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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 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 Edo Lacquered Wood Tanto Handle
& Sheath: East Asia, Japan, later Edo Period, ca. early to mid-19th century CE. A fine handle and sheath formed from wood during the Edo Period. The handle (tsuka) is wrapped ... [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]
Nagasa 30.2cm; double-edged,
tapering to a point, shinogi runs to point, with two meguki with a wooden saya with an ink inscription (possibly a yari cut down). ... [more like this]
Seven inlay decorated iron tsuba
displaying some wear, including: one 17th century Higo style plate with gold nunome scroll work and tama form hitsu-ana; two Kyoto Shoami tsuba, one circular with remnants ... [more like this]
TANTO. Japan, Edo Period, L 31.5 cm. Unsigned.
NBTH paper. Red lacquer saya. Oval iron tsuba with relief decoration. Kashira, fuchi and menuki with design of small dogs. ... [more like this]
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