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A Japanese matching kozuka and fuchi. Both Decorated in gold, silver and sh

by Grand Auctions

May 9, 2016, 11:00 AM BST

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: A Japanese matching kozuka and fuchi. Both Decorated in gold, silver and shakudo with a gold Takaha (hawk feathers) mon. Both signed (see additional images). (2 items) Fuchi: 1.5 in (3.8 cm) diameter Kozuka: 3.8 in (9.7 cm) length.

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INLAID SHAKUDO FUCHI-KASHIRA WITH CHRYSANTHEMUM

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

June 4, 2016, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimate: €450 - €900

Description: Copper, shakudo, enamel, gilding. Japan, 19th century Fuchi kashira by the same artist as in the no. 362. Bearing an elaborate nanako ground with decoration of flowering kiku and tendrils in gilt zogan. The present example of fuchi kashira is for a daisho (pair of swords), here for a katana. SIZE (F) 3,6 CM, SIZE (K) 3,35 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939)

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FUCHI-KASHIRA WITH WARRIORS

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

June 4, 2016, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimate: €450 - €900

Description: Copper, shakudo, silver, gilding. Japan, 19th century Fuchi kashira bearing an elaborate nanako ground in iroe takazogan, kashira offers figural motif with three warriors shown placed under a pine, two of them in armor, one with a standard while the third is reclining. Kashira with gilt lower rim and wrapping apertures, the fuchi offers pines and various decorations, probably relating to a Shinto or New Year’s cult. SIZE (F) 3,8 CM, SIZE (K) 3,4 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939)

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FUCHI-KASHIRA WITH THUNDER-CLOUD MOTIF

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

June 4, 2016, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimate: €450 - €900

Description: Copper, shakudo, enamel, gilding. Japan, 19th century A truly elaborate craftsmanship! Fuchi with strong meander – possibly in gilt lacquer, and inlaid with detailed geometrically arranged decoration of manji symbols (swastika). The decorative sections are split by a small bulge; kashira of helmet shape carved in the round, with decoration in the shippo enmel technique and gilt inlaid shakudo. – Very refined! Enamel decoration showing impressive gilt clouds and lightning with a voluted end. SIZE (F) 3,6 CM, SIZE (K) 3,4 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939)

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FUCHI-KASHIRA WITH CHRYSANTHEMUM

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

June 4, 2016, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimate: €450 - €900

Description: Copper, shakudo, gilding. Japan, 19th century Effectively decorated on a fine nanako ground with flowering kiku and tendrils in gilt zogan. The imperial kiku mon is the highest among all Japanese mon; it is also called ennenso. The kashira is of slightly arched shape. For almost identic examples, see the no. 361, rendered for a daisho; the present examples are rendered for a wakizashi. SIZE (F) 3,6 CM, SIZE (K) 3,15 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939)

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TACHI SWORD IN ITOMAKI-GOSHIRAE

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

June 4, 2016, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimate: €1,500 - €3,000

Description: Japan, Shinshinto, 19th cent, Meiji – Gendaito Shinogi-tsukuri blade form with iorimune and a chu-gissaki. Gunome-midare hamon with nie. A long a narrow ubu nakago with a mekugi-ana, the yasurime shows takanoha, a round kurijiri end. The four-character mei reads O-MORI ... MICHI 小 林 ... 道. Also present is a partly abraded script in red lacquer, presumably just a numbering. The mounting is a courtly tomaki-tachi-koshirae with the typical metal components such as the sayajiri, ashi-kanamono, etc… Black-lacquer saya. Sakura-mon (cherry blossom emblem) can be found on the fuchi-kashira. The tsuba is simple and flat, large bracteole with aureole, gilt seppa. Menuki with sakura-mon. NAGASE 60,8 CM, TOTAL LENGTH (IN SAYA) 92 CM From a Hungarian-Japanese collection

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WAKIZASHI SWORD IN KOSHIRAE

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

June 4, 2016, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimate: €900 - €1,800

Description: Japan, Shinto The blade form with shinogi, iorimune and chu-gissaki. Well-defined notare to toran hamon and a masame hada. The tang is ubu and mumei, an ana, the yasurime presumably kiri, but strongly weathered due to age. The end of the tang is a kurijiri. Golden habaki with nekogaki.Black-lacquered saya in mediocre condition, kozuka missing. Round iron tsuba with a hitsu, engraved pattern presenting “shining beams of light”, fine and irregular. The fuchi is with a tatsu (dragon) and clouds in iroe-takazogan with gold as well as fine nanakoji, the menuki likewise dragons. The tsuka-ito above the samegawa shows wear (patina). NAGASA 39,4 CM, TOTAL LENGTH (IN SAYA) 65,5 CM From a Hungarian-Japanese collection

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Antique Japanese lot of 4 Kozuka and Mounts

by Designer Homes of Central Florida

May 15, 2016, 12:00 PM EST

Lakeland, FL, USA

Estimate: $250 - $2,500

Description: Circa 18th/19th century.

