Antique Japanese sword in koshirae (wakizashi), Edo period (17th/18th century).

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Antique Japanese sword in koshirae (wakizashi), Edo period (17th/18th century).
Good condition, signed.

Antique Japanese sword in koshirae (shinogi-zukuri wakizashi). The blade was forged by sword blacksmith Teruyuki (1673-1736) and signed "Bungo ju Fujiwara Teruyuki" (Toko Taikan: ¥ 1.7 M, Hawley: 15 TER117 ). The blade has old polish, shows some fine scratches and stains, well visible "hoso-suguha hamon", "o- surige nakago" (reduced) . Length "nagasa": 51 cm, length in koshirae: 83, 5 cm, "motogasane" (blade thickness at the nakago): 7 mm, "motohaba" (blade width at the nakago): 2.7 cm, "sori" (bend): 1,6 cm. There is no crack or chip, no bend in the blade and cutting edge is sharp. The koshirae has small traces of use, saya has a tear at the "koiguchi". Antique "kodogu" (sword fittings) really complete the sword! This wakizashi is complete and in good collectible condition. Insured shipment (Switzerland, Russia and China excluded).
I am not responsible for any import taxes or charges, also for any delays in customs or the post office. Please contact the customs of your country.
I have tried to describe the condition of this item as accurately as possible, including any defects, but I’m not a sword expert.
I’m placing a lot of pictures of the item, please judge on the pictures.
PLEASE NOTE: This sale is final, no returns.
Good luck!

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