ukebori not removed, the iron oharaidate with hirame, probably Myochin, 18th/19th century; the do with indigo and white lacing in ishidatame (check pattern) style, with shinogote, the tekko with copper-gilt meyuimon, kosode in ishidatame pattern, the kusazuri trimmed with black fur, with kawara-haidate and bishamon-suneate, with gilt kuwagata and combined maedate" /> A FINE <I>KON-ITO-SHIRA ODOSHI DOMARU</I>, comprising a <I>kabuto</I> with a sixtytwo-plate russet-iron <I>sujibachi</I> with iron <I>mabizashi</I>, with a gilt five-stage <I>tehen kanamono</I>, the bottom stage of <I>yukimochi</I> form engraved with <I>kiku</I>, with five-lame <I>kebiki-</I>laced <I>shikoro</I>, the black-lacquered <I>fukigaeshi</I> bearing copper-gilt <I>meyuimon</I> ("eye-tied" badges), the <I>ukebori</I> not removed, the iron <I>oharaidate</I> with <I>hirame</I>, probably Myochin, 18th/19th century; the <I>do</I> with indigo and white lacing in <I>ishidatame</I> (check pattern) style, with <I>shinogote</I>, the <I>tekko</I> with copper-gilt <I>meyuimon, kosode in <I>ishidatame</I> pattern, the <I>kusazuri</I> trimmed with black fur, with <I>kawara-haidate</I> and <I>bishamon-suneate</I>, with gilt <I>kuwagata</I> and combined <I>maedate</I> | Christie's