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SOLD Fukusaburo Tamahagane Kanna and Dai

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$150

29mm length of hard steel left
77mm total length Kanna
9mm thickest
71mm wide

Comes with very tight chipbreaker and Dai

Better than the tsunesaburo white super kanna I sold. Steel is crisp and grabby. One of the best steels I've used. Some extremely tiny chips from woodworking use

Stone pic to show how soft the iron is, but also the stone is really fast. Uchigumori fingerstones finish, the bevel is pretty flat but not perfectly so. Ura is flattened so it makes contact for 80% of the edge. The parts near the corners don't contact yet, more flattening needs to be done. From the 1950s or so. Fukusaburo is the grandfather of the current tsunesaburo in Miki. Fukusaburo is the master of Haruo Sakata I I remember correctly.

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