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    someone who can figure out what is written.? . it's a sword certificate thanks
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    My smaal japanese corner
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      #3
      It's a firearm/sword registration card. See here for an explanation.
      Yours is categorized as a sword.

      刀 Katana
      長さ Length: 65.0 cm
      反り Curvature: 1.5 cm
      目釘ぎ穴: Pin holes: 1
      銘文: Inscription
      表 Obverse side: 浅井安綱 Asai Yasutsuna
      裏 Reverse side: [Blank]



      Licensed Date:
      平成弐拾壱年八月八日 Heisei 21st year, August 8th [They use banker's numbering system]
      東京都教育委員会 Tokyo Metropolitan Board of Education

      From Markus Sesko's Japanese Swordsmiths:
      YASUTSUNA (安綱), Shōwa (昭和, 1926-1989), Gifu – “Yasutsuna” (安綱), real name Asai Tamotsu (浅井保), born March 21st 1924, he was the son of Toshimasa (敏正) and died January 3rd 1990, gō Ittōsai (一刀斎)
      Please show the blade in greater detail.

      Cheers,
      -- Guy

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        Thanks i will post some pict to morrow

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          Some picture
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              #7
              Seki stamp, so non-traditionally made.

              I'm weak on the smiths, but aren't the "Yasu" smiths from the Yasukuni shrine? Just goes to show that even they made some non-traditional blades.

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                Thanks

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                  Originally posted by BruceP View Post
                  Seki stamp, so non-traditionally made.

                  I'm weak on the smiths, but aren't the "Yasu" smiths from the Yasukuni shrine? Just goes to show that even they made some non-traditional blades.
                  No. Only the Yasu smiths using [靖国 Yasukuni Shrine].

                  -- Guy

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