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
Early Edo Period Ecchu hon iyozane maru dou, large, leather covered iron scales with no hinge in the Ecchu style.
Hon-kozane nimai-dô gusoku. Mid Edo Period (1615-1867) Tachi-dô style, black lacquered hon-kozane (true scale) of iron and leather. The kebiki odoshi in pale green silk. The armour is fitted with a “mutsu karakan ni juni kiku” kamon. 32 plate suji-bachi kabuto. The bowl is mounted in gilt copper and shakudô. The menpô is an exceptional work by Myôchin Muneakira, signed and dated 1732.
Russet Iron Plates 12 ken Hoshi Kabuto Signed by Kasyu Jyu Muneharu Saku.
Armor with the features of a tengu (tengu tōsei gusoku) Late Edo period, 1854. Iron, lacquer, vegetable fiber, bear fur, leather, feathers, and fabric. The Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, Dallas.
24 ken suji bachi kabuto, hon kin kozane, haramaki dou gusoku, Edo period, 18th c, kabuto signed "Masanobu", oni maedate, russet-iron menpo , nodawa attached with stenciled doeskin, haramaki dou with a back plate and fitted with eight sections of five-lame kusazuri, kyudan no ita and sendan no ita, large tsubo sode, russet-iron tsubo gote, kawara haidate with six sections of additional lames, tsubo suneate finished in gold and black lacquered leather.
Russet Iron 32 plates Zaboshi Helmet signed by Jou Shu Ju Saotome Ienari. [Mei ~ Joushu Ju Saotome Ienari] Edo period .
Thirty-two plate suji kabuto, nimai yokohagi okegawa Edo period (18th century), nara menpo, chusode; Echu gote; Echu haidate; shino suneate, mounted with a sashimono standard of gilt leather interlocking ring heraldic crest.