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Japan ART Old Postcard Fukushima Masanori Samurai Sword 福島正則 三玄搶槊 太平奸賊 亂世英雄 大千一握Vintage Old Japanese Colour Art Artist Drawn Hand Tinted postcard, Japan, Fukushima Masanori. From the Collection of The Historio-graphical Institute, Imp. Univ. Tokyo. Imperial University. Samurai Sword. 福島正則 東京谷森真男氏所藏 東京帝國大學史料編簒掛蒐集
三玄搶槊 太平奸賊 亂世英雄 大千一握 福嶋正則公肖像 雄嚴叟拜書.
Publisher: Ono-Banzaikan Ginza Tokyo Japan
Faults: Creases at top corners
Background: Fukushima Masanori (福島 正則, 1561 – 1624) was a Japanese daimyō of the late Sengoku period to early Edo period who served as lord of the Hiroshima Domain. A retainer of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, he fought in the battle of Shizugatake in 1583, and soon became known as one of Seven Spears of Shizugatake which also included Katō Kiyomasa and others.
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