|Country of manufacture:||Japan|
|Manufacturer/ Maker:||Shigehira Watanabe|
|Weapon Type:||Sword (More lots)|
|Sub-type:||lange katana blade, gesigneerd|
|Overall Length:||117 cm|
|Barrel/ blade length:||84 cm|
A long shinogi-zukuri gendaito katana blade (without shirasaya or koshirae). This is a beautiful blade from Shigehira Watanabe. His real name is Watanabe Shigemi from Niigata Prefecture, the Miyairi School, signed: " Shigehira Saku ". The blade has professional Japanese polishing. There are no visible forging errors, no chip or crack, no curvature in the blade and "cutting edge" is razor sharp, guaranteed no "Hagire", "Motogasane": 7mm, "motohaba" : 3.2 cm, length "nagasa": 84.5 cm ". Is sent insured (Russia and China excluded). The sword stand is not a part of the lot.
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