A Tachi
Lot 43
A Tachi
Sold for £836 (US$ 1,411) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A Tachi
Unsigned, Shin-Shinto
The blade with hi, one mekugi-ana, suguha hamon, fully bound tsuka with military kabuto-gane and brass fuchi engraved with tendrils, shakudo and gilt dragon and ken menuki, and copper aoi-shaped tsuba with dai-seppa, in its black lacquered saya flecked with mother-of-pearl, the upper section wrapped with brocade and partly bound with leather, single brass ashi (kojiri missing)
66.1 cm. blade
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