(Unsigned Masanobu Mihara Mumei Mihara Masanobu) Authentic Samurai Sword – 854



Blade length 70.5 cm
warp 1.32 cm
Moto haba / Width of the blade 28.1 mm
Motogasane / Thickness of the bottom part of the blade 6.1 mm
Saki Haba / Chip Width Strike 24.2 mm, Yokote position 19.6 mm
Sakigasane / Tick Nes of te bade Strike 5.3 mm Matsuba position 3.5 mm
Nail hole / mekugi ana 2 pieces (1 buried)
Age Late Nanbokucho-early Muromachi period
The last years of Nanbokucho ~ early years of Muromachi era
Appraisal report Special preservation sword certificate
Official Registration Document July 9, 1959 Tokyo Official Registration Document
Included Wood habaki (co-pattern)
Price / Cost 800,000 Yen(excluding tax and excluding shipping)

In Bingo, where Yamato Blacksmith is said to have emigrated from the early days of Kamakura, Yamatoden was followed without being influenced by neighboring Bizen, and Masaya, the ancestor of the Bingo Mihara school, also looks like Yamato Hakuei.
Masanobu Mihara, who is classified as an old Mihara in the Mihara school, was active from the Nanbokucho period Eitoku (1381) to the early Muromachi period (1390). The child of Masanobu moved from Mihara to Tomo and became the ancestor of Tomo Mihara.

This sword is entwined with the small plate, with a slight fluffy texture, and at first glance it looks like a monotonous straight blade. It is a work that shows an old-fashioned finish with abundant work in the blade, which is different from the three originals whose style goes down, with boiling entwined in the grain and heather tone, and exceeds 2 shaku and 3 inch. The long size is also a very preferable gem.

At present, the wood with the same pattern is a habaki, so why not try a new habaki and refinish it to challenge the important sword examination?

Nude weight 600 grams.

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