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Gold Lacquer Kabuto. 17th-18th century Sixty-two plate koboshi bachi kabuto lacquered red and surmounted with a three-stage gilt-copper chrysanthemum tehen kanamono, the bowl fitted with a five-lame Hineno-style shikoro ending in small fukigaeshi, lacquered black, black-lacquered iron hanbo fitted with a three-lame yodarekake; the cuirass a nimai yokohagi okegawa do lacquered gold and finished to a rough surface and applied with standing rivets patinated shakudo.

century Sixty-two plate koboshi bachi kabuto lacquered red and surmounted with a three-stage gilt-copper chrysanthemum tehen kanamono, the bowl fitted with a five-lame Hineno-style shikoro ending in small fukigaeshi,.

Okegawa Do Tosei Gusoku. Late Edo Period, 19th century Thirty-two-plate suji bachi kabuto with itamono komanju jikoro, to the front a gilded wood maedate in the form of a stylised yama kanji.  A simple hanbo mask, chu sode, shino gote, karuta gane haidate and tsutsu suneate. Lacquered black overall and laced in dark blue sugake odoshi. The yodarekake and kusazuri edged with fur.

Okegawa Do Tosei Gusoku. Late Edo Period, century Thirty-two-plate suji bachi kabuto with itamono komanju jikoro, to the front a gilded wood maedate in the form of a stylised yama kanji. The do of okegawa yokohagi style with the muneita and waki.