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Armor (Gusoku), 16th and 18th centuries; Edo period Japanese This armor comes from the armory of Daté Yoshimura (1703–1746), daimyo of Sendai. The helmet bowl, signed Saotome Iye, dates from the sixteenth century; the remainder of the armor was constructed in the eighteenth century. The breastplate is inscribed inside with the armorer's name, Myochin Munesuke (1688–1735). The embossed ornament on the solid iron plates is characteristic of the Myochin school.

Armor Date: ca. 1480 Culture: German Medium: Steel Classification: Armor for Man Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1904 Accession Number: 04.3.293a-t

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Armour of Henry VIII for the field and tilt, 1491

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