Edo Period Japanese Sword

This is a Hizen wakizashi. The mei states Omi Daijo Fujiwara Tadahiro, very likely gimei as the signature does not match those in the Japanese sword refrence books. The sword is in a good state of polish, about 85%. There are no fatal kizu. It's a great piece to start your Japanese sword collection with or to add to a growing collection.

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Vertical

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Shirasaya

Samurai sword shirasaya 1 Samurai sword shirasaya 2

Whole

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Machi

wakizashi machi 1 wakizashi machi 2

Kissaki

Nihonto Kissaki 1 Nihonto Kissaki 2 Nihonto Kissaki 3

Hamon

Japanese sword Hamon 1 Japanese sword Hamon 2 Japanese sword Hamon 3
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Hada

Samurai sword Hada 1 Samurai sword Hada 2 Samurai sword Hada 3 Samurai sword Hada 4

Ware

Nihonto ware 1 Nihonto ware 2 Nihonto ware 3
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nagako

Omi Daijo Fujiwara Tadahiro nagako mei 1 Omi Daijo Fujiwara Tadahiro nagako mei 2 Omi Daijo Fujiwara Tadahiro nagako mei 3 Japanese sword nagako 4

Misc

Wakizashi misc 1 Wakizashi misc 2 Wakizashi misc 3 Wakizashi misc 4
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