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An Akasaka tsuba from the middle period, as per Robert Haynes, so likely the work of Tadatoki. 7.93 x 7.65 cm x 6.3 mm at the bottom & 6 mm at the top.
The following genealogy of the eight generations of Akasaka smiths lists only the date of death.
Tadamasa (Suemon) 1657
Tadamasa (Shozaemon) 1677
Masatora (Shozaemon) 1707
Tadatoki (Hikojiro). Later changed his name to Tadamune also known as Oyahiko (parent Hiko). The date of his death is unrecorded.
Tadatoki Refered to Naka Hiko (middle Hiko) 1764
Tadatoki (Hikojuro) 1796
Tadatoki (Hikojuro) 1805
Tadatoki (Hikojuro) Date work as late as Kaei (1848 - 1854)