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  1. Tsuba with the shape of a bundle of noshi (Tabane-Noshi, Noshi are narrow strips of dried abalone bundled together in the middle, it was the ritual offering to God in Japanese Shinto religion.), there's some trace of leftover silver zogan around the hitsu ana.
    Dimensions: 65x64 mm
    Thickness 4.5 mm

    Price 150€ plus Paypal and shipping

     

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  2. 6 minutes ago, Marius said:

    This is a lovely tsuba, the iron and surface finish are excellent. The shakudo insert is a nice touch - someone must have cherished this tsuba.

     

    I haven't seen a tsuba of such quality at such price for a long long time. Excellent offer, Manuel!

    I dare say that this is an opportunity. 

    Thank you for your kind words!

  3. should be this:
    YOSHIKUNI (吉国), Kanbun (寛文, 1661-1673), Tosa – “Kōzuke no Kami Yoshikuni” (上野守吉国), “Kōzuke no Daijō Yoshikuni” (上野大掾吉国), “Settsu-jū Yoshikuni” (摂津住吉国), real name Morishita Magobei (森下孫兵衛), son of Harima no Kami Yoshinari (播磨守吉成) and older brother of Mutsu no Kami Yoshiyuki (陸奥守吉行), he studied under the 1st gen. Yamato no Kami Yoshimichi (大和守吉道), he lived in Kyōto´s Fushimi-Ryōgae-machi (伏見両替町) and later in Tosa´s Kusaka-mura (日下村), he came originally from Nakamura (中村) in Ōshū province, he worked in the style of his master Yoshimichi, the jigane is an itame mixed with masame, the hamon is a gunome-midare, partially mixed with sudareba, and has a sugu-yakidashi, wazamono, chūjō-saku

    A papered example here https://katananokura.jp/SHOP/1810-W03.html#:~:text=摂津住吉国(上野守,として活躍しています。

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  4. For sale this wakizashi tsuba signed Efu ju Akao saku 江府住赤尾作.
    Sukashi iron tsuba that depicts three kukurizaru ( here for more info about those https://www.triptipedia.com/tip/53CY2ms/kukurizaru-or-hanging-monkeys
    For reference a very similar tsuba published on the book Tsuba No Bi (鐔の美)
    The patina is a little bit thin in places but overall in good conditions.
    Dimensions: 68x65 mm
    Thickness: 6 mm

    TSUBA BOX NOT INCLUDED

    Price 250€ plus shipping and Paypal

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  5. i'm not an expert of mirrors, but sure they value more than some euro
    WIth a quick research i found this sold on catawiki that has exactly same design as yours https://www.catawiki.it/l/19624787-bronze-hand-mirror-signed-fujiwara-masashige-Japan-early-20th-century-meiji-period 

    the price looks quite cheap especially considered the lacquered box.
    Mirrors from that maker are also exhibited in museums https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/A_1944-0401-2
     

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