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  1. £3000 budget for kabuto.Sorry for the late reply.regards 

  2. Hi Mick, what is your Budget ? I have a few to for sale. With and without Menpo. Tom
  3. Hi Mark, here are a few items. Best Regards Thomas https://www.juwelier-strebel.de/asienkunst/Japan/rustungen
  4. Hi all, if you like to buy the first Book from the Peter Janssen Collection in Berlin, you can oder the Book now here under these Link by the Samurai Museum. Only 500 Books are made. So order quick. Tom https://store.samurai-artmuseum.com/product/armours-of-the-samurai/
  5. You attack me here in public for your stupidity. I have nothing to do with your buying.Here is it allowed to sell these Books. And i sell only a Translation, not more. These Books has no Copywrite. If you had googled for the books, you could easily have seen the difference. Alone the size is different. Both Links here from the Original and the Books on my webside. http://www.japanesesword.de/?site=book&id=2&lang=en Tom
  6. Hi Lee, if you got a DIn 4 Print, yes its true. I sold these, but not to you.. The most i sold here in Europe, and only a few in the rest of the world. We have talk here before a few years about these Books. It gives the original Hardcover from Afu Watson and a the Set what i sell in DIN 4. If you read the Description on my webside, you see clear that i sell not the Original Books. These are Copies. I got these from a Dealer from England. As you know, these Books from Harry was illigal made. As i knowi think only 500 Books are sold and not more. And i have only 40 Copies. The most are all sold. A few are left.And no other from these Books comes in again. Tom
  7. Hi, yes i have a few Menpo to for sale. Do you look for a full iron Menpo or a laquer Menpo ? And what do you want to spend ? Tom
  8. Hi, i have a printed version of Harry Watson translation of the Nihon Toko Jiten by Fujishiro. Tom
  9. Gassan Sadakazu Tanto: Omote: Taisho Hatsu ushi (Taisho 2 nen = 1913) hou Goken no Toshi Tame Hagiwara kimi. Ura: Gassan Sadakazu ( Teiichi) saku Kao. Jigane: Ayasugi. Nagasa: 26,4 cm Motohaba: 2,57 cm Motokasane:: 0,63 cm Paper: NBTHK Hozon
  10. Kanmuri otoshi Tanto by Gassan Sadayoshi: Signature: Gassan Sadayoshi zo Keio 2 nen 2 gatsu hi ( Feb, 1866) Nagasa: 24.4 cm Motohaba: 2.88 cm Motokasane: 8 mm Hamon: Gunome-choji very soft with deep Konie and Nioi. Paper: NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon
  11. Taisho Tachi : Mei: (Omote) Teishitsugiin Gassan Sadakazu kin saku (Ura) Taisho 4th year, 5th month on a lucky day (May 1915) Sugata: shinogi- zukuri Nagasa: 71 cm Sori: 2,6 cm Hada: itame Hamon: saka- choji This tachi was made in celebrating the coronation of Empore Taisho on a lucky day of May in 1915. The smith appears to have challenged Bizen-den by this tachi. Koshrae: Hoso-dachi-ken-koshirae that has gold-hiramaki-e saya with shell inlays of ho- birds, kiku-mon (Chrysanthemum) crests and metal fittings with kiri-mon (Pawlonia). The kiku-mon and the kiri-mon was exclusively used by the Imperial Household. The mythical ho-bird (Phoenix) only appears in the Pawlonia wood during the coronation of a new Emperor and, as a result, was said to impart good fortune on that reign. The saya was made by Akatsuka Jitoku (1871 – 1936) a member of the Imperial Art Academy. It is said that this tachi was presented to Kaiser Wilhelm II by the Crown Prince Hirohito during his Europe visit in the Netherlands on Jun 1921. The history of the sword has to be studied. A similar tachi was presented to the British Royal family in 1915 in celebrating the coronation of Emperror Taisho. Jitoko Akatsuka Birth: 1871 Death: 1936 Famous gold lacquer artist. Many of his works are on display in museums in metropolitan Tokyo and other areas of Japan. Also known as "Heizaemon Akatsuka." He is famous for his lacquerware the "maki-e" technique, as well as some oil paintings. His work as exhibited in Paris in 1929. He was a member of the "Teikoku Geijutsu-in (Imperial Art Academy)."
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