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"Toby Mug" from "Occupied Japan"

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    Posted 10 years ago

    bahamaboy
    (224 items)

    Just another piece from the collection I have the most examples in. That is, except for my coin collection. The several hundred "occupied Japan" pieces that I have mean that I can't remember where each and every one came from or when I bought it. This I vaguely remember getting at an antique store in my many trips to St. Augustine Florida. Being our nations "oldest city" relates to there being many objects from many countries and from time frames going all the way back to 1565 and up to present day. Toby mugs are highly collectible but I only own this one.

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    1. cis2you cis2you, 10 years ago
      and I have one that is identical which was my grandmothers. I recently gave it to one of my daughters for a keepsake from her great grandmother.
    2. bahamaboy bahamaboy, 10 years ago
      Very cool. Thanks for the comment and thanks for taking a peek.

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