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Galerie Jean-Christophe Charbonnier (Stand N17) / Exceptionnelle armure de Daimyô de type gomaido – Deuxième moitié de l’époque Edo (1600-1868)

Galerie Jean-Christophe Charbonnier (Stand N17) / Exceptionnelle armure de Daimyô de type gomaido – Deuxième moitié de l’époque Edo (1600-1868)

A black-lacquer nerigawa suit of armor, Edo period (19th century) © 2002-2009 Bonhams 1793 Ltd

A black-lacquer nerigawa suit of armor, Edo period century) © Bonhams 1793 Ltd

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Early-Middle Edo Period sixty-two plate riveted acorn-shaped suji bachi kabuto. From the Tokyo Fuji Art Museum

Samurai armour, Richard Béliveau's collection, o-boshi suji bachi kabuto, uchidachi dou gusoku.

Samurai armour, Richard Béliveau's collection, o-boshi suji bachi kabuto, uchidachi dou gusoku.

Ni Mai Mongara Odoshi Tachi Do Tosei Gusoku. Mid Edo Period, late 18th century  Twelve plate black-lacquered iron hoshi bachi kabuto fitted with a tosei mabisashi embossed with eyebrows above which is a maedate of gilded leather horns, the Hineno jikoro or iron kiritsuke kozane laced in red kebiki odoshi.

Ni Mai Mongara Odoshi Tachi Do Tosei Gusoku. Mid Edo Period, late century Twelve plate black-lacquered iron hoshi bachi kabuto fitted with a tosei mabisashi embossed with eyebrows above which is.

120 plate shiinari (acorn shape) suji-bachi kabuto (Saotome Iechika) hon kozane ni-mai dou gusoku, hon kozane o-sode, tsutsu-gote, tsutsu suneate, from the collection of treasures of the Kii Tokugawa family, established in the seventeenth century, an early Edo-period (1600-1868) gusoku of the highest quality for a daimyo.

120 plate shiinari (acorn shape) suji-bachi kabuto (Saotome Iechika) hon kozane ni-mai dou gusoku, hon kozane o-sode, tsutsu-gote, tsutsu suneate, from the collection of treasures of the Kii Tokugawa family, established in the seventeenth century, an early Edo-period (1600-1868) gusoku of the highest quality for a daimyo.

Armor (Gusoku)

This example comes from the armory of Date Yoshimura daimyo (lord) of Sendai. The helmet bowl, signed Saotome Iye[tada?], dates from the sixteenth century; the remainder of the armor was constructed in the eighteenth century

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Edo Period Century) The original eight plate russet iron suji bachi overlaid at a later date with an iron dragon and clouds, the dragon’s head boldly modelled protrudes forward to form a fore crest, well mounted with.

Japanese Samurai Armour Kabuto http://www.nihon-no-katchu.com

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