Collectibles from 1950  to 2000
All Items : Occupied Japan : Pre 1950 item #680501 (stock #M-7443)
Everyday Things
$59.00
Whimsical figural vase marked as "Occupied Japan." It is approximately 4 3/4 inches in height. No chips, cracks, breaks, rough edges or repairs. Additional photos by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
All Items : Occupied Japan : Pre 1960 item #822568 (stock #M-8793)
Everyday Things
$39.00
Peacock and rose design opera glasses marked 4X Occupied Japan. There is age related darkening to the metal, loss of the black finish around the lens and one dent around one lens. Complete condition photos by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
All Items : Occupied Japan : Pre 1950 item #413329 (stock #M-4475)
Everyday Things
$69.00
The bowl is 10" and as you can see from the backstamp is occupied Japan. There are no chips, cracks or breaks. There are some manufacturing flaws as all of this pattern had. As far as I can tell, there is no damage to the finish other than the afore mentioned manufacturing flaws. I will be glad to take photos of any specific area for interested parties. Please email any questions. I need a zip for postage calculations. Insurance is a must for this bowl.
All Items : Occupied Japan : Pre 1960 item #477812 (stock #M-4549)
Everyday Things
$21.00
Demi cup marked made in occupied Japan. Pay close attention to the photo to see what appears to be misses in the paint. It does not appear to be damage. There is some minor paint wear. No chips, cracks or breaks. I will be happy to provide additional photos. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
All Items : Occupied Japan : Pre 1960 item #477811 (stock #M-5448)
Everyday Things
$16.00
Demi size of 4 1/2 inches across. Stamped made in occupied Japan. No chips, cracks or breaks, but minor paint loss. I will be happy to provide additional photos. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
 
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