Discussion in 'Other Militaria' started by Otto, Jan 1, 2020.
Yes please if you can
Will do it then. Rich A. in Pa.
Pics. I do not think the officer hat is the one I just got. Rich A. in Pa.
The correct hat. Rich A. in Pa.
Great items. Thank you for the great pictures
Got this Japanese stuff. Type-4 grenades,Navy Officers hat,bag,papers,tray,gloves. Rich A. in Pa.
Got this stuff. Japanese Type-4 grenades,underwear bottoms,Off To War banners,Off to war flags,armband,pack,plaque of Admiral Togo. Rich A. in Pa.
This stuff also. Rich A. in Pa.
Those sake cups are always beautiful pieces
Thanks. They are nice and cheap at $5 each. All but 1 cup is translated if you want to know more. Rich A. in Pa.
Hey Guys I am new to the forum. Can someone tell me how to create a new post? Besides real cool that you have these replicas but i have an actual usable [STRICTLY OUT OF KIDS HANDS] hand grenade. My dad bought this from an exhibit, cost him a fortune and had to get a licence to own it
can someone identify this for me?
This is the only existing photo i have of it, the nades with mah dad who sold it to a friend. I signed up cause i am interested in tanks and stuff but thought is would be cool to show this out!
I am surprised how cheap they are. I never saw one in green before. Was that more than the other ones? Absolutely be interested in knowing the translations.
That looks like a Mills bomb.
No. It was the same price.
Large tray-24th.Calvary Kanazawa Celebration.Small Tray-Commemoration of Winning the War. Saki Warmer- Royal Palace in Tokyo,Transportation Corp,10th. Battalion,Discharge Commemoration,Soldier name-HARA,painted by Hiroyama
3 biplane cups-6th.Battalion,Discharge Commemoration,soldiers name- Terada Kiyoshi.
Green Cup- Above star 10th. Infantry,Manchurian Incident, Victorious Return Commemoration.
The white one was not translated. Rich A. in Pa.
Got this stuff. 1960's? photo of the Emperor and his wife,photos of Navy personal,books,civil helmet,Type-4 grenades and fragments. Rich A. in Pa.
Thanks. Some have kanja on the back. These were taken from a album and have black paper on the back. Rich A. in Pa.
Pictured here is 2nd Lieut. George C. Haniotis. He was a pilot flying p38s in the Pacific. He also was the wingman of future MOH Dick Bong. On 11/5/43, while escorting B-24s over Rabul, Haniotis and Bong tangled with a group of Zeroes. When Flight Leader Captain Dick Bong returned to the group, Haniotis did not. On ensuing rescue missions there were sightings of a pilot in a raft but 2nd Lt. Haniotis was never found. He was eventually marked as KIA in 1945. This is just a small part of the grouping which eventually will be put on WW2.org
Should be a great group. Rich A. in Pa.
Just got these yesterday and I cant stop looking at them. Obviously they are deadly pieces of war but if you did not know any better they could almost pass for pieces of art. A big thank you to Rich for helping me with these. I think they look great with my small Japanese display