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Katana in Koshirae and Shirasaya. Muromachi, Uda, Complete.


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Katana in Koshirae and Shirasaya. Complete.

Age: 

Blade: Middle to late Muromachi period (ca. 1500)

Koshirae: Edo period

 

Mei: 

Mumei, probably Uda school

 

Size: 

Nagasa: 70.2 cm

Nakago: 17 cm

Sori: 2.5 cm

Motohaba: 3.6 cm

Motokasane: 7.5 mm

Koshirae: 106 cm

 

Provenance:

NBTHK hozon (blade)

NBTHK kicho token (blade)

NBTHK kicho token (Tsuba)

 

Additional photos and info upon request. Excellent condition.

$2,000 + shipping (from Ohio)

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More photos of the blade.  Potential buyers should note that I guarantee everything I sell. Returns are accepted for any reason. I am confident enough of this sword to even offer free returns for US addresses.

 

I will ship internationally but only to countries that permit it. Most do not.

 

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Shoot, if this is still available when I get back stateside, I'd definitely be interested. For 2k, a papered blade and tsuba, in koshirae and a shirasaya? Definitely not a bad deal! Plus I'm a bit biased towards the Uda school, since I love theirs and their ancestors' works.

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