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  1. Manchukuo Empire: Enthronement Commemorative Medal

    Now that`s a darn rare and sweet price for this medal. Quos Deus perdere vult dementat prius
  2. Manchukuo Empire: Enthronement Commemorative Medal

    And this medal without ribbon was sold for190 dollars (actually pretty high price for a medal in such condition). So, as mentioned previously, this medal not realy that rare and its not really that pricey,
  3. Manchukuo Empire: Enthronement Commemorative Medal

    "Quite a high price" for a what? That is the question. For a medal that has 4 of 5 on scarcity scale? Rare manchukou medals gonna cost you thousands. By the way, what makes you think that a "fair price" for this "rarity" is 200 euros or even 300? Without the box it will be more like 200 dollars or less. For example this set of medals was sold for 300 dollars.
  4. Manchukuo Empire: Enthronement Commemorative Medal

    Nonsence For example https://www.jauce.com/auction/h302260891 http://buyee.jp/item/yahoo/auction/e264365160?lang=chs https://www.jauce.com/auction/k302696760 https://buyee.jp/item/yahoo/auction/o223156168?lang=chs Etc, etc, etc... It certainly doesn't look that rare.
  5. Japanese “collabortors” armband

    To tell you the truth I don`t see any connections with collaborators,
  6. Manchukuo Empire: Enthronement Commemorative Medal

    According to the statute this medal was awarded to those who were invited to Enthronement or performed official duties during Enthronement. Also prime minister office could award anybody at its own discretion. The exact number is not known (as per today), but at least 16 000 were issued. Quite likely the total number is much higher . It`s not very rare. It was made by japan mint. You will find its marks at the rim.
  7. Help identifying this medal

    It was issued to the member of some unidentifiable martial club for participation in Kaigeiko. These are not very rare.
  8. Help identifying this medal

    和昭四年 - 1929 寒稽古 - cold training See https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/寒稽古 and
  9. Mint mark M – timing analysis

    It was 7 years ago I bought a couple speciments with M mark in lower classes since then. I simply don`t post anything new here. That`s it.
  10. Mint mark M – timing analysis

    Let’s go back to the question of mint marks (to catch up with the beginning of our discussion you should go to http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/51243-order-of-the-sacred-treasure) and mark M in particular. Allow me to remind you that according to Dieter hypothesis mark M was created in 1929 and was in use only for a short period of time. Osaka mint used this mark as proof of identity (this issue became especially important after medal scandal). That’s why we couldn’t find mark M on all specimens from 30s and first half of 40s. And that’s why we couldn’t find this M mark on after WW II pieces.
  11. In elaboration of these threads http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/55052-japanese-officers-with-korean-awards/ http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/55062-japanese-officers-with-chinese-qing-dynasty-and-warlords-period-awards/ We`ll start with the heavyweights 40th Prime Minister of Japan Hideki Togo
  12. Taisho document case....soldier name ? Help !

    大正 三六年戰役 - Military service 3-4 years Taisho 陸軍少兵軍曹 - Imperial Army Sergeant 永健一 Kenichi Nagaya Yes.
  13. Medal for what

    No.
  14. Medal for what

    See this thread
  15. Manchukoan naval badge?

    This is naval, but not Manchukoan This is seaman's excellence badge from the japanese ministry of communications. First type that was issued between 1940 and 1943. This is how an original case for this badge looks like.
  16. Unknown Chinese medal

    No ribbon and these are not terribly valuable.
  17. Unknown Chinese medal

    Сommemorative jetton from 1936. 25th anniversary of Republic of China 中华民国 二十五年
  18. Is the First Class of Golden Kites bar?

    No, this one is for chinese order.
  19. Check out this piece. Made in high-standart gold ;)
  20. Unknown class of a Japanese ribbon

    As far as I remember he was awarded with 3rd class As for the Kleindekoration in the form of the sun - this is unofficial add-on.
  21. Take a look at this gorgeous veteran tie with pin in the form of Otsu badge.
  22. Order of the Rising Sun ?

    Original order of rising sun with doctored suspension.
  23. These three are modern fakes.
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