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Japanese swords and fittings in the Western Australian Museum : Nishi Goshu Hakubutsukan no nihonto . 11: Features of the koshirae; Figure 12: Features of the tsuba; Figure 13: Tsuba shapes; Figure 14: Provinces of Japan.

Japanese swords and fittings in the Western Australian Museum : Nishi Goshu Hakubutsukan no nihonto to koshirae no shu. by George Trotter. Published: 1989 Publisher: Western Australian Museum ISBN: 0-7309-2623-0.

Japanese Swords and Sword Fittings from the Collection of Dr. Walter A. Compton Christie's Catalog . Japanese Swords and Fittings in the Western Australian Museum by G. Trotter. A Study of Bizen Nihonto by Kowalski. Compton Christie's Catalog (3 volumes) 1992 Possibly the best collection ever auctioned -excellent reference material. Japanese Swordsmiths, Revised by Hawley Listing of names (with Kanji), location and dates of thousands of swordsmiths. Cutting Edge: Japanese Swords In The British Museum by Victor Harris. Nihonto Newsletter V1,2,3 by Yamanaka. Swords and Fittings in the Chicago Natural History Museum.

Japanese Swords and Fittings. Museum Book Updated 7 years ago. Author(s) George Trotter Format Paper Back Pages 132. This illustrated catalogue describes the swords and fittings from as early as the 13th century now held in the Western Australian Museum's Major Simon Cool Collection and from Colonel G F Wieck's collection for the United Services Institute Museum. The volume features extensive black and white and colour reproductions.

Japanese sword mountings are the various housings and associated fittings (tosogu) that hold the blade of a Japanese sword when it is being worn or stored. Koshirae (拵え) refers to the ornate mountings of a Japanese sword (. katana) used when the sword blade is being worn by its owner, whereas the shirasaya is a plain undecorated wooden mounting composed of a saya and tsuka that the sword blade is stored in when not being used. Fuchi (縁): The fuchi is a hilt collar between the tsuka and the tsuba.

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THE CONNOISSEUR’S BOOK OF JAPANESE SWORDS will be of great help in making educated judgments at kantei sessions, and will be an invaluable and constant reference work. From the Foreword by Clive Sinclaire, Chairman of the Token Society of Great Britain. He lived in England for six years beginning in 1986, where he worked for the British Museum, lectured at the monthly meetings of the Token Society of Great Britain, and received a request from the British royal family to polish its sword collection.

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