Good swords from the GALLERY
 
Tanto "Shinsoku"
Katana, O-suriage (old Bizen?)
Wakizashi, O-suriage (Ko-Aoe)
Broken tip of "Sueyuki" (Ko-Aoe)
Tanto "Kuniyoshi" (Awataguchi)
Wakizashi, O-suriage (Aoe or Nioh)
Tanto "Osafune Kagemasa" (or Kagemitsu)
Wakizashi, O-suriage (Shizu)
Wakizashi, O-suriage (Taema)
Wakizashi, Mumei (Shikkake)
Katana, O-suriage (Tomomitsu)
Wakizashi, Mumei (Hiromitsu)
Wakizashi, Mumei, typical "katate-uchi" sword
Tanto, O-suriage (Mino)
Wakizashi, Mumei (Gassan)
Tachi, Mumei (Gassan)
Tanto, "Tadamitsu" (Osafune) yoroi-doshi style
Wakizashi "Kiyomitsu" (Kaga province)
Katana, "Fujiwara Masayuki" (Takada)
 
 
Samples of new swords for study
1 Tanto in Kanmuri-otoshi-zukuri style
2 Tanto in Kata-kiriha-zukuri style
3 Tachi in Kissaki-moroha-zukuri style
4 Spear in Kikuchi-yari style
5 Tanto in Osoraku zukuri style
6 Tanto in Moroha-zukuri style
7 Tachi with Katana koshirae
8 Katana with sabre mount
9 Spear in Hira-sankaku-zukuri style
10 Tachi in Kissaki-moroha-zukuri style with Tachi koshirae
11 Sabre in Kissaki-moroha-zukuri style
12 Ken tanto size
13 Sample sword to think about steel grain and hamon pattern
 
 
Interesting swords for study
Tanto of worn out (K-un)
Tanto, Shin-shinto Mumei, (sandwich construction)
Arrowhead
 
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