I have a personal sale here, it's a kamagata style usuba.
This came to me in poor condition. As I recall the edge was chipped out, the shinogi line was uneven and the ura (back side) had a lot of sharpening wear. I wanted it because I had the notion that once I had it back in shape I'd practice the whole daikon peeling thing but the reality is that I never have time to do anything. So this just sits hanging on my mag rack for years now and I'm thinking that I'd like to sell it and open up a slot for a Martell nakiri that I may actually use one day.
Ikkanshi Tadatsuna Blade length - 165mm (cutting edge)
Size - 180mm
Handle - Ho wood w/buffalo horn ferrule (buffalo has 2 chips at the front end - top & bottom side - see pictures for details)
Saya - yes
Steel - White #2
Condition - Good/Refurbished, blade is hamaguriba and ready for the stones
Price - $225 (shipping to CONUS included in price)
Thanks for looking,
*Edited for to add in maker & steel type