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THE PROPERTY OF AN AMERICAN COLLECTOR

A TACHI KAMAKURA PERIOD, 13TH- 14TH CENTURY SIGNED SADATSUNA
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THE PROPERTY OF AN AMERICAN COLLECTOR

A TACHI KAMAKURA PERIOD, 13TH- 14TH CENTURY SIGNED SADATSUNA
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A TACHI KAMAKURA PERIOD, 13TH- 14TH CENTURY SIGNED SADATSUNA
Sugata [configuration]: A slender tachi sugata, hon-zukuri with iori-mune and ko-kissaki, deep tori-zori, iori-mune

Kitae [forging pattern]: Mokume, itame hada, wide midare-utsuri

Hamon [tempering pattern]: Notare midare in niori, narrow at either end but becoming wider in the middle of the blade

Boshi [tip]: Narrow boshi with small kaeri

Nakago [tang]: Ubu nakago with one mekugi-ana, some machi-okuri, kiri-jiri, signed Tachi Mei Sadatsuna

In shirasaya [plain wood scabbard]

Nagasa [length from kissaki to machi]: 75.5 cm, 29 2/3  in.

Saki-haba [width at the yokote]: 1.1 cm,  3/7  in

Moto-haba [width at the machi]: 3 cm, 1 2/11  in.

Accompanied by a certificate of registration as Juyo Token [Important Sword] and identifying the blade as Ko Hoki School, no. 14200248 issued by the Nihon Bijitsu Token Hozon Kyokai [Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Art Sword], dated Heisei 14 (2002).


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