Antique Iron Japanese Samurai Katana Sword TSUBA -Guard/Old CollectionDetails
This antique World War 2 tanto, made by the noted Yasukuni Shrine swordsmith, Yasuhiro, would make a rare addition to any collection.
The tang is signed 'Toto Ju Nin Ikkansai Kunimori Kin Saku'. Information on Ikkansai Kunimori, known as the Yasukuni Shrine swordsmith, Yasuhiro, can be found on pages 182-185 of John Slough's book. Yasuhiro did not make many tanto. So this is a fine piece.
The blade measures 7.51" (19.09 cm) from blade tip to notch in the blade spine. This sword has a fine wood saya. This fine tanto also comes in a custom wood box with silk sword bag.
The solid Silver habaki is engraved with a Samurai family mon.
This vintage Japanese WW2 tanto by Yasuhiro is in old polish. There is only an occasional spot on the blade with a slight surface finish change from past slight oxidation.
The hamon/temper line and boshi are perfectly healthy. This sword is guaranteed against fatal flaws.
This WW2 Japanese Samurai tanto sword, by the noted Yasukuni Shrine swordsmith, Yasuhiro, would make an important addition to any collection.
This sword cannot be shipped to mainland China, Russia, or Taiwan as these countries' Customs offices do not allow the importation of swords.
|Specific Name||Specific Value|
|Period||World War 2|
|Maker||Ikkansai Kunimori/Yasuhiro, pgs.182-185 Slough|