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WWII JAPANESE IMPERIAL KATANA VETERAN'S BRINGBACK

by Affiliated Auctions & Realty LLC

May 14, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

Tallahassee, FL, USA

Estimate: $800 - $1,500

Description: This lot features a katana brought back by Louis A. Rouchard as well as the medals that he was awarded for his bravery in combat. Rouchard was a radio operator and Private first class in the 322nd infantry division of the US Army. He was awarded the bronze star and the purple heart for his participation in the Battle of Angaur in Palau in September of 1944. The katana was found by Rouchard during the same battle. It does not appear to be a standard issue example, but rather a privately made sword belonging to an NCO. It has a 27 inch blade which was likely factory made with a straight hamon line and well maintained polished surface. The blade's tang is unsigned and has two meguki holes. The tsuka has full same and silk ito wrap with a chrysanthemum menuki. Its kashira and fuchi is decorated with a pebbled surface and the latter has a chrysanthemum motif. The tsuba, seppa and all other tsuka fittings are in very good condition. The metallic saya has most of its original finish present and its kojiri is decorated with pebbling and a chrysanthemum. The koiguchi is held in place by two flat head screws. Some remnants of the original leather sageo still hang on the single ashi. The medals included are as follows: a good conduct medal with partial box and lapel device; a Bronze Star with ribbon bar and two extra ribbons, a lapel device, its original black coffin case and original award citation; a purple heart medal with lapel device and original coffin case. Also included is a certificate that honors the memory of Rouchard signed by Bill Clinton. All items are in very good condition with some signs of age as expected.

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A Japanese kozuka, late 18th/19th century. Decorated in gold, silver and sh

by Grand Auctions

May 9, 2016, 11:00 AM BST

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: A Japanese kozuka, late 18th/19th century. Decorated in gold, silver and shakudo depicting a kabuki theatre scene. Unsigned. 3.8 in (9.7 cm) length.

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A Japanese kozuka by Chizuka Hisanori (1725 - 1795), Edo period, 18th centu

by Grand Auctions

May 9, 2016, 11:00 AM BST

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimate: £150 - £250

Description: A Japanese kozuka by Chizuka Hisanori (1725 - 1795), Edo period, 18th century. Decorated in gold, silver, copper and shakudo depicting Kanamono in the form of Kan'u against a nanako ground. Signed to the reverse (see additional image). 3.8 in (9.6 cm) length.

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MITSUHIDE: KOZUKA WITH PINES

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

June 4, 2016, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimate: €300 - €600

Description: Shakudo and gilding. Japan, 19th century Kozuka bearing a nanako ground and a decoration inlaid in iroe takazogan with pines growing on a hill, needles rendered in gilt zogan, reversely signed SHO-JU-KEN MITSU-HIDE, and kao. LÄNGE 9,65 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939)

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INLAID SHAKUDO KOZUKA WITH A HANDCART AND FLORAL BASKET

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

June 4, 2016, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimate: €300 - €600

Description: Shakudo, gilding. Japan, 19th century Elaborate kozuka in the Goto style bearing a fine nanako ground carved in iroe takazogan with a two wheel handcart and a basket overflowing with flowers and foliage. Very decorative! Raise gilt rim, reverse gilt and with uchu engraving. LENGTH 9,35 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939)

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INLAID SKAKUDO KOZUKA BY THE YOSHIOKA FAMILY: A FAN

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

June 4, 2016, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimate: €300 - €600

Description: Shakudo, silver, gilding. Japan, 19th century This kozuka originates from the well-known Yoshioka family, who was in the service of the Shoguns. The family existed for almost 200 years until the mid-19th century. As the masters mostly used to sign with the title Inaba no Suke and not with their respective names, they cannot be distinguished. Kozuka bearing a rich nanako ground, decorated with three folding fans ogi, the first closed the second slightly opened and the mid one half open and gilt and finely carved with pine needles, raise rim, reversely signed YOSHI-OKA INA-BA (no) SUKE. LENGTH 9,55 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939)

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SHAKUDO INLAID KOZUKA WITH KANZAN AND JITTOKU

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

June 4, 2016, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimate: €300 - €600

