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Lot 0024
  • Date: 1958
  • Materials: copper
  • Size: 28 cm
  • Japanese

    Beautiful Antique Japanese Komai. Gorgeous of detail made of copper inlaid with silver It represents the famous Hiroshima castle that was built in 1590 The castle was destroyed by the bomb in WWII. In 1958 it was restored in ancient glory. This is a special record made by Kazarisara (signature) Size around 28 cm weight 465 grams Comes in original wooden box

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  • Condition

    very good

    Starting Bid

    $1.00

    Buyer's Premium

    • 15%

    Vintage Japanese Copper Inlaid Komai of Castle

    Auction ended on Wed, Jan 31, 2018
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    Estimate $220 - $250
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