|Moto haba / Width of the blade
|Motogasane / Thickness of the bottom part of the blade
|Saki Haba / Chip Width
|Strike 23.8 mm, Yokote position 20.0 mm
|Sakigasane / Tick Nes of te bade
|Strike 5.2 mm, pine needle tip 4.5 mm
|Nail hole / mekugi ana
|Late Edo period Keio 3rd year (1867)
The last years of Edo era
|Preserved sword certificate
|Official Registration Document
|July 2, 1951 Kyoto Prefecture Official Registration Document
|・ Double-plated copper ingot
|Price / Cost
|400,000 Yen（FREE shipping all of the world）
Kunitake Yamato was called Seiryuko and lived in Edo around Keio and was a swordsmith. The first name was Seiryuko Genkunitake, and after receiving Yamato Daisou, it was named Yamato Daisou Kunitake.
This sword is a sword that has been trained according to orders that emphasize practical use from the world at that time, and by making the warp extremely shallow, it is suitable for pulling out and punching out, and it has a structure that further increases the slashing power. ..
The ground iron is well kneaded with a small plate of heather to enter the ground, and even if you bake a straight blade with a bright and clear scent, which is practically oriented, the scent is boiled, fluffy and soft, showing a finish that is hard to break. I will.
Due to the fact that the sword oil was not applied sufficiently and the habaki was removed, there were many sink marks on the sharpened area, and the back of the fingers was wiped with a sandy wipe, resulting in long sink marks.
Even now, you can fully appreciate the ground blade, but I would like to remove these sink marks only for a good sword. If you have time, we will remove these sink marks and undertake top polishing at a low price, so please consider it by all means.
Since it is a beautiful sword that does not break at all, passing the special preservation sword is not a dream if it is re-polished.
Nude weight 770 grams.