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Help for translation Katana Mei


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Dear Uwe.

 

Welcome and thank you for sharing your collection, you have some nice things..  As regards your first sword and its mei from the image all I can make out is the last two which read Hiro saku, that looks like the last two of three so the whole thing would read something like, Munehiro saku, meaning made by Munehiro.  Unfortunately I cannot make out the first kanji, I am sure someone will shortly.

 

All the best.

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Great looking sword s n fitting good find.

Perhaps Kanehiro.

 

KANEHIRO (金広), Kanbun (寛文, 1661-1673), Hizen – “Hizen no Kuni-jū Kanehiro” (肥前国住金広) KANEHIRO (金弘), Ōei (応永, 1394-1428), Mino – “Kanehiro” (金弘), student of Kaneyuki (金行)

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