click for more images
Imperial Japanese Army soft cap most probably Non-Commissioned Officers, in original used condition, nice piece of History. De-badge after the War, made of wool lined with silk and leather, leather chin strap and plain buttons.
if you want a badge i have a few available just let me know.
Imperial Japanese Army Officers Soft Cap in used original condition, de-badged in Japan after the War.
Made in high grade cotton and wool with silk liner and leather , leather chin strap all original.
If you require a badge i various originals in stock, just get in contact for pics etc.
Imperial Japanese Army Non-Commissioned Officer and Enlisted Mans Combat soft cap, no liner (removed) and replacement chin strap.
In great condition for age.
Buttons, hat straps and fixing pins, Army, Navy and school college badges and various clothing fixing, Rank pins accessories.
please get in contact to see if i have what your looking for that missing button or clasp etc.
If I don't have it I might be able to source it for you, renewing and buying from JAPAN regularly.
See examples in pics
Japanese Samurai style small arm Banners, hand made hagire from old cotton cloth also known as UBU-NO-BORI.
Nice small display piece - 14 cm wide by 47 cm
Japanese Samurai style Arm Banner width 14cm length 60 cm, also known as UBU-NO-BORI hand made Hagire old cotton cloth.
Nice display piece.
Small Samurai shoulder banner - 14cm by 50cm hand made Hagire old cotton cloth, also known as UBU-NO BORI. Nice display piece
Japanese Wall Flag set, consists of a wall mount, long screw together wood pole, wooden end ball and meat ball Flag. Good large size, pole complete is almost 2 meters. Cool display piece probably post war 1950s 60s.
Imperial Japanese Army Sword cleaning kit, sword Maintenance tool made in 1945.
Consist of natural cotton ball, natural cleaning paper and a Powder Ball (Uchiko).
This is a rare issue cleaning kit from the WW2
The Kamikazes by Edwin P. Hoyt - Hard back version of the book, Insight in to the story of the Kamikazes of 1944 to VJ Day.
website designed and maintained by Concept500