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    Posted 11 years ago

    DawnAndra
    (2 items)

    I love these knicks knacks that came out of my grandmother's home when she passed. But what really caught my eye was the STAMP on the bottom of the knick knacks..."Made in Occupied Japan".
    Can anyone tell me how old these items are and if they are worth anything? Thanks!

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    1. tikiray tikiray, 11 years ago
      The "occupied" part refers to the first occupation of Japan by foreign forces. After WWII that was the US, the UK and several other allied forces. This means your piece was made during that time.
    2. DawnAndra, 11 years ago
      thank you tikiray! that was very enlightening. do you know if the pieces could be worth anything?
    3. tikiray tikiray, 11 years ago
      I haven't a clue in the world. Sorry! lol

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