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Japanese Sword katana, Shinto  17/18c

Lot 3024: Japanese Sword katana, Shinto 17/18c

by Clars Auction Gallery

April 26, 2015, 9:30 AM PST

Oakland, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: Japanese katana, shinto from Tokugawa period, iron tsuba, fuchi, kashira, original nakago, signature 'Hizenkoku Tadayoshi' on the tang, ray skin (crack on one side), black lacquered saya, blade length: 27.5", overall: 38"l

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SWORD WAKIZASHI WITH COMPLETE MOUNTING UND DRAGON MOTIFS

Lot 440: SWORD WAKIZASHI WITH COMPLETE MOUNTING UND DRAGON MOTIFS

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

May 14, 2015, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimated Price: €1,500 - €3,000

Description: Japan, late 18th to (mounting) 19th cent. The blade: A Shinogizukuri with Iorimune, the tip ko-gissaki, the Hada masame, the Hamon suguha with light Notare. The Angel ubu and Mumei (not signed), a Mekugi-ana, the Yasurime (sales mark) kiri, the end Iri-yamagata. From the time a typical work of the later Edo Period, but also still Shinto. Mounting: Time different, 19th cent. to Meiji. Particularly beautifully crafted tsuba in Goto style with Ryohitsu and very fine Nanakoji (roe ground). A Marumimi, around which two dragons in gold are entwining. They are not looking at us but chasing each other. Gilded Seppa and also gilded are the Nekogaki of the Habaki. The sheath Saya, fine black lacquer work with horizontal striped flame design using finest mother-of-pearl! Kozuka (blade with signature), complex work with fierce tatsu (dragon), tossing waves and clouds. The handle, Tsuka with same, golden Menuki also displaying dragons, Fuchi and Kashira (both only with Ishimeji) as well as the Tsuka-ito could be younger (presum. Meiji). Blade incutting area with traces. NAGASA 44,2 CM; TOTAL LENGTH 66 CM Note: Habaki is not detachable, neither is the Angel on handle (likewise the companion knife from saya) only difficult and with care! From a German collection

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SHORT SWORD WAKIZASHI

Lot 441: SHORT SWORD WAKIZASHI

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

May 14, 2015, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimated Price: €2,500 - €5,000

Description: Japan, blade 15th to 16th cent., mounting later The blade: Yamato School, the form of a shinogizukuri with iorimune, the hamon suguha, the Kitaehada itame, the blade tip with yakizumi boshi. The Angel ubu with a mekugi-ana, the end ha-agari kurijiri, the yasurime (sales mark) kiri to (hard to recognize) sujikai. NAGASA 38 CM The mounting: The saya (sheath) with black roironuri, in area of the kozuka brown ribbing, below exceptionally fine craftsmanship of motif with matt lacquer and mother-of-pearl particles, depiction of fog or cloud banks with mountains emerging (resp. the Mountain Fujisan). The cap is ornamental with iron mounting, the kurigata (with sageo) also iron with depiction of a grasshopper. The handle of the companion knife shows a boat with fishers and wild geese in flight. The small oval iron sword guard with two hitsu and floral ornament is in golden hirazogan. Fuchi and kashira are very fine works with Iroe-takazogan with gold, copper and shakudo, the motifs are beetles and foliage. Menuki between the lacing and well-formed same offer a composition with sakura, cherry blossoms. With complete mounting. TOTAL LENGTH 57 CM From a North German collection

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GUNTO TACHI In hon-dzukuri form with irregular invected hamon. Mumei. Length of blade 26.25

Lot 863: GUNTO TACHI In hon-dzukuri form with irregular invected hamon. Mumei. Length of blade 26.25" (66.5 cm). Copper tsuba, fuchi, and kas...

by Eldred's

May 2, 2015, 10:00 AM EST

East Dennis, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $800 - $1,000

Description: GUNTO TACHI 19th Century In hon-dzukuri form with irregular invected hamon. Mumei. Length of blade 26.25" (66.5 cm). Copper tsuba, fuchi, and kashira. Leather saya.

