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CLEARANCE -  Antique 2.32Shaku Bakumatsu Shinken Sword - Mumei (attributed to Nakayama Yoshimichi) with NBTHK certificate


 
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Nakayama Yoshimichi, was the adopted son of Nakayama Ikkansai Yoshihiro. Ikkansai Yoshihiro learned forging techniques at the Norishige school from the 4th generation Noritoshi in Mito. In his quest to emulate the Norishige style's Matsukawa-hada, he became very famous for making "hadamono", blades which put very heavy focus on the hada. Many of his works and Yoshimichi's works are thus made in the Norishige style featuring o-midare Hamon and blades which had very detailed ji-hada.

From looking at the Koshirae, this sword can be suspected to have been used by someone from the Kobusho, a Bujutsu dojo that was established by the Tokugawa Bakufu to train Tokugawa retainers and their sons in 1856.


Signature: No Signature / attributed to Nakayama Yoshimichi (中山義通)
Place of origin: Musashi (Tokyo)
Period: Bakumatsu (~1853-1867)
Certificate: NBTHK Worthy of Preservation (Hozon Token)

Blade length: 2.32Shaku (70.6cm)
Sori (curvature): 1.5cm
Motohaba: 34.0mm
Motokasane: 7.0mm
Sakihaba: 26.0mm
Sakikasane: 5.0mm
Hamon: Notare
Nakago: Suriage with two Mekugi holes

Tsuba: Bakumatsu period (Kobusho style)
Fuchi/kashira: Bakumatsu period (義取歳仁)
Menuki: Bakumatsu period (赤心)
Tsuka:Silk Black Tsuka with one Mekugi hole wrapped over Black Same
Saya: Sousame Saya
+ Honoki (Magnolia) Wood Shirasaya

Weight in Shirasaya Saya: approx. 1290grams
Weight in Shirasaya without Saya: approx. 980grams

Weight of Koshirae+Tsunagi: approx. 830grams



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