A Set of Wakyu(Japanese Bow), Arrows and Quiver: Mumei

A Set of Wakyu(Japanese Bow), Arrows and Quiver: Mumei

Wakyu(Japanese bow): Mei (signature) : mumei(Unsigned) Jidai(Era): Edo Period Special feature: It is Japanese bow that is categorized as Chokyu(long bow). It is a set of arrows and Utsuho(quiver). The Utsuho has Hikiryo Mon(crest with double line in a circle) painted in gold. AOI estimation paper In Kiri box. Price : 100,000 JPY

A set of jutte and baton

A set of jutte and baton

A set of jutte and baton. Mei(signature) : Mumei Jutte Length : 44.5 cm (17.51 inches) Baton Length : 30.7 cm (12.08 inches) Jidai : Edo period. Special feature : On the iron Jutte. Jutte is a specialized weapon. It was used by law enforcement officers (called Okappiki or Doshin) during Edo period Japan. The yarn is wound…

Hinawa Ju : Kosyu kunitomo…(following part is unknown)/Suruga Ken

Hinawa Ju : Kosyu kunitomo…(following part is unknown)/Suruga Ken

Hinawa Ju (Matchlock gun / Arquebus) Mei (Signature) : Kosyu kunitomo…(following part is unknown) Tsuruga Ken(Fukui prefecture) Maximum length : 139.0 cm or 54.72 inches length of barrel : 101.5 cm or 39.96 inches Koukei (Caliber) : 1.3 cm or 0.51 inches. Era : Edo period. Special feature : Kosyu kunitomo was working at Shiga Nagahama…

Jutte: Mumei

Jutte: Mumei

Jutte : Mei(signature) : Mumei Length : about 30.8 cm or 12.1 inches Jidai : Edo period. Special feature : This Jutte is made from iron. Tsuka seems to be wrapped by leather and Kashira parts are made from brass. Jutte was used by law enforcement officers (called Okappiki or Doshin) during Edo period. This…