Creator: KanesatoMaterial: steelDimensions: 65.8 cmDate/Period: 1600Signature: Kanesato
Japanese Samurai Sword Signature of Kanesato Very nice Original Japanese Samurai Sword. Forged following the ancient Japanese tradition of course provided with a signature of the maker. Kanesato Seki Gifu. The sword was made in the Edo period in the year 1600 and has a very beautiful blow. With a particularly beautiful and clear hammon line. The length of the leaf is 65.8 cm, the sori is 1.8 cm, the weight of the leaf is 512 grams. Of course, the koshirae is also on the Edo period and is original. This sword is provided with Kicho NBTHK paper was issued at the headquarters and local offices. Kicho means "precious" and the literal meaning of nintei-sho is recognition in the calligraphy. This type of NBTHK paper is usually referred to as a "white paper". This was the only rank that was issued until 1950. Then it was issued as the rank under Tokubetsu Kicho. Provides a copy of the required registration card. The original registration card is and remains in Japan.
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