncut), signed: Yuki-Mitsu - 13 9/16 in., ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Shirasaya type mount painted black, with mother of pearl pieces inlaid in a strip down each side of saya. Blade: hira-zukuri (flat with no ridge ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). Fully mounted. Blade: temper not visible, small openings. Nakago (tang): Ubu (uncut), mu-mei (not signed), two mekugi-ana (peg holes). Saya: pine ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI), Shinto
    sword period (17th century). In shirasaya (storage case). Blade: temper not visible, one opening. Nakago (tang): Machi Moved, kiku mon (chrysanthemum) on ura side, signed ... [more like this]

This list is limited to only a few results.
Many more items are available to our members in our Price Guide!

Ideal research tools for Collectors, Personal Property Appraisers, Antiques & Collectibles Dealers, Auction Houses, Museums, eBayers or other online sellers (Rubylane, Etsy etc) and curious minds interested in appraising & identifying collectibles