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Japanese flying goggles ?

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    These also came in with the flag and items found on the Fea market would they be Japanese issue ?
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    The writing says Sergeant Uchikawa in post war style writing.

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    Thank you Nick that helps

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    From what I understand there were many different types of Japanese goggles so it can be a little confusing because there are so many versions.Here is a set of the type of pilots goggles more often seen. Regards,Geoff
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    Another view.
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    Very nice photography, Kradman and Geoff!
    MichaelB

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