Condition Report: Some wear to blade, tsuba and scabbard. Please refer to the auction start time to calculate when this item will be sold. We sell in lot order and generally sell 80 items per hour. End Times, if displayed, should NOT be used as an indicator of when bidding on this item ends. This is a live auction event and you will be competing with bidders in the room as well as on the phone. Auction sales are final and requests to cancel bids after the auction will be denied. Shipment of purchases can take 4-6 weeks from date of payment. All shipping charges are subject to packing and handling fees. Given the unique nature of many lots, special handling may be required and commensurate charges would be applied. Please contact Eldred's 48 hours prior to the auction start time with condition report requests. Please do not bid on any item without reading the condition report. The absence of a condition report does NOT imply that an an object is free of defects or restoration. Please contact Eldred's before bidding with any questions as to condition. Condition reports are provided as a complimentary service and only reflect the opinion of Eldred's and should not be taken as a statement of fact. Condition reports only detail flaws or restorations and do not take into account wear, fading, or other issues consistent with an object's age.

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SA: TANTO WITH COMPLETE MOUNTING

Lot 442: SA: TANTO WITH COMPLETE MOUNTING

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

May 14, 2015, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimated Price: €2,500 - €5,000

Description: Japan, blade approx. 15th to 16th cent., mounting later The blade: The form hirazukuri with iorimune and bohi (we call it "blood trough") on both sides with resp. round ends. Well-moveable hamon offers notare with choji and nie, the finely drawn kitaehada masame. The Angel ubu with a nakago-ana, directly under the signature with a sign SA 左. No sales mark, end kurijiri. A sign signature is indeed rare, there were more "Sa"; this blade might have been from a smith from Chikugo. NAGASA 28 CM The mounting: In all aspects noble and finely crafted. The sheath presents ishime structure in black lacquer. The metal decor parts of copper alloy are gilded and with silver. The end kojiri is cut out and displays a Same. Kurigata with beaded pattern, small oval tsuba is similar with outward open hitsu. Fuchi and cut out kashira with structure like berries and silver bamboo stick. Tightly laced tsukaito over same, the silver menuki show butterflies. With complete mounting. TOTAL LENGTH 45 CM From a German collection

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TWO JAPANESE GOTA SCHOOL KOZUKA decorated in gilt, one showing a shi shi on a four legged pedestal,

Lot 403: TWO JAPANESE GOTA SCHOOL KOZUKA decorated in gilt, one showing a shi shi on a four legged pedestal,

by Mallams

April 30, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Cheltenham, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £200 - £300

Description: TWO JAPANESE GOTA SCHOOL KOZUKA decorated in gilt, one showing a shi shi on a four legged pedestal, another with five playful shi shi, 18th Century, each 9.5cm long

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TWO JAPANESE SHIBUICHI KOZUKA, one with Shakudo Nanako plate decorated in takazogan, signed, the oth

Lot 404: TWO JAPANESE SHIBUICHI KOZUKA, one with Shakudo Nanako plate decorated in takazogan, signed, the oth

by Mallams

April 30, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Cheltenham, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £600 - £800

Description: TWO JAPANESE SHIBUICHI KOZUKA, one with Shakudo Nanako plate decorated in takazogan, signed, the other decorated in silver and gold showing a crescent moon behind clouds, signed, both 19th Century

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A Set of Twelve Japanese Silver and Mixed-Metals Kozuka Knives, Second Half 19th Century, the handles decorated with silver, Japanese g

Lot 1067: A Set of Twelve Japanese Silver and Mixed-Metals Kozuka Knives, Second Half 19th Century, the handles decorated with silver, Japanese g

by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers

2015

USA

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Description: A Set of Twelve Japanese Silver and Mixed-Metals Kozuka Knives Second Half 19th Century the handles decorated with silver, Japanese gold and copper peonies in full bloom, steel blades, in presentation case Length 10 inches

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A Shibuichi Kozuka decorated in kebori and silver taka-zogan with a...

Lot 155: A Shibuichi Kozuka decorated in kebori and silver taka-zogan with a...

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

April 28, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £150 - £200

Description: A Shibuichi Kozuka decorated in kebori and silver taka-zogan with a chrysanthemum bloo, signed Kinkodo, 19th Century, fitted with a brass blade; An Iron kozuka decorated in iroe zogan and kebori with two seals (?) beneath a crescent moon, 18th Century, fitted with a brass blade ; Two modern reproduction Tsuba; An Antimony Bezique Counter with ivory keys inlaid in Shibayama style with insects, early 20th Century; And Two Bone Mounted Aikuchi. (7)

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LOT X 5 JAPANESE SWORD FITTINGS: Pierced iron guar

Lot 874: LOT X 5 JAPANESE SWORD FITTINGS: Pierced iron guar

by Australian Arms Auctions

May 3, 2015, 10:00 AM AEST

Blackburn South, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD500 - AUD700

Description: LOT X 5 JAPANESE SWORD FITTINGS: Pierced iron guard with gilt tendrils signed ECHIZEN JÛ ( 越前住 ) & KINAI SAKU ( 紀内作 ), surface rust, loss to gold, fair; scabbard utility knife with copper handle & 9 applied shakudo kiri mon, fair & rusted iron blade. 3 KOZUKA, no blades, various themes, light damage, o/a good.

