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Fish Scale Gusoku. Edo period 17th century Rare armor composed of thin Black Brown lacquered leather imitating fish scales. Box decorated with red lacquer Mon (main emblem) of Waka-Bayashi. Included in ‘Japanese armor in the Arman collection’ by Robert Burawoy, exhibition at the Grand Palais from 14 to 19 January 1992. An armour close to that which belonged to the famous strategist Takenaka Hambei preserved in the Museum of Okayama in Bizen province

Edo period century Rare armor composed of thin Black Brown lacquered leather imitating fish scales. Box decorated with red lacquer Mon (main emblem) of Waka-Bayashi. Included in ‘Japanese armor in the Arman collection’ by.

A RARE JAPANESE JINGASA HELMET A rare type, of conical form with a narrow brim, composed of direct-riveted steel plates lacquered black overall, with lugs for a chinstrap to the interior. Such helmets were typically worn only by samurais in charge of musket companies. 17th -18th century. Wear to lacquer. Height 34.5cm.

A RARE JAPANESE JINGASA HELMET A rare type, of conical form with a narrow brim, composed of direct-riveted steel plates lacquered black overall, with lugs for a chinstrap to the interior. Such helmets were typically worn only by samurais in charge of musket companies. 17th -18th century. Wear to lacquer. Height 34.5cm.

Armor (Yoroi). Japanese. Early 14th Century. Lacquered iron and leather, silk, stenciled leather, gilt copper.

Armor (yoroi), Late Kamakura period early century Japanese Lacquered iron and leather, silk, stenciled leather, copper-gilt THE MET MUSEUM OF ART

Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst Köln | BORO

Work coat woven with waste hemp fibres (okuso zakkuri), late century, hemp fibres, waste hemp fibres (okuso), and indigo dyed cotton.

Full suit of Japanese Samurai armour (Gusoku), 16th to 18th century; Edo period Japanese Lacquered iron, mail, silk, copper-gilt.

Full Suit of Samurai Armor. This is similar to Egyptian and also ancient indian triad symbols.

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