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A black and white silk battle standard Edo period (17th century)

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Sashimono. Large Samurai Battle Flag. Early-Mid Edo

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Military banner with bands and nine planet family crest, used by Hosokawa Yoshikuni (1835-1876), Japan. Edo period (1615-1868), 19th century. Dyed silk. Eisei-Bunko Museum, 4233. © Eisei Bunko, Japan.

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Sashimono (Personal Flag) of Sakakibara Yasumasa, Momoyama period, 17th century. Silk and gold leaf; 61 3/8 x 28 3/4 in. (156 x 73 cm) Tokyo National Museum

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Bonhams 1793 : A set of thirteen battle standards Edo period, late 18th century

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Battle flag Date: approx. 1615-1800 Medium: Silk, paper and gold foil. Battle flags were used by samurai to identify their troops when engaged in battle or in processions. This banner is made of silk and reinforced with horizontal stitches. The corners are strengthened with leather patches. The large diamond-shaped family crest, which contains the character "three" in the center, is made of gold foil, which is sewn to the silk ground by small stitches.

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A Personal Flag (sashimono) sold by Christie's, New York, on Wednesday, March 24, 2010, first half 19th c , The sashimono (personal flag) is of indigo-dyed hemp, with motif of wisteria enfolding the character Ko

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Nobori, Matsuri (Festival) Banner. Cotton, Tsutsugaki Freehand Resist, Painted Pigment. Kyoto or Tokyo, Japan.  Meiji or Taisho Period, 19th/early 20th Century. 182" x 28".

Nobori, Matsuri (Festival) Banner. Cotton, Tsutsugaki Freehand Resist, Painted Pigment. Kyoto or Tokyo, Japan. Meiji or Taisho Period, 19th/early 20th Century. 182" x 28".

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Zhong Kui, the Demon Queller / Hokusai 絵幟 鍾馗 葛飾北斎 1805年頃

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