, (hilt probably associated) (2) " /> A <I>KATANA</I>, the blade broad <I>shobuzukuri, takashinogi, iorimune</I> and <I>torii-zori</I> with <I>o-itame hada</I>, wih several <I>kizu, midare hamon</I> of <I>sunagashi, komaru boshi</I> and <I>osuriage nakago</I> with three <I>mekugi-ana</I>, unsigned, 14th/15th century, 70.7cm. long; in black lacquer scabbard with impressed <I>asanoha</I> pattern sprinkled with a little <I>mijingainuri</I>, with soft-metal <I>kojiri</I> and <I>kuchigane</I>, (<I>kurikata</I> missing), iron <I>fuchi-kashira</I> and <I>tsuba</I>; and a <I>chiisa-katana</I>, the blade <I>honzukuri, iorimune, chugissaki</I> and very shallow <I>torii-zori</I> with <I>itame-masame hada</I>, pointed <I>gonome hamon</I> of <I>nioi, hakkakeru boshi</I> and <I>ubu nakago</I>, inscribed <I>Yamato Daijo Fujiwara Masanori</I>, on the reverse <I>Higo no Kami Fujiwara Masakatsu</I>, but Mino Seki school, 18th/19th century, 48.6cm. long; in <I>mijingainuri</I> scabbard with lacquered horn <I>soritsuno, yamagane kogai</I> and <I>kozuka </I> with gilt paulownia sprays, the hilt with Mino-Goto <I>fuchi-kashira </I>depicting insects and autumn flowers, the copper <I>tsuba</I> decorated in <I>katakiribori</I> with a man poling a boat, on the reverse wild geese alighting, <I>"rakugan"</I>, (hilt probably associated) (2) | Christie's