Magnificent Museum Level Samurai Sword by FUJIWARA FUYUHIRO for Japanese WarLord For Sale

Magnificent Museum Level Samurai Sword by FUJIWARA FUYUHIRO for Japanese WarLord
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Magnificent Museum Level Samurai Sword by FUJIWARA FUYUHIRO for Japanese WarLord:
$24000.00

Magnificent Museum Level Samurai Sword by FUJIWARA FUYUHIRO for Japanese WarLord Magnificent Museum Level Samurai Sword by FUJIWARA FUYUHIRO for Japanese WarLord


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Buyers fromCHINA,Please make sure you have the shipping address inHong KongorUSand it\'s on your Profile,We will Not ship Weapons toChina.Buyers fromItalyMust have Import Permit for Antique Edged Weapons,Will Not Ship Edged Weapons toItalyWithout Copy of the style=\"\">A spectacular Samurai sword worthy of the Royalty, of massive proportions and exhibition level quality, featuring iron fuchi-kashira with gold dragons in Takazogan. Long gold gilt double-dragon menukies. Shichu tsuba with dragon in Katakiribori and Keibori. Shichu kozuka with silver leaf and vines. Red copper Kogai split chopsticks with Mon. Iron Kurikata with silver vines in Takazogan. Red and black stippled Saya with panels of red dragons and silver clouds, representing Day and Night. Massive Hirzukure blade with a red lacquered Bohi ending in Kakedome, Superb Hamon tamper line. Tang signed Unshu Junin Fujiwara Fuyuhiro, likely the fifth generation from the Izumo line of Fuyuhiro, working around Tempo Jidai (1830-1844). This is an Over the Top sword, most likely made for an exhibition as an example of the maker\'s superiorskills,or as an offering to one of the Japanese Warlords of the mid to late 1800s.


Total length in scabbard : 38\" Blade length (Nagasa) : 23 1/2\" Blade width : 1 5/8\"

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