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Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Teijō
(Mitsumasa) (Japanese, 1603–1673, ninth-generation Gotō master)
Date: 17th century
Medium: Copper, gold, silver, copper-gold alloy (shakudō)
Accession Number: 45.24.9, .29, .44a–c, .59a–e
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Mitsumasa
(Jujō) (Japanese,1689–1742, twelfth-generation Gotō master)
Date: early–mid-18th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold, silver
Accession Number: 45.24.12, .32, .47a–c, .62a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Inscribed by Gotō Renjō
(Mitsutomo) (Japanese, 1628–1708, tenth-generation Gotō master)
Date: 17th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold, silver
Accession Number: 45.24.10, .30a, b, .45a–c, .60a–e
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Jōshin
(Japanese, ca. 1513–1562, third-generation Gotō master)
Date: mid-16th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold
Accession Number: 45.24.3, .23a, b, .38a–c, .53a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Sōjō
(Japanese, ca. 1461–1538, second-generation Gotō master)
Date: late 15th–early 16th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold
Accession Number: 45.24.2, .22, .37a–c, .52a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Tokujō
(Japanese, 1550–1631, fifth-generation Gotō master)
Date: late 16th–early 17th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold
Accession Number: 45.24.5, .25, .40a–c, .55a–d
Panel Ornaments for Ceremonial Sword and Sheath (Udamalore)
Date: 19th–20th century
Medium: Cotton, glass beads, wood, brass, rope
Accession Number: 1993.500.1
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Tsūjō
(Japanese, Mitsunobu, 1664–1721, eleventh-generation Gotō master)
Date: late 17th–early 18th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold, silver
Accession Number: 45.24.11, .31, .46a–c, .61a–e
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Inscribed by Gotō Mitsutaka
(Enjō) (Japanese, 1722–1784, thirteenth-generation Gotō master)
Date: mid-18th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), silver, gold
Accession Number: 45.24.13, .33, .48a–c, .63a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Kōjō
(Japanese, 1529–1620, fourth-generation Gotō master)
Date: late 16th–early 17th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold
Accession Number: 45.24.4, .24, .39a–c, .54a–e
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Yūjō
(Japanese, ca. 1440–1512, first-generation Gotō master)
Date: late 15th–early 16th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold
Accession Number: 45.24.1, .21, .36a–c, .51a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Mitsuyoshi
(Shinjō) (Japanese, 1780–1843, fifteenth-generation Gotō master)
Date: early 19th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold, silver, copper
Accession Number: 45.24.15, .35, .50a, b, .65a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Mitsumori
(Keijō) (Japanese, 1741–1804, fourteenth-generation Gotō master)
Date: mid–late 18th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold, silver, copper
Accession Number: 45.24.14, .34, .49a, b, .64a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Eijō
(Japanese, 1577–1617, sixth-generation Gotō master)
Date: late 16th–early 17th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold, silver
Accession Number: 45.24.6, .26, .41a–c, .56a–e
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Kenjō
(Japanese, 1586–1663, seventh-generation Gotō master)
Date: early–mid-17th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold, silver
Accession Number: 45.24.7, .27, .42a–c, .57a–e
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Sakujō
(Japanese, 1600–1631, eighth-generation Gotō master)
Date: early 17th century
Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold, silver
Accession Number: 45.24.8, .28, .43a–c, .58a–e
Short Sword (Duan Jian)
Date: ca. 4th–1st century B.C.
Medium: Steel, bronze, gold
Accession Number: 1998.418
Congressional Presentation Sword with Scabbard of Colonel Marinus Willett (1740–1830)
C. Liger
(French, Paris, recorded 1770–93)
Date: hallmarked for 1785–86
Medium: Steel, silver, gold
Accession Number: 17.87.3a, b
Straight, Double-Edged Sword Blade (Ken)
Date: 5th century
Medium: Iron
Accession Number: 06.310.8
Blades and Mountings for a Pair of Swords (Daishō)
Long sword
(katana) blade inscribed by Sukemitsu of Bizen (Japanese, Bizen, Muromachi period, active ca. 1440)
Date: sword (katana) blade, dated 1440; short sword (wakizashi) blade, 15th century; mountings, late 18th century
Medium: Steel, wood, lacquer, copper-silver alloy (shibuichi), gold, copper, rayskin, silk
Accession Number: 36.120.417a, b, .418a–c
Triptych: The Last Judgment
Master of the Orléans Triptych
(French, active late 15th–early 16th century)
Date: ca. 1500
Medium: Painted enamels on copper, partly gilded.
