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Hizen Koku Mutsu Kami Tadayoshi (3rd generation)
Special feature: Mutsu Kami Fujiwara Tadayoshi was a legitimate son of the Tadahiro
who was called Shinzaburo 3rd generation Tadayoshi.
At Manji 3rd year November He got the tytle of the Mutsu Daijyo and at Kanbun first year
August, he changed his tytle to Mutsu Kami.
He passed away Teikyo 3rd February.
He made many swords for 2nd generation Tadahiro so he left a few swords even though
his high ranking sword maker.
Many sword collectors wants to buy his swords but very hard to buy because we can find
small amount of swords for sale.
This sword is quite well wonderful Jigane and also nice Hamon.
Appraisal Quiz #614 (November 7th 2020)
Who made this sword do you think ?
Blade length : 65.5 cm or 25.7 inches.
Sori 2.0:cm or 0.78inches.
Mekugi : 4
Width at the hamachi 2.76 cm or 1.08 inches.
Width at the Kissaki :1.96 cm or 0.77 inches.
Kasane : 0.61 cm or 0.24 inches.
The weight of the sword 550 grams.
Shape : Regular length and width, deep Sori and longer Kissaki. Futasuji-Hi and Bo-hi
are engraved on frontside and backside
Jigane : Ayasugi-hada well grained, able to see the Hada clearly.
Hamon : Sharp Niedeki Gunome-Midare continued. Utsuri is also Gunome-midare style
and able to feel the oldness of the sword.
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