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    Fine Japanese Sword With Toshinaga Attribution. Early Edo period, 27¼" blade in perfect polish, with strong, straight temper line and small wood grain finish. Unsigned tang with three holes. High quality mounts are in near perfect condition as is the blue sea shell scabbard. Iron tsuba. Accompanying the sword is a signed attribution from the late Dr. Fujishiro Matsuo (Living National Treasure Polisher) signed and dated April 27, 1998, stating that the sword was made by Toshinaga in the early Edo period, with a description of the blade and photograph of the tang. Additionally there is a signed certificate from Kenichi Inami, from whom the sword was purchased, with the same attribution. An important Japanese sword of a quality and condition to please the most discriminating collector. Accompanied by the documentation papers and a silk and bullion thread storage case.

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    December, 2010
    11th Saturday
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