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  1. A gentle member notice me I replied on a wrong topic. So I repost these tsuba in the good topic
  2. Gunome

    theme of tsuba help

    Hello, Nice tsuba and nice pics ! Not sure it is Jakushi due to the shape of your tsuba and the shape of the hitsu ana. Usually Jakushi are maru or nagamaru gata. Moreover the quality seems better that usual Jakushi. However, I have no clue of what it could be. Maybe Shoami ? And of course I could be wrong Regards
  3. Regarding the lot 74, there not only Natsuo. Look at the one on the left, it is signed Goto Ichijo. I don't know if mei is good, but it don't seems odd to me and I know ichijo did some kozuka with this kind of patern.
  4. Hello, N°4 : Choshu tomohisa
  5. Thanks for the update. The new look is very nice ! Well done !
  6. Gunome

    Tsuba sukashi dragon

    Hello Bruno. Indeed same splitted bamboo and dragon pattern. This Choshu tsuba is far better than mine ! Thanks, I will look on choshu then.
  7. Hello, Nice tsuba. In my opinion, based on the patern and workmaship, it is an Akasaka. Not sure it is worth to send to shinsa to still have an Akasaka attribution, and just change the color of the paper. For kantei points: the round mimi, the shape of the seppa dai and the sukashi technic. And problably other kantei points that more knowledgable will complete
  8. Here is mine, on a Bizen shinto wakizashi
  9. Gunome

    Tsuba sukashi dragon

    Only one reply. Well, seems I am not alone to be puzzled by an attribution to this one
  10. Very nice tsuba. I would go on Goto school for this one
  11. Gunome

    Tsuba sukashi dragon

    Hello Ken, Thanks for your reply. I don't think it could be Akasaka as the dragon are carved in 3D. For Owari I don't know, I will look into this direction. thanks
  12. Hello, I would like to know your opinion about of this tsuba and a possible school. By default I would said Shoami, but I am not totally satisfy with this attribution. Tsuba is quite thick and mimi is rounded. Iron is not very dense. The disign is 2 dragons Thanks
  13. Gunome

    Tsuba gimei

    Happy Birthday
  14. Congrat for your very nice tsuba collection ! A lot of them are very desirable
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