Daisho:Enju Nobutsugu Saku(NBTHK Hozon Token)

Ordering number: AS22593
Daisho in Shirasaya(NBTHK Hozon Token)

Dai: Katana
Signature: Enju Nobutsugu Saku
延寿宣次作
Syowa 51 Nen 8 Gatsu 8 Hi
昭和五十八年八月日

(We divide 4 sections for each sword as Saijyo saku, Jyojyo saku Jyo saku and regular saku)
This sword belongs to Jyo saku ranking.
Habaki: Gold foiled double Habaki
The blade is polished.
Blade length:70.6cm or 27.79inches.
Sori:2.0cm or 0.78inches.
Mekugi:1
Width at the hamachi:3.31 cm or 1.30inches.
Width at the Kissaki:2.95cm or 1.16inches.
Kasane:0.74 cm or 0.29inches.
The weight of the sword:952grams
Era: Modern times. August of Showa 58.
Shape: Bo-hi is carved long and kurijiri on both sides of the blades with a wide, layered, thick, curved, and deeply extended cutting edge.
Jigane: Koitame hada Well-crafted and accompanied by Jinie, you can see the itamehada well.
Hamon: Gunome midare works well for Bo-shi that continues from hamachi to yokote.

Special feature: Enju Nobutsugu is a swordsmith from Kumamoto Prefecture and a disciple of Tanigawa Moriyoshi, who calls himself Tanigawa Hirotugu and learns how to make swords from his father, Tanigawa Moritugu improved his technique. As a result, he was awarded the Encouragement Award, the Excellence Award four times, and the Effort Award four times.

From Aoi Art: The date is engraved with the same date as August, 1983. He is a highly regarded swordsmith.

Sho: Wakizashi
Signature: Enju Nobutsugu
延寿宣次作
Showa 58 Nen 8 Gatsu Hi
昭和五十八年八月日

(We divide 4 sections for each sword as Saijyo saku, Jyojyo saku Jyo saku and regular saku)
This sword belongs to jyo jyo saku ranking.
Habaki: Gold foiled double habaki
The blade is polished.
Blade length:48.6cm or 19.13inches.
Sori:1.0 cm or 0.39inches.
Mekugi:1
Width at the hamachi:3.32cm or 1.30inches.
Width at the Kissaki:3.0cm or 1.18inches.
Kasane:0.77cm or 0.30inches.
The weight of the sword:595grams
Era: Modern times. August of Showa 58.
Jigane: Koitame hada Well-crafted and accompanied by Jinie, you can see the itamehada well.
Hamon: Gunome midare works well for Bo-shi that continues from hamachi to yokote.

Daisho in Shirasaya

Dai: Katana
Signature: Enju Nobutsugu Saku
延寿宣次作
Syowa 51 Nen 8 Gatsu 8 Hi
昭和五十八年八月日

(We divide 4 sections for each sword as Saijyo saku, Jyojyo saku Jyo saku and regular saku)
This sword belongs to Jyo saku ranking.
Habaki: Gold foiled double Habaki
The blade is polished.
Blade length:48.6cm or inches.
Sori:1.0cm or inches.
Mekugi:1
Width at the hamachi:3.32cm or inches.
Width at the Kissaki:3.00cm or inches.
Kasane:0.77cm or inches.
The weight of the sword:952grams
Era: Modern times. August of Showa 58.
Shape: Bo-hi is carved long and kurijiri on both sides of the blades with a wide, layered, thick, curved, and deeply extended cutting edge.
Jigane: Koitame hada Well-crafted and accompanied by Jinie, you can see the itamehada well.
Hamon: Gunome midare works well for Bo-shi that continues from hamachi to yokote.

Special feature: Enju Nobutsugu is a swordsmith from Kumamoto Prefecture and a disciple of Tanigawa Moriyoshi, who calls himself Tanigawa Hirotugu and learns how to make swords from his father, Tanigawa Moritugu improved his technique. As a result, he was awarded the Encouragement Award, the Excellence Award four times, and the Effort Award four times.

From Aoi Art: The date is engraved with the same date as August, 1983. He is a highly regarded swordsmith.

NBTHK Hozon Token paper
Aoi Art estimation paper: whole Oshigata by Ayaka Tsuruta

Auction starting Price:1,150,000 JPY-.

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