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An armor with a hotoke do Edo period (19th century) The helmet constructed of eight plates, conical in form and lacquered smooth with nine rows of domed rivet heads over plum-blossom washers, on the front a horizontal peak above which is a half-moon maedate in gilt leather, the shikoro of six-lame Hineno-style terminating in small fukigaeshi with small gilt crests of birds within bamboo

A russet iron armor with impressive helmet Edo period (18th century), the helmet later Component parts laced in doe skin and comprising a later black-lacquer momonari kabuto with old three lame hineno-style shikoro, gold lacquer disk maedate and large gold-lacquer water-buffalo horns wakidate;

Eboshi-shaped kabuto (helmet) with maedate (crest) in form of a mantis, Edo period, 17th century, Iron, lacquer, cord, silk, wood, gold, and papier-maché, H. of bowl, 20.3 cm.

A suit of armor with a go-mai okegawa do Edo period (18th century) Laced in blue with the components lacquered russet brown and comprising a thirty-plate suji kabuto mounted with a four-stage gilt-metal and shakudo tehen kanamono, the mabizashi and gold lacquer fukigaeshi trimmed with gilt-copper "rope" fukirin, the bowl fitted with a five-lame Hineno shikoro terminating in fukigaeshi applied with gilt-copper heraldic crests, the gilt-copper maedate formed as a chrysanthemum flower and…

Domaru Armor with Light Blue Lacing, Helmet and Wide Arm Protectors, Edo period, Important Cultural Property of Japan 縹糸威胴丸 兜・大袖付 重要文化財

Kawari Kabuto ~ Kabuto were a prominent and important part of the equipment of the samurai


Bonhams 1793 : A gold lacquer armor Edo period, 18th-19th century


A black lacquer armor with an impressive standard Edo period (18th century) Laced in blue with white and orange trim and comprising a russet-iron sixty-two plate suji kabuto with a single iron shinodare running down the front plate and with a five-lame gilt-copper and shakudo tehen kanamono, the mabizashi fitted with a shakudo fukurin, the bowl fitted with a five-lame shikoro ending in fukigaeshi applied with stenciled leather, fusegumi and trimmed with gilt-copper fukurin,