Shinano Daisou Fujiwara Tadakuni II Shinano Daijo Fujiwara Tadakuni 2nd Gen Authentic Samurai Sword – 1120

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Blade length 68.9 cm
Warp 2.4 cm
Moto haba / Width of the blade 29.4 mm
Motogasane / Thickness of the bottom part of the blade 7.0 mm
Saki Haba / Chip Width 20.2 mm
Sakigasane / Tick Nes of te bade 4.9 mm
Nail hole / mekugi ana 1 piece
Age Early Edo period
The early period of Edo era
Appraisal report Special preservation sword certificate
Official Registration Document October 18, 1956 Shimane Prefecture Official Registration Document
Included ・ Double-layered copper ingot
・ Black wax-coated sheath sword fittings
・ Shirasaya / graft
Price / Cost 900,000 Yen(FREE shipping all of the world)

The first Tadakuni is known as an excellent master of Dewa Daisou Fujiwara Kuniji, but the same name continued to be reflected from the time he moved to Inaba Tottori until the Meiji era of the Yatsushiro and Nine generations. This sword is a work by Tadakuni Fujiwara, Shinano II, who died at the age of 70 in 1720. The inscription with the first generation can be seen in the character “tama” in the national stance, and the first generation cuts “country” into the second generation “country”.

This sword is slightly slender and has a deep warp, and the elegant appearance with a good difference in the tip is impressive. The ground iron is finely kneaded and clogged with a small plate, and the ground is boiled to create a fine landscape. Hamon has a bright scent, and the turbulence of each other is baked, and the foot enters, the sand flow is noticeable, and the part where the scent is tight and the part where the small boiling is actively attached to the blade edge are mixed, and the hat Both the front and back are immediately pushed up a little and turned round.

The attached sword is an elegant item with a black wax-coated sheath, and there are no noticeable large dents in the sheath, and the overall storage condition is good. Tsuba skillfully uses the technique of Kirikane inlay to express wrinkles and worm-eaten holes in the leaves in a three-dimensional manner while being flat.
Unfortunately, it seems that there was a replacement of the brim and face in the process of transmission to this day, and the face is not the original while wearing gold, and there is a gap of one face (about 1 to 1.5 mm) between the brim and the habaki. there is. If you are interested, please be careful about the face, add one face or put clogs on the habaki. Please feel free to contact us for such work and repairs.

Nude weight 660 grams. Weight 981 grams that was put in the sword and the sheath was removed.