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Antique Edo period samurai sasaho yari (leaf shaped blade).  http://www.samuraiantiqueworld.com/

Antique Edo period samurai sasaho yari (leaf shaped blade). http://www.samuraiantiqueworld.com/

Katakama Yari: Mumei(unsigned) | Japanese Sword Shop Aoi-Art.

Katakama Yari: Mumei(unsigned) | Japanese Sword Shop Aoi-Art.

Antique ararebo, a small Japanese mace similar to the kanabo.  9.10 oz (283.04 grams) and 14 inches (35.56 cm) long.

Antique ararebo, a small Japanese mace similar to the kanabo. 9.10 oz (283.04 grams) and 14 inches (35.56 cm) long.

Tessen fan.

Tessen fan.

Antique Okinawan sai, brought back from Japan by a U.S. service man after WWII.

Antique Okinawan sai, brought back from Japan by a U.S. service man after WWII.

Indian (south) heavy spear / lance heads (sang), one marked with numeric armoury marking in the South Indian dialect ‘Kannada’ “3 79″ (the same language used in the Mysore armoury). 17th or 18th century or earlier, both are much bigger and heavier then most Indian spear heads seen, with leaf shaped blades, thick central spines, and swollen tips – made for real use. Faux Damascus pattern etched on the larger spear.

Indian (south) heavy spear / lance heads (sang), one marked with numeric armoury marking in the South Indian dialect ‘Kannada’ “3 79″ (the same language used in the Mysore armoury). 17th or 18th century or earlier, both are much bigger and heavier then most Indian spear heads seen, with leaf shaped blades, thick central spines, and swollen tips – made for real use. Faux Damascus pattern etched on the larger spear.

Jumonji yari.

Jumonji yari.

Samurai holding a naginata and wearing a hachi gane (forehead protector) and kusari katabira (chain armor jacket).

Samurai holding a naginata and wearing a hachi gane (forehead protector) and kusari katabira (chain armor jacket).

SASAHO YARI, bamboo leaf shaped yari.

SASAHO YARI, bamboo leaf shaped yari.

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