Nagoya,Japan-1946 US Army Occupation-Over 100 Photos #2

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 10,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

Nagoya,Japan-1946 US Army Occupation-Over 100 Photos #2
Please read the entire description.Due to the high volume of items listed weekly,we have established predetermined shipping costs for most items.These prices are firm although multiple items may be combined to save on shipping costs whenever practical.This should be taken into consideration before bidding. All items shipped to the US will be well packaged and insured. International shipments will cost an additional $2.00 and cannot be insured. I have three different lots of photographs listed this week in three separate listings. Each lot contains over 100 different photographs taken in and around Nagoya,Japan during the American occupation of Japan in 1946 and 1947. Scenes include shops,factories,bomb damage,geisha girls and geisha houses,military installations,people,landscapes,and more. Most of the pictures are in very good condition. Many have been identified on the back. Photos vary in size from approximately 2 by 2 inches to 5 by 6 inches. Selling with a low starting bid and no reserve.See my other listings for a wide variety of interesting items.Multiple purchases may be combined to save on shipping charges.Please ask all questions prior to sale's end to prevent problems later.Buyer to pay $7.00 Priority Shipping, Insurance, and Handling in the Lower 48 USA. Ohio residents must include 6.5 % Sales Tax or provide a valid Tax Exemption Number.Thanks
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