How to Identify Occupied Japan Markings
After its defeat in World War II, Japan was occupied by U.S. forces. Ceramics made between 1945 and 1952, when occupation ended, was typically stamped "Occupied Japan" or "Made in Occupied Japan," possibly to reassure U.S. buyers that some of the money...
Marks was also applied for different reasons that on the Chinese porcelain. .....
This marks also occur with the addition of "Occupied Japan", while we can ...
Oct 26, 1997 ... Q -- I recently found a pair of figural lamps in my basement. One consists of a
peasant girl and the other a peasant boy. The girl appears to be ...
If fingernail polish removes the Occupied Japan mark, the piece is fake ... Bisque
pieces are most highly prized and much harder to identify for authenticity.
For serious Occupied Japan collectors, it is items with these two marks for which
... I've tried to show the cups and saucers in various angles to better identify the ...
Q: I would like to know the order of marks on items made in Japan. Which is
oldest, “Nippon,” “Made in Occupied Japan,” “Made in Japan” or just “Japan”?
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How to Identify Occupied Japan Markings. After its defeat in World War II, ...
Jun 22, 1997 ... Celluloid or tin mechanical toys made in Occupied Japan and the playful boxes ...
president of the Occupied Japan Club: items that are easy to identify and that ...
marked, but are packed with other items in a box with the mark.
Let's share the knowledge and joy of Occupied Japan marked items and its
history. Please .... Made in Occupied Japan the piece has the SGK (basket mark).