Short sword (1) - Tamahagane stem - Oumino Kami Hisamichi first generation, with NBTHK papers - Japan - 16th century

Description
Short sword (1) - Tamahagane stem - Oumino Kami Hisamichi first generation, with NBTHK papers - Japan - 16th century
Very good condition, see description - 3.5×0.5×56.3 cm

A very special Japanese Samurai Sword Sword or Wakazashi from 1670, Oumino Kami Hisamichi first generation.
A very special Japanese Samurai Short Sword or Wakazashi.
The blade dates from the year 1670 and was made by
Oumino Kami Hisamichi first generation,
in Kyoto Japan, Ryou Wazamono grade.
The Koshirea was also made by Oumino Kami Hisamichi,
in the same year as the Waskizashi.
The documents for the blade and the koshirea are special,
valuable and rare,
issued on 21 April 1973.
The Kicho Token document for the blade (precious).
The Koshu Tokubetsu Kicho document for the Koshirea,
(Extraordinarily Precious).
The total weight including koshirea is 774 grams.
The length of the koshirea is 63.5 cm, the blade along weighs 378 grams.
The total length of the blade is 56.3 cm, the cutting part is 40.9 cm long measured from the habaki.

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Lot details
Total nr of items
1
Object
Short sword
Technique
forging
Material
Tamahagane stem
Period
16th century
Region/ Country of origin
Japan
Artist/ Maker
Oumino Kami Hisamichi first generation
Attribution
Original
Title of artwork
Oumino Kami Hisamichi first generation, with NBTHK papers
Condition
Very good condition, see description
Dimensions
3.5×0.5×56.3 cm
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