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朧月象ヲ也 Oboro Tsukiyou o Nari

Okegawa Do Gusoku with Todo Crest. Mid Edo Period Kabuto features the Todo ‘Ivy’ family crest. Armorer signature from the Myochin school. Beautiful gold laquered coiling dragons on the Do.

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Early Yukinoshita Dou, Momoyama-Early Edo (early 1600s). Very early and true Yukinoshita school dou. It has all the proper trademarks of an early Yukinoshita school dou having completely folded over borders of the muneita (top front plate) and wakiita (top side plates). This is only done on Yukinoshita school armors ­ not on imitations, it also has three holes for the attachment of the retaining cords on the muneita, not four which is the standard for Edo period pieces. -by artsfeng.com

Early Yukinoshita Dou, Momoyama-Early Edo (early 1600s). Very early and true Yukinoshita school dou. It has all the proper trademarks of an early Yukinoshita school dou having completely folded over borders of the muneita (top front plate) and wakiita (top side plates). This is only done on Yukinoshita school armors ­ not on imitations, it also has three holes for the attachment of the retaining cords on the muneita, not four which is the standard for Edo period pieces. -by artsfeng.com

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