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    Klaus Schicker

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  1. Hi, I guess it is from WW II area and the damage seems not from a fight - maybe somebody tried to cut something to see how sharp the blade is (or from Tameshigiri).....
  2. Hello, most probably this smith (from Markus book): KANETSUNE (兼常), Shōwa (昭和, 1926-1989), Gifu – “Kanetsune” (兼常), real name Nishimura Kazufumi (西村一二三), born 1910, he worked as guntō smith
  3. Hi Alex, our famous Nagamitsu: http://www.japaneseswordindex.com/naga.htm Is this blade for sale?
  4. Hello, many thanks for information! Does somebody know or have some information about this smith Yoritaka? thx Klaus
  5. Hello, a well known eBay seller is currently selling a blade signed with: Hattori Tantosho saku 服部鍛刀所作, Hattori Yoritaka kore sotsuba 服部頼隆之埣刃 and dated Showa Jukyu-nen Fujihana tsuki (May,1944) 昭和十九年藤花月 I have no plan to bid on it, I am just curious (even the blade looks not so bad). I can´t find any "Yoritaka". Therefore I would kindly ask if the translation is wrong (but it seems right from my point of view) or if somebody has information about this smith. I am also not sure about his description - it is known that Enomoto Yoshiichi signed signed Sadayoshi and I think sometimes with Yoriyoshi as well, but I can´t find any information that he signed with Yoritaka... but of course I could be wrong. Here the link to the auction: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Japanese-WWll-Army-officers-sword-in-mountings-hand-forged-Hattori-Yoritaka/363211713363?hash=item54911aeb53:g:nWAAAOSwlvpfzuMV Many thanks in advance Klaus
  6. Hello, I am looking for an English Index or Translation for the Book - Shōwa tōken meibutsu chō 昭和刀剣名物帳 Many thanks Klaus edit: typo
  7. Hi Paul, for comparison: https://www.aoijapan.net/wakizashi-mutsu-daijyo-miyoshi-nagamichi-first-generation/ or https://www.aoijapan.net/wakizashi-mutsu-daijyo-miyoshi-nagamichi/ regards Klaus
  8. Hello, here some additional information: http://www.japaneseswordindex.com/kanezane.htm
  9. Hi, not sure what exactly you mean (might be because of my English knowledge) but your blade is made by Moritaka Yoshio and was forged September 1942.
  10. Hello, from Markus book: YASUHIRO (靖博), Shōwa (昭和, 1926-1989), Kumamoto – “Minamoto Moritaka” (源盛高), “Kongōbyōe Moritaka Yasuhiro” (金剛兵衛盛高靖博), “Kōtei-bukotsu Mina-moto Moritaka” (皇敵無骨源盛高, about “against the unrefined enemies of the Emperor/Empire”), “Tetsuō” (鉄王), “Jingūji Ryōsai” (神宮寺良西), real name Moritaka Yoshio (盛高良夫), born October 30th 1908, he was a late smith smith from the lineage of Chikuzen Kongōbyōe Moritaka (盛高), he signed first with Akihiro (煕博) and changed his name in 1927 to Yasuhiro, 1933 he learned the art of jūmonji-yari (十文字鎗) forging from Enju Tarō Nobushige (延寿太郎宣繁), gō Tetsuō (鉄王), kihin no retsu (Akihide), First Seat at the 6th Shinsaku Nihontō Denrankai (新作日本刀展覧会, 1941)
  11. Hello, never seen such mei....but very well cut. Would like to see additional pics from the blade
  12. Hello, ...real name Sawada Saburō (沢田三郎), born February 22nd 1908, he worked as guntō smith
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