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eMedals-Japan, Empire. An Army Type 98 Captain's Collar Tab Pair in Their Box of Issue

Item: M0014-85

Japan, Empire. An Army Type 98 Captain's Collar Tab Pair in Their Box of Issue

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Japan, Empire. An Army Type 98 Captain's Collar Tab Pair in Their Box of Issue

The upper with three silver stars affixed to a central row in fine gold-coloured bullion wire, flanked by a row of angled rolled bullion wire on either side, on a red wool base, stiff-framed, thatched olive green fabric backer, measuring 45 mm (w) x 19.5 mm (h) each, scattered interruptions in the gold-coloured bullion wire on both, near extremely fine. In their cardboard box of issue, stamped on the lid, the base designed with a divider down the middle to house the tabs, edge wear and light soiling on the exterior, box very fine.
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