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by Florence Archambault

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ISBN:
0764311336
Author:
Florence Archambault
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Language:
English
Publisher:
Schiffer Publishing (April 19, 2000)
Pages:
160 pages
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Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). The book also states that a few unmarked items did slip through but these items have less value without an Occupied Japan Mark. This book shows the prices on the same page as the item and states "The purpose of this book is not to set firm prices but to serve as a guide.

Occupied Japan for Collectors: 1945-1952. Florence Archambault. This new book presents hundreds of items never published before and over 200 different manufacturers’ markings on Occupied Japan collectibles. Occupied Japan for the Home. Many are ceramics–especially detailed figurines and dinnerware sets–as well as baskets, books, tools, lacquerware, clothing, toys, dolls, and much more. Finer pieces, along with more unusual items, are illustrated in 533 color photos taken specifically for this book. Value ranges with the captions reflect the current market.

Objects marked "Made in Occupied Japan" were made from February 1947 until April 1952 in Japan for export to America. They are easy to date and identify. This new book presents hundreds of items never published before and over 200 different manufacturers' markings on Occupied Japan collectibles. Many are ceramics-especially detailed figurines and dinnerware sets-as well Objects marked "Made in Occupied Japan" were made from February 1947 until April 1952 in Japan for export to America.

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Occupied Japan for the Home (Schiffer Book for Collectors) by Archambault, F. Book, COLLECTOR'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF OCCUPIED JAPAN COLLECTIBLES, 1st by FLORENCE.

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Welcome to Occupied Japan Collectors. Occupied Japan Collectors. January 4 at 6:45 AM ·. For the bull dog lovers, here's a cutie. He's 5" tall and green marked Occupied Japan with the T in a circle which is the one found on many of the animal group.

References 1. Occupied Japan for Collectors, Florence Archambault, Schiffer Publishing, 1992. 3. Occupied Japan Collectibles Identification and Value Guide, Gene Florence, Collector Books, 2001. 2. Collecting Occupied Japan with Values, Lynette Parmer, Schiffer Publishing, 1996. 4. Occupied Japan For the Home, Florence Archambault, Schiffer Publishing, 2000. 5. Toys From Occupied Japan, Anthony R. Marsella, Schiffer Publishing, 1995. 6. The Complete Collector’s Guide and Illustrated Reference, Robert L. Hummel Miller, Portfolio Press, 1979.

Автор: Florence Archambault Название: Occupied Japan for Collectors ISBN: 0887403786 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780887403781 Издательство: Schiffer Рейтинг . A price guide makes this a complete book for collectors.

Описание: During the occupation of Japan between 1945 and 1952, a world market for small and inexpensive goods was correctly identified as a starting point for rebuilding the Japanese economy. Автор: Monica Lynn Clements Название: Pocket Guide to Occupied Japan ISBN: 0764307282 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780764307287 Издательство: Schiffer Рейтинг

by. Florence, Gene, 1944-.

Top. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. by. Allied Occupation of Japan (1945-1952), Decorative arts - Japan - Catalogs, Collectibles, Decorative arts, Japan - History - Allied occupation, 1945-1952 - Collectibles - Catalogs, Japan. Paducah, KY : Collector Books. inlibrary; printdisabled;.

Objects marked "Made in Occupied Japan" were made from February 1947 until April 1952 in Japan for export to America. They are easy to date and identify. This new book presents hundreds of items never published before and over 200 different manufacturers' markings on Occupied Japan collectibles. Many are ceramics--especially detailed figurines and dinnerware sets--as well as baskets, books, tools, lacquerware, clothing, toys, dolls, and much more. Finer pieces, along with more unusual items, are illustrated in 533 color photos taken specifically for this book. Value ranges with the captions reflect the current market.