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  • Japan, Empire. Three Awards
  • Japan, Empire. Three Awards
  • Japan, Empire. Three Awards
  • Japan, Empire. Three Awards
  • Japan, Empire. Three Awards
  • Japan, Empire. Three Awards
  • Japan, Empire. Three Awards
  • Japan, Empire. Three Awards
  • Japan, Empire. Three Awards
  • Japan, Empire. Three Awards

Item: W5439

Japan, Empire. Three Awards

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Japan, Empire. Three Awards

Great Japan Sericulture Association 5th Class Merit Badge (two-piece construction, in sterling silver with red, white and blue enamels, hallmarked on the reverse, measuring 40.3 mm (w) x 49 mm (h) inclusive of its laterally-pierced ball suspension, suspended from a silk worm hanger with pinback, in its hardshelled case of issue, balsa wood frame, black lacquer finish, maker marked "J. ANDO Cloisonne Ware TOYKO, NAGOYA JAPAN" on the inside lid, recessed medal bed, exhibiting wear in the fabric overlaying the hinged area); Imperial Sericulture Association Special Member's Badge (in bronze gilt, measuring 22.7 mm (w) x 29.8 mm (h) inclusive of its integral suspension, suspended from a silk worm hanger with pinback, in its balsa wood box of issue, recessed medal bed); and Unidentified Badge (in silver with red and light blue enamels, measuring 19.3 mm in diameter, horizontal pinback, in its hardshelled case of issue, recessed medal bed, "J. ANDO Cloisonne Ware TOYKO, NAGOYA JAPAN" maker's label affixed to the bottom). Extremely fine.
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