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    Signed Japanese Wakizashi in Koshirae.
    13 1/2" slightly curved blade with wavy temper line. Silver washed copper habaki. Pierced twisted-border circular iron tsuba with simple gold line inlays. Matching gilt-copper serrated-edge seppas. Green cord-wrapped fishskin grip with gold highlighted flower menuki. Matching fuchi & kashira with gold inlayed flower motif. Contained in black lacquered wooden scabbard decorated with pawlonia leaf motifs.

    Condition: Blade is very good with bright polish, well defined temper line and a few minor scattered flaws. Grip wrap is fine and tight. Scabbard is excellent. Missing its kogatana.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2013
    8th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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