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Some Japanese items

Article about: Here are some items from my WW2 Japanese collection. This includes a standard army helmet with shrapnel damage, bayonet, map case, rising sun purse with Shinto talismans, personal effects ba

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    Yes, nice items, we dont see alot of Japenese items on here, or thats perhaps just my perspective

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    Great display Doug as per usual to go with all your other fantastic displaysyour home must be the size of a museumthanks for showing such a top looking selection of imperial gear....jake.

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    OUTSTANDING Doug
    Very nice collection!!!!!
    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    Very nice items Doug.
    Thanks for sharing.

    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Thats a nice lot! The helmet is my favorite. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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    Very nice collection.

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    Great collection of Japanese militaria! Any chance you can show close ups of each item, specifically the equipment and the rest of the headgear?

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    I Like the little pocket Buddha! First one of it's type that I've seen! The Allies in WWI(and somewhat in WWII as well) used to carry tiny religious statues, but I've never seen a Japanese example before! Very interesting, for sure!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Some other pictures as requested. Also shown are winter and summer tunics, with summer tunic marking (I think for 1943 if I remember correctly). The inside of the peaked cap I think is marked 1941. Also shown are map cases, water bottles and mess tin, and cold weather cap.

    The star on the cold weather cap is a replacement, as is the stopper for the right hand water bottle.
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    Thanks Doug,
    The tunics look great, I've been thinking the last week or so to start collecting Japanese items, I think this thread has further fueled my desire.

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