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A gold-lacquer armor, Edo period (18th-19th century) © 2002-2009 Bonhams 1793 Ltd

A gold-lacquer armor, Edo period (18th-19th century) © 2002-2009 Bonhams 1793 Ltd

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Samurai STOCK I by PhelanDavion armor armour helm helmet equipment gear magic item | Create your own roleplaying game material w/ RPG Bard: www.rpgbard.com | Writing inspiration for Dungeons and Dragons DND D&D Pathfinder PFRPG Warhammer 40k Star Wars Shadowrun Call of Cthulhu Lord of the Rings LoTR + d20 fantasy science fiction scifi horror design | Not Trusty Sword art: click artwork for source

Samurai STOCK I by PhelanDavion armor armour helm helmet equipment gear magic item | Create your own roleplaying game material w/ RPG Bard: www.rpgbard.com | Writing inspiration for Dungeons and Dragons DND D&D Pathfinder PFRPG Warhammer 40k Star Wars Shadowrun Call of Cthulhu Lord of the Rings LoTR + d20 fantasy science fiction scifi horror design | Not Trusty Sword art: click artwork for source

Myōchin Munemasa, Nimaidō tōsei gusoku armor with Tokugawa crest, completed by 1749. Iron, silver, gold, shakudō, leather, silk, wool, and lacquer. Dating to the 1740s, this remarkably intact suit of armor was made for a high-ranking samurai in the Tokugawa family, the warrior clan that ruled Japan from 1603 to 1868. -Portland Art Museum-

Myōchin Munemasa, Nimaidō tōsei gusoku armor with Tokugawa crest, completed by 1749. Iron, silver, gold, shakudō, leather, silk, wool, and lacquer. Dating to the 1740s, this remarkably intact suit of armor was made for a high-ranking samurai in the Tokugawa family, the warrior clan that ruled Japan from 1603 to 1868. -Portland Art Museum-

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.

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.

Armor by Saotome Ietada, Edo period, circa 1690-1720, do, helmet and menpo in russet iron, accentuated with matching-russet lacquer components laced in blue kiritsuke lacing, sixty-two plate suji kabuto   bowl signed [ ] shu ju Saotome Ietada, silvered dragon maedate, menpo with a bristle mustache and gilt-iron teeth, ni-mai yokohagi okegawa do hinged at the top section and fitted with seven sections of five-lame kusazuri, o-sode, oda gote; kawara haidate, shino suneate.

Armor by Saotome Ietada, Edo period, circa 1690-1720, do, helmet and menpo in russet iron, accentuated with matching-russet lacquer components laced in blue kiritsuke lacing, sixty-two plate suji kabuto bowl signed [ ] shu ju Saotome Ietada, silvered dragon maedate, menpo with a bristle mustache and gilt-iron teeth, ni-mai yokohagi okegawa do hinged at the top section and fitted with seven sections of five-lame kusazuri, o-sode, oda gote; kawara haidate, shino suneate.

"Armor of the Yokohagido Type," Japan, Nanbokucho period, 14th century (helmet); mid-Edo period, 18th century (suit); iron, shakudao, gold and silver lacquer, lacing bronze, wool, silk brocade and bear fur; Photograph Brad Flowers; Copyright The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, Dallas

"Armor of the Yokohagido Type," Japan, Nanbokucho period, 14th century (helmet); mid-Edo period, 18th century (suit); iron, shakudao, gold and silver lacquer, lacing bronze, wool, silk brocade and bear fur; Photograph Brad Flowers; Copyright The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, Dallas