Description: Shakudo, some gilding. Japan, 19th century Kozuka with the the popularly shown motif of the two monk-fellows. Shide would work in the kitchen of the Chinese cloister Guoqingsi while Kanzan solely lived as a hermit in a cave and wrote poems (His works even have been translated into German). Both together were real jokers! Spirited depiction on the hilt with Kanzan (Chinese: Hanshan –“cold mountain”) and scroll and his fellow with a broom. For a further example, see no. 343. LENGTH 9,35 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939)

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KAIJO (designated): BAMBOO AND FULL MOON

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

June 4, 2016, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimate: €300 - €600

Description: Shibuichi, copper and silver. Japan, 18th to 19th century Inlaid shibuichi kozuka bearing a very fine nanako ground, to create a wintery atmosphere with bamboo overloaded with snow under a surreal silvery full moon shining through scrolled clouds. Reversely signed GO-TO KAI-JO, and kao. LENGTH 9,55 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939)

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INLAID KOZUKA WITH A PEASANT, RIVERBANK AND BIRD

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

June 4, 2016, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimate: €300 - €600

Description: Shakudo, silver and gilding. Japan, 19th century Bearing a very fine nanako ground carved with a motif in kebori and iroe takazogan of a lengthy riverbank with a peasant shown standing and wearing a straw hat and sandals. He is watching a flying bird inlaid in gilt. A trunk is growing from the right side. Raise rim. LENGTH 9,6 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939)

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*Japanese Sword.

by Dominic Winter Auctions

May 13, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

South Cerney, United Kingdom

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: *Japanese Sword. A WWII katana, the 69cm steel blade with five character signature to the tang and two further characters to the rear, with copper habaki, bronze and gilt tsuba with five petal cherry blossom decoration, similar fuchi, cord bound ito grip with fish skin and petal menuki, 101cm overall, in its field service issue scabbard By family repute, taken from a Japanese officer in Sumatra. (1)

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*Wakizashi.

by Dominic Winter Auctions

May 13, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

South Cerney, United Kingdom

Estimate: £500 - £800

Description: *Wakizashi. A Japanese short sword, the 54.5cm blade signed and dated 1737 on the tang, with ancestral blade, iron tsuba, shagreen tsuka, bronze menuki and fuchi, 76.5cm overall in its WWII black lacquered says covered in brown leather The blade was made by Kuni Mune in 1737 in the Bizen Province, which was one of Japan's main sword making provinces. (1)

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JAPANESE SHORT SWORD - Late 16th or early 17th c

by Thomaston Place Auction Galleries

May 22, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Thomaston, ME, USA

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: JAPANESE SHORT SWORD - Late 16th or early 17th c. Japanese Koto Period Wakazashi, probably Bizen, the blade having a strong hamon and boshi temper line, finely pointed kissaki and two high fuller grooves, the tang is unsigned. The furniture is very attractive with a nicely cast silvered iron tsuba of a writhing dragon in the ocean, single gilt menuki of a tiger, engraved habaki, mixed metal kashira butt cap and fuschi. The ray skin handle has been unwound, but has all components, including the original peg. Housed in a 19th c. Maki lacquer sheath that is missing the tip, but retains the iron Kogatana utility knife. Overall length: 25" (63.5 cm); blade length: 17 3/4' (45.5cm), weight: 13.64 oz (380.9g). Light corrosion to blade.

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AN UNUSUAL DOUBLE-EDGED JAPANESE DAGGER POSSIBLY FORMED FROM THE BLADE OF A YARI, UNSIGNED,

by Holt's Auctioneers

June 30, 2016, 10:00 AM GMT

London, United Kingdom

Estimate: £1,000 - £2,000

Description: AN UNUSUAL DOUBLE-EDGED JAPANESE DAGGER POSSIBLY FORMED FROM THE BLADE OF A YARI, UNSIGNED, and re-mounted circa 1880 for the grand tourist market, the earlier 12 7/8in. blade with spear-point double edged slightly swamped profile, later engraved with stylised characters on one side and a 'horimono' of an oriental dragon on the reverse, visible 'hamon' around all edges, the gilded 'habaki' engraved with the mon of the Tokugawa Shogunate, the tang with additional re-mount hole, small crude bronze 'tsuba' decorated with dot-punches, cast brass grip with moulded bands and engraved arabesques, tapering towards the pommel, the front part with separate 'fuchi', COMPLETE WITH its moulded black laquered scabbard lavishly overlaid with stylised rolling clouds in multi colours of gold, brass scabbard mounts engraved en-suite, the mouldings of the scabbard body mounted with a carved brass oriental dragon to give the illusion of it running through the clouds (suspension loop absent, small losses to laquer which do not detract)

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