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A Japanese Katana, Saya decorated with dragon menuki, tsuba with high cast floral gilded menuki, total length 106 cm

Muromachi Wakizashi, circa 1530 with strong hamon & utsuri, ubu nakago (original tang) & a solid silver habaki. the blade is in traditional Japanese polish, which brings out the grain of the forging & the temper details. the blade qualifies as

A signed Japanese Katana, Showa period sword, a family sword used in World War II, bamboo motif on tsuba, without scabbard

Koto period Katana attributed to Su Mihara dated pre 1596, unsigned but attributed to Su Mihara by Nbthk Hozon Kanteisho, circa 1550. in full Japanese polish. Blade curve, straight temper line & well aged original tang are typical of the late Muromachi per

Captain D.H. Wade-Ferrell World War II AIF collection, comprising of Wade-Ferreells Robert Mole &, Sons officer', s dress sword (with sheaf 102 cm long), a Japanese Shin Gunto Officers Katana sword (with sheaf 101 cm long) surrendered to him at the

Ujifusa signed Owari Province Katana the original Tang of gentle kurijiri shape, in shirasaya. Forging is mokume-hada, the hamon is notare mixed with gunome, & the boshi is midarekomi with hakikake. Mounted in a custom made plain wood shirasaya. The blade

A World War I Japanese Katana sword with leather scabbard total length 109 cm

Edo Wakizashi by Kawachi Daijo Fujiwara KuniSada Aizu province (1644-1681) ubu nakago, having an unusally broad blade with long kissaki. Condition: excellent, the blade in full polish set in a shirasaya, with a well defined hamon & hada, & a very fine haba

Koto to Shinto Uchigatana in snakeskin with traditional military itomaki-no-tachi mounts of iron in koto style, with patterns in iron mimicking snake skin scales. Snakeskin covered saya continuing under silk wrap on tsuka, with large shakudo dragon menuki

A World War II Japanese Katana sword with scabbard, total length 95.5 cm

Katana with signed forged blade in World War II Shin Gunto fittings. Condition: good, expected age related wear. Length of blade 71 cm, total length 99 cm

A World War II Japanese officer's sword (katana) in leather covered scabbard, wooden surrender tag attached, 105 cm,

Japanese mid 19th century Wakizashi in full Japanese polish. The sword is a scaled down version of a katana in formal handachi mounts, the blade has a high quality habaki of black shakudo with gold edging. The tsuba is Yogoro school moko gata form, in wave

Reproduction Japanese katana with scabbard, overall approx 103 cm, blade approx 74.5 cm

A Japanese Katana sword with scabbard. This sword was taken from a 20,000 ton Jap crude oil tanker that had been deliberately beached following a torpedo and aerial attack. Jack and his team of native guerrilla fighters arrived shortly after to inspect and

A Japanese Katana sword with scabbard. This sword was taken from a Jap Captain of the dreaded Kempei Tei following a raid upon a 20 man Jap garrison at Dampirit, on the Kudat peninsula of British north Borneo 1945. This item along with others including Lot

A Katana Japanese sword, most likely World War II period with brown lacquered scabbard. Sword 93 cm

A World War II Japanese Katana officers sword with scabbard a Showa blade by Kaneuji of Seki, dated 1942 with Kaneuji seal blade length 87.3 cm

Japanese katana with black lacquer sheath & silver menuki, signed tang. Length of blade 67 cm. Length 91 cm

Japanese military mount katana, blade circa 1600, signed Fuji Warn Mitschiro, approx 91 cm long

Japanese 1937-1945 World War II Katana Non officer sword in great condition and fairly ornate tsuba and ray skin handle (with scabbard) 96 cm long

Gassan Sadayoshi, attributed blade and lacquer mounts, 19th century, the blade of 'hirazukuri (sunnobi tanto), hada' of 'ko-itame', temper edge of boxed shape 'choji' with 'ji-nie' and 'ashi', a carving of 'gomabashi' and a sanskrit character, 'ubu' tang w

A Kashu Kiyomitsu tanto with its lacquer mounts, 18th century (blade), the blade 'hirazukuri', with 'itame hada', the temper edge of 'suguha', with a carving of 'gomabashi', signed 'Kiyomitsu', in 'shirasaya' with a 'Nihon Bijutsu' token club paper, with b

Old Japanese tsuba for a katana in russet iron in the Namban style, signed Mitsunaga

Japanese Katana sword, the blade shinogi zukuri chu kissaki with ihori (iori) mune, probably toran hamon with the edge showing tiny nicks to edge and incorrect sharpening of boshi, with copper habaki and mei to both sides of tang, NO tsuka or fittings, but

Antique Japanese Katana sword, the blade probably chobu zukuri with no yokote and ihori (iori) mune, gunome hamon and patterned gin habaki, the tang appearing aged, futsu kurijiri and signed, in gunto fittings with sheath damaged.

Antique Japanese Katana sword, the blade heavier gauge shinogi zukuri chu kissaki ihori (iori) mune and hamon between gunome and notare, the tang futsu kiri with lengthy inscription and secondary hole and distinct taka-no-ha, with early pierced iron tsuba

Antique Japanese Katana sword, heavy gauge blade probably shobu zukuri ihori (iori) mune with gunome hamon, the tang probably futsu iriyamagata with lengthy inscription and early pierced iron tsuba, in red and black speckled lacquer saya

Antique Japanese Katana sword, the blade shinobi zukuri chu kissaki iohri (iori) mune with lightly visible irregular hamon and habaki with painted character, the long tang suriage with inscriptions to both sides, the tsuka with old mounts including signed

Japanese Katana sword, the blade shinogi zukuri chu kissaki and ihori (iori) mune, with lightly visible hamon and gilt habaki, the tang with lengthy mei perhaps partly reading Daijo Fujiwara, with the tsuka fitted with gilt Goto menuki and antique iron tsu

Japanese Katana sword with Horimono, the blade shinogi zukuri chu kissaki with ihori (iori) mune and sanbonsugi hamon, the horimono of a dragon chasing the pearl and probably patterned gin habaki, the tang futsu kurijiri with translated signature Noshu Ju

Japanese Katana sword, the blade shinogi zukuri chu kissaki and ihori (iori) mune, with sugu hamon and probably partially gin habaki with Ryukyu Kingdom mon (ceased 1879), the tang with three holes and lengthy inscription Shishi Kodama Tsune Naga and in a

Japanese Katana sword with Kai Gunto fittings, the blade shinogi zukuri chu kissaki and ihori (iori) mune, with choji hamon ashi and gilt habaki, the tang futsu haagari with single hole and signature attributed Hizen (no) Kuni Masamitsu, in a shira saya wi

Japanese Katana sword, the blade shinogi zukuri chu kissaki and ihori (iori) mune, with notare hamon and copper habaki, the tang futsu with single hole and mumei but attributed to Kane Kaga, in shira saya (with green paper no 368519). Blade length 69 cm va

World War II Issue NCO Shin Gunto Katana sword, with cast aluminium grip in traditional tsuka style, with fullered blade and unmarked tang, the habaki with markings and with khaki sheath

Japanese second World War Kutani sword, the Nakago signed

World War II period Japanese Katana, complete with scabbard and tassel.

A Japanese katana in military mounts 20th century. Length 70 cm

A rare Japanese Katana (long sword) complete with tsuba. Signature of swordsmith 'Kunimitsu'. Shinto period (late 17th to early 18th century)