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Suji bachi kabuto, yokohagi byotoji okegawa hatomune renjaku ni-mai dou gusoku.

Suji bachi kabuto, yokohagi byotoji okegawa hatomune renjaku ni-mai dou gusoku.

Procession of military officials of early heian era. Japanese armor.

Procession of military officials of early heian era - Japanese armor -

Yokohagidō Armor with shakudō cuirass crafted from an alloy of copper and gold depicting a coiled dragon Helmet 14th century CE Armor 18th century CE Japan.

Yokohagidō Armor with shakudō cuirass crafted from an alloy of copper and gold depicting a coiled dragon Helmet century CE Armor century CE Japan

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.

Saika (saiga) kabuto, Muromachi-Momoyama period (late 16th century), armor produced by the smiths from the area of Saika in Kii province (modern Wakayama) were distinctive in that they featured a set of prominent chrysanthemum rings set around the tehen, strong standing rivets and embossed eyebrows, with Tokubetsu Kicho certificate issued by the Nihon Bugu Katchu Kenkyu Hozan Kai (Society for the preservation of Japanese armor) no. 1042, dated 2007.11.8

Saika kabuto, Muromachi-Momoyama period , armor produced by the smiths from the…

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Iron Nanban Gusoku and Shachi-nari Kabuto. Century Of the four known examples of iron ‘shachi-nari’ helmets, two are held in the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo, but are unmounted bowls, the other lacquered iron example in private hands is mounted with.

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A 28-plate hoshi kabuto with mempo, late Edo period - Lot detail - Hermann Historica oHG

A hoshi kabuto with mempo, late Edo period - Lot detail - Hermann Historica oHG

上田城・上田藩主 真田昌幸〔さなだまさゆき〕着用具足〔ぐそく〕上田城を築いた真田昌幸の具足(甲冑〔かっちゅう〕)であり、その家臣であった河野清右衛門が、戦功により昌幸から拝領したと伝えられている。

上田城・上田藩主 真田昌幸〔さなだまさゆき〕着用具足〔ぐそく〕上田城を築いた真田昌幸の具足(甲冑〔かっちゅう〕)であり、その家臣であった河野清右衛門が、戦功により昌幸から拝領したと伝えられている。

Samurai holding a naginata and wearing a hachi gane (forehead protector) and kusari katabira (chain armor jacket).

Samurai holding a naginata and wearing a hachi gane (forehead protector) and kusari katabira (chain armor jacket).

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