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KATANA. La poignée en corne sculptée d'une scène d

Lot 226A: KATANA. La poignée en corne sculptée d'une scène d

by Le Chesnay Enchères

April 19, 2015, 2:30 PM CET

Le Chesnay, France

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Description: KATANA. La poignée en corne sculptée d'une scène de bataille de Samouraï, le fourreau en fer. Vers 1900. Long lame : 71 cm (manque le Kozuka). Expert : Cabinet Pierre ANSAS et Anne Papillon d'Alton.

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JAPANESE MEDIUM SWORDS (wakizashi): 2 blades (dark

Lot 878: JAPANESE MEDIUM SWORDS (wakizashi): 2 blades (dark

by Australian Arms Auctions

May 3, 2015, 10:00 AM AEST

Blackburn South, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD300 - AUD400

Description: JAPANESE MEDIUM SWORDS (wakizashi): 2 blades (darkly stained rust) with guards & handles, n/s. One blade 36.1cm; tang 12.5cm tang, unsigned; v. poor old iron guard; fair handle with good matching end fittings of shakudo nanako with gilt Kiri mon, unsigned & dragon menuki present. The other blade 50.2cm; tang 12.2cm, unsigned; pierced iron guard, signed, poor; handle wood core only with fuchi.

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2 x JAPANESE MEDIUM SWORD (wakizashi): No.1, 44.5c

Lot 877: 2 x JAPANESE MEDIUM SWORD (wakizashi): No.1, 44.5c

by Australian Arms Auctions

May 3, 2015, 10:00 AM AEST

Blackburn South, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD400 - AUD500

Description: 2 x JAPANESE MEDIUM SWORD (wakizashi): No.1, 44.5cm blade with point broken ~5mm; 13.2cm tang signed NAMINOHIRA YUKIYASU ( 波平行安 ), ca 1800; complete handle with inscribed fitting (fuchi) & unsigned guard (tsuba) (both poor); n/s. A potentially restorable Satsuma blade from a long lineage, darkly stained, no rust pits or chips. No.2 consists of two f. blades with p. scabbards, no fittings. One blade 42.9cm long; shortened tang 11.5cm inscribed KANEMOTO ( 兼元 ); the other blade 42.7cm; tang 13.8cm (unsigned).

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Très fort Wakisachi japonais,

Lot 25: Très fort Wakisachi japonais,

by Primardeco

April 29, 2015, 2:30 PM CET

Toulouse, France

Estimated Price: €800 - €1,000

Description: Très fort Wakisachi japonais, lame à une gorge, ligne de trempe droite partiellement visible, toutes garnitures en suite en laiton doré décoré d'un semis de points irréguliers rappelant le « Samé ». Fusée habillée d'un tressage serré de soie brune ne laissant pas voir le support, Menuki à la libellule noire que l'on retrouve aussi sur le manche du kozuka et sur le fourreau en laque rouge. Vu sa taille arme probablement votive, de très belle facture, lame à repolir car plusieurs impacts et morsures de rouille rendent cette couteuse opération hélas inévitable. 2

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INLAID SHIBUIUCHI KOZUKA WITH THE LUCK DEITY JUROJIN

Lot 437: INLAID SHIBUIUCHI KOZUKA WITH THE LUCK DEITY JUROJIN

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

May 14, 2015, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimated Price: €300 - €600

Description: Shibuichi, gilding. Japan, 19th century A silver grey shaded shibuichi kozuka carved in a low relief in gilt zogan with the luck Deity Jurojin holding a scroll, his head is characteristically domed. Jurojin symbolizes educational success and literacy. LENGTH 9,7 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939) Dr. Karl Florenz was a renowned scholar, university professor and regarded as a pioneer of German Japanese studies. He resided in Japan from 1888 until the beginning of the First World War, then continued his lectures at the Hamburg Colonial Institute, never to return to Japan again. Famed for having translated several important Japanese books including the Nihongi, Japan's oldest official history text, he was awarded the Japanese doctor title in literature. His extensive collection was largely destroyed by air strikes in the Second World War (which he himself did not live to witness), however, most tsuba etc. survived in relatively good condition. Dr. Florenz primarily collected tsubas, most of which are from the 18th cent. and quite evidently made an effort to explore a wide range of motifs.

