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Two exellent photos!

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According to the seller back inscription translated as

"Corporal Suzuki, He arranged Toki corps, but battle ended"

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Hi Tod,

long time no hear! :)

These two photos were recently sold on eBay.

I will send you originals in a couple of days.

Cheers,

Nick

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OK. Would be great. Not often one sees the badges actually being worn.

Cheers and sorry for being too busy!

Happy to see the updates.

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I think it will be interesting to examine badges descriptions from famous 2nd volume of Nakata catalogue.

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