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    Posted 8 years ago

    Snavecram
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    I got this ashtray from an old Japanses lady that lived in Hiroshima. I don't know the meaning of the symbols. It is brass.

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    1. Snavecram, 8 years ago
      Can anyone help me figure out the symbols/characters meaning?
    2. Snavecram, 8 years ago
      Pat, the lady I got it from lived in Hiroshima, Japan. I think it is Japanese

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