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Wakisachi for identification

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Hello

 

than what you think of it Wakisachi

For the seller it’s muromachi period

 

Thanks to advance

 

Best regards

 

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Mia culpa, Jaques is correct this is a Tsunahiro,  and probably a later generation of that line. I will stand by the rest of my assessment , "Nice rig"

Peter

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Shinto yakidashi...Osaka style?
LOVE that fushi and kashira. Those 2 alone are reasons to check this out closer. Professional polish looks like. All in all, a high class sword. Make sure it's all legit and the seller has it in hand/

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Shinto, not Muromachi, but a nice blade with nice koshirae!

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Pretty hefty price for a wakizashi. I'd love to see the bare blade when you receive it - not sure those are yakidashi. Could well be suriage suguba. A very nice-looking blade.

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I doubt it, Shinto, I’ll say (because of the yakidashi).

If it is Yakidashi, it points to Edo and I would tend to agree but could it be Momoyama?

 

Either way, I would say early Edo if anything. It's a very nice blade and housed in beautiful fittings. A little expensive tho but very nice

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You would expect for it to be papered for that price.
Think for yourself, if you only had the bare blade in front of you, how much would that be worth to you, unpapered wakizashi blade?
And then how much is the koshirae worth to you? You need to decide for yourself. Or post in the Wanted section that you are looking for something nice, polished and papered for 6000 Euro, and see what you get offered?

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6.000 EUR is far to much. I would go for a range between 2.800 EUR and 3.500 EUR. 

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