Accession Number: 1975.1.1225
Boy with a Sword
Édouard Manet
(French, Paris 1832–1883 Paris)
Date: 1861
Medium: Oil on canvas
Accession Number: 89.21.2
Sickle sword
Date: ca. 1307–1275 B.C.
Medium: Bronze
Accession Number: 11.166.1
Sword and scabbard
Date: ca. 7th century A.D.
Medium: Blade: iron; scabbard and hilt: gold over wood, garnets, glass-paste; guard: gilt-bronze
Accession Number: 65.28a, b
Sword and Scabbard of Captain Richard French
Ames Manufacturing Company
(American, Chicopee, Massachusetts, 1829–1935)
Date: 1850
Medium: Gilt brass, steel
Accession Number: 2012.105a, b
Ceremonial Sword (Udamalore)
Date: 17th–19th century
Medium: Ivory, wood or coconut shell inlay
Accession Number: 1991.17.122
My Father Pledged Me a Sword
Anselm Kiefer
(German, born Donaueschingen, 1945)
Date: 1974–75
Medium: Watercolor, gouache, and ballpoint pen on paper
Accession Number: 1995.14.14
Blades and Mountings for a Pair of Swords (Daishō)
Sword
(katana) blade inscribed by Muramasa (Japanese, active 16th century)
Date: sword (katana) blade, 16th century; short sword (wakizashi) blade, late 14th–early 15th century; mountings, 16th–19th century
Medium: Steel, wood, lacquer, copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold, rayskin, silk
Accession Number: 36.120.412a, b, .413a–c
Mounting for a Short Sword (Wakizashi Goshirae)
Shibata Zeshin
(Japanese, 1807–1891)
Date: 19th century; hilt collar (fuchi), dated 1849
Medium: Wood, lacquer, copper alloy (sentoku), copper-gold alloy (shakudō), copper-silver alloy (shibuichi), iron, copper, gold, rayskin, textile or paper
Accession Number: 2011.35
Armor (Tatami Gusoku) with Sword, Sword Carrier, Dagger, and Spear
Date: 17th–18th century
Medium: Armor: iron, lacquer, silk, gilt copper; dagger: steel, shark skin, bronze, gold, lacquer; foot defenses: iron, leather; sword: steel; sword carrier: leather, silk, textile; spear: steel, wood, mother-of-pearl, lacquer, silver, bear fur
Accession Number: 14.100.538a–k; 04.4.49, .50; 36.25.1753ab
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Teijō
(Mitsumasa) (Japanese, 1603–1673, ninth-generation Gotō master)
Date: 17th century
Accession Number: 45.24.9, .29, .44a–c, .59a–e
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Mitsumasa
(Jujō) (Japanese,1689–1742, twelfth-generation Gotō master)
Date: early–mid-18th century
Accession Number: 45.24.12, .32, .47a–c, .62a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Inscribed by Gotō Renjō
(Mitsutomo) (Japanese, 1628–1708, tenth-generation Gotō master)
Date: 17th century
Accession Number: 45.24.10, .30a, b, .45a–c, .60a–e
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Jōshin
(Japanese, ca. 1513–1562, third-generation Gotō master)
Date: mid-16th century
Accession Number: 45.24.3, .23a, b, .38a–c, .53a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Sōjō
(Japanese, ca. 1461–1538, second-generation Gotō master)
Date: late 15th–early 16th century
Accession Number: 45.24.2, .22, .37a–c, .52a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Tokujō
(Japanese, 1550–1631, fifth-generation Gotō master)
Date: late 16th–early 17th century
Accession Number: 45.24.5, .25, .40a–c, .55a–d
Panel Ornaments for Ceremonial Sword and Sheath (Udamalore)
Date: 19th–20th century
Accession Number: 1993.500.1
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Tsūjō
(Japanese, Mitsunobu, 1664–1721, eleventh-generation Gotō master)
Date: late 17th–early 18th century
Accession Number: 45.24.11, .31, .46a–c, .61a–e
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Inscribed by Gotō Mitsutaka
(Enjō) (Japanese, 1722–1784, thirteenth-generation Gotō master)
