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NBTHK Hozon Mid Edo(1650-1660) sword by Hoki no Kami Fujiwara no Hirotaka 伯耆守藤原汎隆
Collectible piece, good for display


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<Swordsmith and sword feature>
Hoki no Kami Fujiwara no Hirotaka 伯耆守藤原汎隆 was a representative swordsmith of Echizen Shimosaka school 越前下坂派 (Echizen - north part of current Fukui prefecture), and leaned under Michimoto Kanetane 道本兼植.
He was active around Meireki era (1655?1658).
Hirotaka was a renowned swordsmith whose skills were ranked in the upper third of the swordsmiths of his era.

Half of Mei(signature) of this sword was cut because the Tang was shortened (Suriage) however its authenticity and historical value has been kept well.
It is a nice collectible piece with a good Togi condition. The NBTHK certificate was issued in 2006.

<Appearance>
It has an ordinary blade weight and a width, Shinogi-zukuri, Iori-mune 鎬造り庵棟. The curve is shallow and the blade top is Nakamine.

<Hada - Forging>
The jihada (body of the sword) is a tightly forgedItame and coarse Jinie(darkish crystal)granule attaches on the surface.

<Hamon - Temper patterns>
The Hamon is Gunome with Togariba 尖り刃 and bright and clear Nioiguchi 匂口. Boshi- temper line of the tip is Midarekomi(wavy) with rich Hakikake activities and turns back to a gentle curl called Komaru.

<Nakago - Tang>
The Tang is shortened (Suriage) and has Sujichigai file marks. Nakago end was cut streight.

<Habaki-Metal collar>
Gold gilded, solid copper single piece Habaki in Kashu style.

<Koshirae - Mountings>
please check the detail pictures.
Saya: Shirasaya

<Blade Condition>
Polish: In good condition
Defects such as openings, chips and cracks: None.


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Item No.02-1174

Blade length 70.9cm/ 2'3.9"/ 2shaku 4sun Tsuka length --
Curvature - Sori 0.5cm/ 0.2"/ 1.6bu Mekugi (Pegs) 3
Blade Bottom Width 30.0mm/ 1.2"/ 9.9sun bu Blade Bottom Thickness 6.5mm/ 2.56"/ 2.1bu
Blade Top Width 21.3mm/ 0.8"/ 7.0bu Blade Top Thickness 5.5mm/ 0.22"/ 1.8bu
Weight Blade only: 750g / 1.6lbs Period Mid Edo 1650~
Inscription / Signature Front: Hoki no Kami Fuji (following letters were cut)
Back:
Registration in Japan 21 Nov. 1973
Ishikawa Prefecture Board of Education
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