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    I don’t want to join this or anything. I was actually nonchalantly going through a few of my grandfather’s things to document some prices so my kids won’t throw away anything that may have some value after I’m gone. He had a lot of items he left to me after his death … but my mother kept until after her death. Much I didn’t receive from my siblings. More than that, weren’t given the care they should have been given. I was surprised to come across this site with 3 plates I’ve come across. Surely 1 has been broken and another is permanently damaged. I don’t find the markings nor anything like them in the gallery. I don’t know if someone is interested in contacting me to see if these are actually legit. Thank you. I’m not looking to sell, if it is. Just very curious. My grandfather always had his hand in something … so I’m beyond curious. And he definitely wanted me to have his hutch of collections.

    • Ken Steadman
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      Hello Veronica
      I am not sure if you have had reply to your query. I will start with introduction, I am Ken Steadman Membership Chair of INCC. I apologize for the delay in response but as I am sure you are aware the dictates of life demand much. Thank you for your interest in finding our site and thank you for reaching out. The world of Nippon porcelain is so diverse, and there were so many companies producing and exporting it from Japan so it may be you could not find a similar mark in the Backstamp pages posted on our site. If you would like to send a picture I would be happy to share any knowledge that I could. I can be reached by text message on 657-852-2643 or email:
      I end with a thank you and best of wishes in your researching of a family treasure. Kind Regards Ken Steadman – INCC Membership Chair

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