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

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Detail of large festival ‘nobori’ (banner), tsutsugaki on cotton. Dated 1827, Japan. MET Museum ( Gift of John B. Elliott through the Mercer Trust, 1999)

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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".

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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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Nobori Bata Panel, 1900-1920. This cotton banner for a boy's festival is only partially complete: it is missing the upper approx 25% that would have contained the family crest. 32" wide x 15ft tall. Yorke Antique Textiles

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Taisho Boy's Banner, Late Meiji to early Taisho (1900-1915). A large painted cotton nobori kintaro banner created for a boy's celebration. Yorke Antique Textiles

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

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Miniature Nobori Bata - Late Edo (1775-1850). This was used as part of a May 5 Boys Day 'warrior' display carefully arranged in the 'tokonoma' or alcove within some Japanese homes. This display centered around several warrior dolls, and included a set of miniature 'nobori bata' , fans, carp streamers, feathery whisks, warrior dolls in rows, seated figures, hawks tethered to their perches, standing figures with swords at their hips, protected by armor. Yorke Antique Textiles

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