A very nice Japanese Samurai Wakizashi with a real Double body test. This Wakizashi has been tested on 2 people on top of each other and with 1 blow or cutting movement straight through the middle Signature Izumo Kami Fujiwara Yoshitake. 出雲守藤原吉武 Saidanmei gols inlay: Genroku 8 Kinotoi nen ryosya otosu Nezu Saburo Hyotei no Jyo Mitsumasa. explanation At Genroku8 Nen, Nezu Saburo Hyotei Jyo Mitsumasa tried cut waist This sword belongs toJyo Jyo Saku ranking. The blade was polished. Habaki Gold foiled single habaki. Blade length: 57.5cm. Sori 1.2cm Width at the hamachi :2.94 cm. Width at the Kissaki 1.97 cm . Kasane 0.62cm or 0.24 inches. The weight of the sword 500 grams. Edo period Tenna era Shape: Wide and thick sword with deep Sori and longer Kissaki. Jigane Ko-Itame-Hada well grained, Jinie attached and Chikei is visible. Hamon Niedeki deep Nioikuchi thick Suguha. Ashi worked. Boshi is deep Nioikuchi round shape. Koshirae Tsuba: Round iron Tsuba. A person with a bow is engraved with gold color. Fuchikashira Shakudo Nanako plate. Shishi dogs and peony is engraved with gold color. Black Roiro Saya. Menuki Shakudo plate, chrysanthemum is engraved with gold color. Kozuka Shakudo Nanako plate. Fighting Samurais are engraved with gold color. Izumo Kami Fujiwara Yoshitake was born in Kyoto but moved to Edo and made swords there. Probably, he was some interaction with Hojoji school and Izumi Kami Kaneshige. There Jigane and Hamon looks very similar. According to the gold inlay Saidanmei, by Nezu SaburoBe Ji Mitsumasa cut weist. Koshirae is also real beautiful high-quality made. NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon paper. Edo Era Tenna Era This period spanned the years from September 1681 to February 1684. The reigning emperor was Reigen-tennō (霊元天皇).
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