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IRON KOZUKA WITH CHRYSANTHEMUM AND REDDISH

Lot 439: IRON KOZUKA WITH CHRYSANTHEMUM AND REDDISH

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

May 14, 2015, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimated Price: €250 - €500

Description: Iron, silver, gilding. Japan, 18th century Kozuka with one rounded edge carved with a herringbone pattern over the entire length and with appealing decoration inlaid in iroe takazogan. Daikon (radish) center with chrysanthemum, foliage and grasses, one edge in gilt nunome creating an effective contrast of the rough iron and the delicate gilding and silver. LENGTH 9,8 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939) Dr. Karl Florenz was a renowned scholar, university professor and regarded as a pioneer of German Japanese studies. He resided in Japan from 1888 until the beginning of the First World War, then continued his lectures at the Hamburg Colonial Institute, never to return to Japan again. Famed for having translated several important Japanese books including the Nihongi, Japan's oldest official history text, he was awarded the Japanese doctor title in literature. His extensive collection was largely destroyed by air strikes in the Second World War (which he himself did not live to witness), however, most tsuba etc. survived in relatively good condition. Dr. Florenz primarily collected tsubas, most of which are from the 18th cent. and quite evidently made an effort to explore a wide range of motifs.

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CRICKET KOROGI BEARING LONG FEELERS

Lot 436: CRICKET KOROGI BEARING LONG FEELERS

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

May 14, 2015, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimated Price: €250 - €500

Description: IRON, silver and some gilding. Japan, 18th to 19th century Iron kozuka rounded to one edge and bearing an ishime ground decorated in iro-e takazogan with a korogi (cricket) with arched hind legs and enormous feelers, highlighted in silver tenzogan. The cricket represents the approaching fall. In Eastern Asia, the animals are commonly kept in cages LENGTH 9,7 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939) Dr. Karl Florenz was a renowned scholar, university professor and regarded as a pioneer of German Japanese studies. He resided in Japan from 1888 until the beginning of the First World War, then continued his lectures at the Hamburg Colonial Institute, never to return to Japan again. Famed for having translated several important Japanese books including the Nihongi, Japan's oldest official history text, he was awarded the Japanese doctor title in literature. His extensive collection was largely destroyed by air strikes in the Second World War (which he himself did not live to witness), however, most tsuba etc. survived in relatively good condition. Dr. Florenz primarily collected tsubas, most of which are from the 18th cent. and quite evidently made an effort to explore a wide range of motifs.

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INLAID SHIBUICHI KOZUKA WITH THE IMMORTAL CHOKARO

Lot 438: INLAID SHIBUICHI KOZUKA WITH THE IMMORTAL CHOKARO

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

May 14, 2015, 2:00 PM CET

Vienna, Austria

Estimated Price: €250 - €500

Description: Shibuichi, some copper, silver, gilding. Japan, 19th century Chokaro (in China among the Eight Immortals - Baixan) shown standing under a high pine and upholding his hyotan (gourd) while his horse is depicted on the reverse ready to carry Chokaro a thousand miles a day. Very fine craftsmanship with a pinch of humor inlaid in iroe takazogan, tenzogan and engraving. LENGTH 9,6 CM From the collection of Dr. Karl Florenz (1865-1939) Dr. Karl Florenz was a renowned scholar, university professor and regarded as a pioneer of German Japanese studies. He resided in Japan from 1888 until the beginning of the First World War, then continued his lectures at the Hamburg Colonial Institute, never to return to Japan again. Famed for having translated several important Japanese books including the Nihongi, Japan's oldest official history text, he was awarded the Japanese doctor title in literature. His extensive collection was largely destroyed by air strikes in the Second World War (which he himself did not live to witness), however, most tsuba etc. survived in relatively good condition. Dr. Florenz primarily collected tsubas, most of which are from the 18th cent. and quite evidently made an effort to explore a wide range of motifs.

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