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for sale 820 euros.

Signed: Tsuda Ohmi no kami Sukenao.
Nagasa: 40.0 cm. Sori: 0.8 cm.
Moto-haba: 2.7 cm. Saki-haba: 2.1 cm.
Moto-gasane: 0.6 cm. Saki-gasan: 0.5 cm
Kitae kizu.
Hada:Itame.
Hamon: Gunome.
The shape of the short nakago recalls the muromachi period as well as this mixture in the ji because above the shinogi, there is a reminder of masame and below the shinogi it is itame as in the koto period.

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On 4/22/2022 at 9:24 PM, WulinRuilong said:

How could it be a Koto if the maker is Tsuda Oumi no kami Sukenao?

He's a 17th century swordsmith.

good morning.
I probably misspoke.
I only recalled similarities.
Cordially.

            RG.

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On 4/22/2022 at 3:27 PM, rodrig4 said:

hamachi detail.IMG_20220422_145002.thumb.jpg.0361575d52d7bb9b47376e8e4a709690.jpg

Sukenao apprenticed in Sukehiro's workshop and soon became Sukehiro II's student.

After Sukehiro's death in Tenwa 2 (1682), he started using "tsuda" again. He also changed the style of his kanji from kaku (square) to maru (rounded), just like Sukehiro! He actively worked at the head of the Tsuda school, and was the true successor of "Tsuda Sukehiro"! He was given the name "magodaiyu" (director or steward).

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On 4/22/2022 at 3:18 PM, rodrig4 said:

for sale 820 euros.

delivered with its koshirae and its shirasaya.

Signed: Tsuda Ohmi no kami Sukenao.
Nagasa: 40.0 cm. Sori: 0.8 cm.
Moto-haba: 2.7 cm. Saki-haba: 2.1 cm.
Moto-gasane: 0.6 cm. Saki-gasan: 0.5 cm
Kitae kizu.
Hada:Itame.
Hamon: Gunome.
The shape of the short nakago recalls the muromachi period as well as this mixture in the ji because above the shinogi, there is a reminder of masame and below the shinogi it is itame as in the koto period.

IMG_20220422_144539.jpg

IMG_20220422_144656.jpg

IMG_20220422_144741.jpg

IMG_20220422_144747.jpg

IMG_20220422_144758.jpg

IMG_20220422_144811.jpg

IMG_20220422_144854.jpg

IMG_20220422_144913.jpg

IMG_20220422_145011.jpg

IMG_20220422_145105.jpg

IMG_20220422_145119.jpg

IMG_20220419_113415.jpg

IMG_20220419_113456.jpg

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On 4/22/2022 at 3:18 PM, rodrig4 said:

for sale 820 euros.  sold

Signed: Tsuda Ohmi no kami Sukenao.
Nagasa: 40.0 cm. Sori: 0.8 cm.
Moto-haba: 2.7 cm. Saki-haba: 2.1 cm.
Moto-gasane: 0.6 cm. Saki-gasan: 0.5 cm
Kitae kizu.
Hada:Itame.
Hamon: Gunome.
The shape of the short nakago recalls the muromachi period as well as this mixture in the ji because above the shinogi, there is a reminder of masame and below the shinogi it is itame as in the koto period.

IMG_20220422_144539.jpg

IMG_20220422_144656.jpg

IMG_20220422_144741.jpg

IMG_20220422_144747.jpg

IMG_20220422_144758.jpg

IMG_20220422_144811.jpg

IMG_20220422_144854.jpg

IMG_20220422_144913.jpg

IMG_20220422_145011.jpg

IMG_20220422_145105.jpg

IMG_20220422_145119.jpg

IMG_20220419_113415.jpg

IMG_20220419_113456.jpg

IMG_20220419_113639.jpg

IMG_20220419_113753.jpg

IMG_20220419_113825.jpg

IMG_20220419_113930.jpg

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