Omori Mitsutoki  Late Edo (ca. 1800 – 1830)

Antique Japanese Sword for sale by Omori Mitsutoki.

Mounting for a Tachi type Sword.      Dated: Edo period, 17th century.  | Copyright © 2013 Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Tachi Century CE Japanese Weapon, Edo japan) (©Boston Museum of Fine Arts)

An Echizen tanto in lacquer scabbard ~  EDO PERIOD (17TH CENTURY), ATTRIBUTED TO YASUTSUGU I.

Japanese Art: Meiji Period Magnificence

Suishinshi Masatsugu  Late Edo (1850)

Offering fine Samurai artifacts for sale: Antique Japanese Swords, Katana and Fittings.

Katana [Kawabe Suishinsi Sadahide] [N.B.T.H.K] Tokubetu Hozon Token & Tousougu. Edo era 1810.

Katana [Kawabe Suishinsi Sadahide] [N.K] Tokubetu Hozon Token & Tousougu - Edo Era 1810

Katana [Dewa Daijyou Kunimichi](Wazamono)[N.B.T.H.K] Hozon Token. Edo era, 1596.

Katana [Dewa Daijyou Kunimichi](Wazamono)[N.K] Hozon Token. Edo era, So basically my zombie apocalypse weapon if choice.

A fine and rare Kinko Koshirae Daisho-set. The fittings by Hamano Masanobu (born 1773) Edo Period, early 19th century. The saya is finely lacquered applied with a coiled snake in shibuichi takazogan, signed Miboku with kao and kuchigane in the form of a slug, the fittings of shakudo ishime, inlaid with various insects, the tsuba of oval form, inlaid with butterflies in gold, silver and copper takazogan, A rare sword indeed.

A fine and rare kinko koshira-e for a daisho The fittings by Hamano Masanobu (born Edo Period, early century

Tsuba with design of dragon and clouds Japanese, Edo Period, early to mid-19th century, MFA

Tsuba (katana sword guard) with design of dragon and clouds Japanese, Edo Period, early to century, MFA

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