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JapanX, December 9, 2011 in Japan
And now another comparison.
One piece from previous compilation and a newcomer.
A newcomer has polished reverse, but I don’t know if it is marked M.
Well, our today’s finds could mean only one thing – the glassier, transparent blue enamel couldn’t be the exclusive feature of “late” pillars. That is if mint history books give us accurate information about Manchukuo Mint manufacturing activities and/or only “lower classes” manufacturing activity of Manchukuo Mint. And if their information is correct, then we didn’t saw true late-Manchukuo-made pillars. Do they actually exist?
That’s what I call top-class MyStErY…
To be continued …
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