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32 ken suji bachi kabuto by Saotome Iehisa, 18th century, certificate:Japan Kacchubugu (Japanese armor research preservation society).

32 ken suji bachi kabuto by Saotome Iehisa, century, certificate:Japan Kacchubugu (Japanese armor research preservation society).

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48 plate suji bachi kabuto (helmet), mogami do(dou -cuirass) gusoku(suit of armor),kabuto by Myochin Munehisa,late Muromachi century),armor Edo period century

36 plate suji bachi kabuto and menpo, 18th to 19th century, sabinuri urushi, maedate with sanskrit character surrounded of partly engraved flames, golden Mon (coat of arms) on Fukigaeshi (ear-shaped elements) with a stylized Fuji (Wisteria). This Fuji-Mon was famous, especially in connection with the noble house of Fujiwara.

36 plate suji bachi kabuto and menpo, to century, sabinuri urushi…

8 plate suji bachi kabuto by Myochin Ki Munemasu saku, late 18th century.

8 plate suji bachi kabuto by Myochin Ki Munemasu saku, late century.

Wood Katana Tut.-Sageo Knot by ~piratecaptain on deviantART

-Sageo Knot by ~piratecaptain on deviantART I like this idea for the triple trees, maybe. Or, maybe I've watched too many old samurai movies.

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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…

Blue Laced Rokumai Do Gusoku. Edo period (18th century). The Kabuto bowl of four heavy iron plates and lacquered black. A Rokumai do (six-piece cuirass) of yahazu-shaped lamellae applied with stenciled doeskin munaita.  Accompanied by a certificate of registration as Koshu tokubetsu kicho shiryo (Especially important armor object) no. 24 issued by the Nihon Katchu Bugu Kenkyu Hozon Kai (Japanese Armor Preservation Society)

Blue Laced Rokumai Do Gusoku. Edo period century) The Kabuto bowl of four heavy iron plates and lacquered black, mounted with maedate formed as a pair of inverted wings of gilt and lacquered wood. A Rokumai do (six-piece cuirass) of.

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