(Unsigned Mino Sentein Mumei Mino Senjuin) Authentic Samurai Sword – 803



Blade length 63.6 cm
warp 1.85 cm
Moto haba / Width of the blade 29.6 mm
Motogasane / Thickness of the bottom part of the blade 6.6 mm
Saki Haba / Chip Width Strike 22.8 mm Yokote position 19.1 mm
Sakigasane / Tick Nes of te bade Strike 5.3 mm Matsuba position 4.0 mm
Nail hole / mekugi ana 2 pieces
Age Early Muromachi period (1394-)
The early years of Muromachi era
Appraisal report Preserved sword certificate
Official Registration Document March 31, 1951 Mie Prefecture Official Registration Document
Included Bare copper gold plated double habaki
Price / Cost 415,000 Yen(excluding tax and excluding shipping)

The land of Akasaka has prospered since ancient times as a post town adjacent to “Fuwa no Seki” (Sekigahara Town), which is a transportation and military hub connecting Kinai with Tokaido and Tosando countries in the western part of Mino Province. According to “Kanchiin Honmeizen”, the Mino Sentein school is a child of Shigehiro Yamato Kuni Sentein due to the demand of the samurai who was also near the villa of Todaiji Temple, Oiso, and protected the temple territory as a villain. It is said that “Izumi” started when it moved to Akasaka, Mino Province (currently Ogaki City) in the middle of the Kamakura period, but there are few existing materials on the swords of the Mino Senjuin school in the Kamakura period, and it still exists. Then, the dagger of “Kunicho Oyasu 1st year (1358)” in the Nanbokucho period is the oldest, and the same name continues for several generations, and “Mitsuyama Oshigata” has “Noshu Sumifujiwara Kuniyuki Oyasu 7th year Kotora August day”. Since then, swords such as “Masakuni”, “Hirocho”, “Shigenaga”, “Michinaga”, “Doin”, and “Kodo” have existed throughout the Muromachi period and prospered throughout the Muromachi period.
The style of Mino Sentein blacksmith in the Nanbokucho period is sometimes disturbed like “Kunicho”, and there are some that have a slightly rough ground boiling and mix the scenery, and in the Muromachi period, the style of the same school The straight blades and straight blades are mixed with small blades and sharp blades, and both are unraveled, and the ground tends to be white. In addition, Mino Sentein is also known as Akasaka Sentein because it was made in Akasaka.

This sword has a clear whiteness on the whole, and the sword with a bright scent is different from the work of the same group after the middle of the Muromachi period, which is different from the work of the same group after the middle of the Muromachi period, and it becomes a sword with frequent small legs. , It has an old-fashioned atmosphere.
Since it was an early registration of a daimyo registered sword in Mie prefecture in 1951, it is known that it was a sword of a leading daimyo such as the Todo family, and it conveys the goodness of its transmission.
* The certificate will be sent to you as soon as it arrives from the Japan Art Swords Preservation Association.

Nude weight 600 grams.

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