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Japanese Edo period kusari gama, iron blade, red lacquered shaft, forged iron chain, cast iron weight. Chain length 195 cm, 11 cm blade, weight 2.35 kg.

Japanese Edo period kusari gama, iron blade, red lacquered shaft, forged iron chain, cast iron weight. Chain length 195 cm, 11 cm blade, weight 2.35 kg.

Japanese Edo period kusari gama, iron blade, red lacquered shaft, forged iron chain, cast iron weight. Chain length 195 cm, 11 cm blade, weight 2.35 kg.

Colorado Avalanche Official NHL Nassau Golf Stand Bag by Team Golf 136275

Indo-Persian spiked flail. 24" iron handle with 12" iron link chain with a heavy spiked head at end of a wooden shaft, 36" overall length.

iron handle with iron link chain with a heavy spiked head at end of a wooden shaft, overall length.

Sword porn by Andre Andersson - Album on Imgur

Sword porn by Andre Andersson

The Vigrid by Andre Andersson Blade bar mosaic damascus. Steels:Uddeholm and Handle:Ebony, damascus steel and 925 etched silver.

Japanese Samurai #48 Kusarigama Ninja Iron Sickle Blade Chain Martial Art Weapon

Japanese Samurai #48 Kusarigama Ninja Iron Sickle Blade Chain Martial Art Weapon

Blade e de montagem para uma espada Slung (Tachi). Dimensões: L. . 42 in (106,7 centímetros); L. de lâmina 28 1/2 pol. (72,4 cm)

※w e a p o n※ ♦dAǸ†㉫♦Blade and Mounting for a Slung Sword (Tachi) Blade attributed to Norimitsu (Japanese, active ca.

Japanese "kanabo" or "tetsubo", Edo period, signed and dated (1863), 164.6cm/64.8in, 2.2kg/4.85lb.

Japanese "kanabo" or "tetsubo", Edo period, signed and dated

Samurai holding a yumi (bow) and wearing a yugote (shooting sleeves) over his left arm.  Hand-colored photo, about 1870’s or 1880̵...

Danjuro (one of the most famous actors of century Japan), is dressed in samurai attire, with a bow, quiver of arrows, and wide brimmed hat.

Japanese Edo period nanban or namban hachi-wari (Japanese war hammer/pick), nanban refers to an object that is based on a foreign design such as European influenced.

Japanese Edo period nanban or namban hachi-wari (Japanese war hammer/pick), nanban refers to an object that is based on a foreign design such as European influenced.

"Kabayama Hisataka" 樺山 権左衛門 久高?, (1560 – 1634) Was a Japanese samurai of the early Edo period. He was a retainer, senior advisor (karō), and senior deputy commander in the service of the Shimazu clan

, – Was a Japanese samurai of the early Edo period. He was a retainer, senior advisor (karō), and senior deputy commander in the service of the Shimazu clan

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