Samurai. Japan 1800.

Japanese samurai armor with helmet, breastplate and boots


Samurai, warrior armor and weapons, Japan 1800.

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Japanese samurai armor with helmet, breastplate. Front and Back view.


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Antique Japanese Samurai Swords



Nippon. Author: Philipp Franz von Siebold (1796-1866). Illustration: Kawahara Keiga. Publisher: Leo Wöhrl, Würzburg und Leipzig.
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Nippon: Volume 1 Volume 2

Japan warrior in full armor. Samurai with sword, helmet and fan

Japanese warrior

Photo: Ancient Japanese Samurai.
Photo credit: NOBUKUNI ENAMI. PHOTOGRAPHER Of the MEIJI and TAISHO ERAS. Wonderful Photo documents of old Japan.


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