Three Iron Myochin Tsuba
The First Signed Yoshimichi, The Second Myochin Munekatsu, The First Momoyama Period, The Others Edo Period
The first of pronounced mokko-shape engraved with a maedate and pierced with two udenka-ana; the second of mokko-shape pierced with an axe and a gourd, and engraved with leaves and kanji; the last six-sided with folded rim, each in a wooden box (3)
8.5 cm., 8.8 cm. and 7 cm.