The ones listed on the barrel. Stay away from steel shot.
YOu must provide the serial number.
Several, the auto5, B2000, B80 and others
No.. it's the other way around.
Antique figurines marked with Japan or Occupied Japan can be looked at by an antique appraiser to determine the age. The most collected figurines from Japan are from the 1930s and 1940s.
Hi,...Marks on export porcelain: In 1891 the McKinley Tariff Act was instated, requiring items imported into the United States to be marked in English with the country of origin. The name "Nippon" was chosen for items coming from Japan. (Nippon is the Japanese name for Japan.) In 1921, the official country of origin name requirement was changed to "Japan", thus creating a defined time period 1891-1921 in which wares were marked Nippon. Previous to 1891, items were either not marked at all, or marked with Japanese characters. During the period 1921-1941 porcelain should be marked "Japan" and roughly after 1941, marked "Made in Japan", though numerous exceptions appears to occurs. Pieces marked with JAPAN or MADE IN JAPAN in plain text without any company marks, in general date to the period immediately after the second WW. Some come with the addition of OCCUPIED JAPAN.
plastic spoon marked Japan, will have no much value, but as long as you appreciate it, it will be the highest value.
Because it was a tradition back in acicient Japan, so divers fish and shells were tattoos for the tradition and if men didn't have one 'to the ecucution room'!
Yes. Boycott Japan until they stop slaughtering dolphins shamelessly.
The Bakufu, or the Shogunate.
Made in 1985. Value depends on what someone is willing to pay. Check closed on line auctions to see what they are selling for.
The surrender of Germany and Japan.
Small victoian figures
Kara Special Premium Box for Japan was created on 2010-04-28.
It marked the first major victory of Imperial Japan against an industrial power and also showed the weakening strength of the Russian Empire. This marked Japan entrance into the role of a major world power
Some special customs in Japan are their eyes, the way they wear their hair and how far they walk each day!
chrisrmas special of japan episode 357
Yes like Sushi.
they are all the the same.
It blew up japan
Here are the why and how, also the the time, an excerpt and the site:The case of Nippon or Japanese Porcelain marks is a bit more peculiar. The word "NIPPON" is the official name of the country of Japan and Japanese makers and trading companies initially marked their porcelain with the name Nippon. However, in 1921, the US Congress requested that Japanese Customs Authorities change the name to JAPAN. Therefore, Porcelain and China antiques that are marked "NIPPON" were made prior to 1921 and items that are marked "JAPAN" were made after 1921. Furthermore, most Porcelain and Chinaware imports from Japan were rarely marked with the actual manufacturer's mark.* http://www.marks4antiques.com/Identify-Porcelain-Antiques.htm
Origami is so special to Japan is because it originates from Japan when they first became a civilization. It correlates with their one of their primary religion, Shinto. Shinto is the belief of nature and that everything in nature has their own soul.
It will be marked on the barrel or receiver. Most likely Japan or Portugal.