Date: mid-18th century
Accession Number: 45.24.13, .33, .48a–c, .63a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Kōjō
(Japanese, 1529–1620, fourth-generation Gotō master)
Date: late 16th–early 17th century
Accession Number: 45.24.4, .24, .39a–c, .54a–e
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Yūjō
(Japanese, ca. 1440–1512, first-generation Gotō master)
Date: late 15th–early 16th century
Accession Number: 45.24.1, .21, .36a–c, .51a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Mitsuyoshi
(Shinjō) (Japanese, 1780–1843, fifteenth-generation Gotō master)
Date: early 19th century
Accession Number: 45.24.15, .35, .50a, b, .65a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Mitsumori
(Keijō) (Japanese, 1741–1804, fourteenth-generation Gotō master)
Date: mid–late 18th century
Accession Number: 45.24.14, .34, .49a, b, .64a–d
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Eijō
(Japanese, 1577–1617, sixth-generation Gotō master)
Date: late 16th–early 17th century
Accession Number: 45.24.6, .26, .41a–c, .56a–e
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Kenjō
(Japanese, 1586–1663, seventh-generation Gotō master)
Date: early–mid-17th century
Accession Number: 45.24.7, .27, .42a–c, .57a–e
Set of Sword Fittings (Mitokoromono) with Two Additional Knife Handles (Kozuka) and a Pair of Grip Ornaments (Menuki)
Gotō Sakujō
(Japanese, 1600–1631, eighth-generation Gotō master)
Date: early 17th century
Accession Number: 45.24.8, .28, .43a–c, .58a–e
Short Sword (Duan Jian)
Date: ca. 4th–1st century B.C.
Accession Number: 1998.418
Congressional Presentation Sword with Scabbard of Colonel Marinus Willett (1740–1830)
C. Liger
(French, Paris, recorded 1770–93)
Date: hallmarked for 1785–86
Accession Number: 17.87.3a, b
Straight, Double-Edged Sword Blade (Ken)
Date: 5th century
Accession Number: 06.310.8
Blades and Mountings for a Pair of Swords (Daishō)
Long sword
(katana) blade inscribed by Sukemitsu of Bizen (Japanese, Bizen, Muromachi period, active ca. 1440)
Date: sword (katana) blade, dated 1440; short sword (wakizashi) blade, 15th century; mountings, late 18th century
Accession Number: 36.120.417a, b, .418a–c
Triptych: The Last Judgment
Master of the Orléans Triptych
(French, active late 15th–early 16th century)
Date: ca. 1500
Accession Number: 1975.1.1225
Boy with a Sword
Édouard Manet
(French, Paris 1832–1883 Paris)
Date: 1861
Accession Number: 89.21.2
Sickle sword
Date: ca. 1307–1275 B.C.
Accession Number: 11.166.1
Sword and scabbard
Date: ca. 7th century A.D.
Accession Number: 65.28a, b
Sword and Scabbard of Captain Richard French
Ames Manufacturing Company
(American, Chicopee, Massachusetts, 1829–1935)
Date: 1850
Accession Number: 2012.105a, b
Ceremonial Sword (Udamalore)
Date: 17th–19th century
Accession Number: 1991.17.122
My Father Pledged Me a Sword
Anselm Kiefer
(German, born Donaueschingen, 1945)
Date: 1974–75
Accession Number: 1995.14.14
Blades and Mountings for a Pair of Swords (Daishō)
Sword
(katana) blade inscribed by Muramasa (Japanese, active 16th century)
Date: sword (katana) blade, 16th century; short sword (wakizashi) blade, late 14th–early 15th century; mountings, 16th–19th century
Accession Number: 36.120.412a, b, .413a–c
Mounting for a Short Sword (Wakizashi Goshirae)
Shibata Zeshin
(Japanese, 1807–1891)
Date: 19th century; hilt collar (fuchi), dated 1849
Accession Number: 2011.35
Armor (Tatami Gusoku) with Sword, Sword Carrier, Dagger, and Spear
Date: 17th–18th century
Accession Number: 14.100.538a–k; 04.4.49, .50; 36.25.1753ab
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