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  • Japanese Tanto Knife Shoa Period (1865 To
    1945) This tanto blade measures 7.75'' and is un-signed style of blade; mounts say early Shoa period. This tanto is missing its habaki. Condition: Very good. Missing habaki ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHOWA PERIOD TANTO. 7 1/8" shobu
    zukuri blade with horimono (blade engraving) of a dragon on one side and a bonji on the other. Seki style yakaba. Mumei ubu nakago. SIZE: 12 ¾" long overall. MOUNTS: Red ... [more like this]
  • Japanese Edo Steel Tanto w/ Wooden Handle
    & Sheath: East Asia, Japan, Edo Period, ca. 1603 to 1868 CE. A forged-carbon-steel samurai's tanto, a short blade meant to accompany the katana and wakizashi. The shobu-zukuri ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHIN-SHINTO TANTO. Or possibly Meiji
    period. 9 ¾" shinogi zukuri blade. Mumei ubu nakago with one mekugi ana (one hole). Mino Seki School typical pointed hamon. SIZE: 16 ¾" long overall. MOUNTS: Shirasaya with ... [more like this]
  • Rare Japanese KubiKuri tanto edo period
    Unusual kubikuri blade 7 1/2 in blade, rough hammer forging, no hamon, woven rice saya, iron fuchi-kashira, makko tsuba. ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE SHIBAYAMA TANTO AND SCABBARD MEIJI
    PERIOD with white metal floral engraved mounts, profusely decorated with a crane amongst prunus and other blossom to one side and a partridge amongst chrysanthemum blossom ... [more like this]
  • A JAPANESE IVORY PRESENTATION TANTO (DAGGER)
    Meiji Period 1868 - 1912 The scabbard finely carved in relief depicting a street market scene with numerous figures below a pine strewn landscape the handle also depicting ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE DAGGER (TANTO). Koto period (Pre
    1600). Fully mounted, no kodzuka or menuki. Blade: hira-zukuri (flat, no ridge line), bo-hi (wide grooves on blade) both sides, temper not visible. Nakago (tang): Ubu (not ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE DAGGER (TANTO), Koto period (Pre
    1600). In shirasaya (storage case). Blade: hira-zukuri (flat, no ridge line), temper barely visible, short hi (groove) in both sides, small openings in both sides. Nakago ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE DAGGER (TANTO), Shinto sword period
    (17th century). Fully mounted, no kodzuka. Blade: hira-zukuri (flat, no ridge line), temper not clear, no openings. Nakago (tang): Ubu (uncut), mu-mei (not signed), boshi ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE DAGGER (TANTO), Shinto sword period
    (17th century). Fully mounted. Blade: temper not visible, some openings. Nakago (tang): O-suriagi (original tang cut-off), mu-mei (not signed), one mekugi-ana (peg hole) - ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE DAGGER (TANTO), Shinto sword period
    (17th century). Aikuchi mounted with kodzuka and blade/broken, no menuki or tsuba. Blade: temper not visible, no openings. Nakago (tang): Ubu (uncut), two mekugi-ana (peg ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE DAGGER (TANTO), Shin-shinto sword
    period (19th century). In shirasaya (storage case). Blade: small gonome (row of semi-circles), and small choji (clove seed patterns) hamon (temper), no openings, hira-zukuri, ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE DAGGER (TANTO), Shin-Shinto sword
    period (19th century). Blade: hira-zukuri (flat, no ridge line), temper not visible. Nakago (tang): Ubu (uncut), mu-mei (not signed). Koshirae: tsuba (guard): plain sukashi ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE DAGGER (TANTO), Shin-shinto sword
    period (19th century). Aikuchi mounted (no tsuba). Blade: hira-zukuri (flat, no ridge line), temper not visible, no openings. Nakago (tang): Ubu (uncut), mu-mei (not signed) ... [more like this]
  • Japanese Shinshinto Edo Aikuchi Tanto in
    an Embossed Silver Mounted Gold Lacquer Scabbard Edo Period, Circa 18th-19th Century Configuration (sugata): with shallow peak back (iorimune), and medium point (chukissaki); Length ... [more like this]
  • Fan Tanto Japanese, late Muromachi period,
    blade dated 1532, blade with hira-zukuri structure, back edge of blade is iori-mune, hamon is chu suguka, surface grain pattern is o-mokume hada, butt end of tang is ha agari ... [more like this]

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