Over 20 pieces of Japanese Samurai armour w/ classic Edo period light weight wood storage case & framed rare Samurai Sashimono banner flag. Samurai armour includes manchira gorget from the Edo period, a true gusoku
A 17th century suit of Japanese armor fetched a record $602,500 at a Christie’s auction in New York, Oct 2009. The successful bid for the Edo Period hon kozane ni-mai do gusoku marked a new world auction record for Japanese armor. The armor, estimated at $250,000 to $300,000, was sold to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
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.