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27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese

27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese

27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese. Nice lot of original press photos from early 1932, shortly after the Japanese began their brutal occupation of China. Most of them have the original paper captions- Many of the captions are torn off but theyre still present. A bunch of them show two images on one photo. One smaller photo has a bit of paper from another caption stuck to it but this could probably be removed. The very bottom photo might not be from China but it was with these when I got them. There are 8 photos at the bottom which are pasted on both sides of sheets of paper. Some photos are excellent others do have some wear/ missing corners. Really nice lot of ORIGINAL 1932 photos of one of the dark periods in China’s history. Most of them are 8X10 Includes some extra paper captions but I dont think any of the photos they belong with are here.
27 Press Photos 1932 China Shanghai Chapei Pre-WWII Occupation by Japanese


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US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s

US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s

US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
Estate sale find, vintage original US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Officers photo, circa 1920s. Photo is embossed in lower right corner with A. Fong Chefoo, North China. USS Rizal (DD–174) was a Wickes-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for José Rizal, a Filipino patriot, and the National Hero of the Philippines. Joining the Pacific Fleet upon commissioning, Rizal cruised along the United States west coast into 1920 on exercises and training duty. Subsequently modified for service as a light minelayer, she was classified DM-14 on 17 July 1920. Rizal departed San Diego on 25 March 1920 for the Far East. With Filipinos constituting the majority of her crew, Rizal remained on the Asiatic Station for ten years. She spent long months anchored in Chinese ports during the spring, summer, and autumn months. Her most frequent ports of call were Shanghai, Chefoo, Chinwangtao, and Hong Kong. Rizal cruised eastward to Apra Harbor, Guam, during November 1928, and visited Yokohama, Japan, from 11 to 20 April 1929. Rizal spent each winter generally from November through March, anchored in Manila Bay. She was docked annually at Olongapo and upon resuming active service each spring operated in Philippine waters. Ordered home late in 1930, Rizal departed Manila on 11 December 1930 for Guam, Honolulu, and San Diego. She decommissioned on 20 August 1931 at San Diego and was towed northward to Mare Island on 31 August 1931 by the minesweeper USS Tern to be placed in reserve. PLEASE SEE DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS – The item appears to be in overall Fair to Good Minus used condition, signs of wear, creases, fading, tears, chipping, sunning and age toning, soiling, stains, writing, no odors, please see images.
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s

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Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter

Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter
Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter
Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter
Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter
Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter
Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter
Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter
Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter
Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter
Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter
Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter

Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter
This vintage 1930s Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police Syracuse China serving platter is a unique collectible for militaria enthusiasts. Made in the United States, this original piece is perfect for display or serving. The platter features the emblem of the 211th Military Police on the edge, and the units motto Monstrat Viam – “It Points the Way” surrounded by a star in the middle, adding to its historical value. Whether you’re a collector or just appreciate the history of military police, this china platter is a must-have addition to any collection. It’s in great shape and has been well preserved over the years. Add it to your collection today! The platter measures approximately 15.25 inches long x 10.5 inches wide. It is marked OPCO Syracuse China 5-k on the bottom. OPCO stands for Onondaga Pottery Company, and the date code translates to May, 1930. Overall very good condition with strong graphics. Some utensil marks to the center of the platter that I will try to show in the pictures. The line on the back is a mold mark. The plate does have a little wobble to it when sitting on a flat surface. Additional background: The 211th Military Police Battalion (“First Corps of Cadets”[1]) is a unit of the Massachusetts Army National Guard. Its Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment is descended from the First Corps of Cadets, initially formed in 1741. It is one of several National Guard units with colonial roots. Its motto is Monstrat Viam – It Points the Way. While it has served in five wars, the sub-unit’s primary contribution to Massachusetts and to the United States was as an officer-producing institution for new regiments from the Revolutionary War through World War II.
Rare 1930 Massachusetts Army National Guard 211th Military Police China Platter


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USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR

USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR

USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
A nice USMC Good Conduct Medal group with service in China with the 10th Regiment of Artillery. While stationed at Quantico, he participated in the re-enactment of the Battle of Antietam as an Observer. Included in the group is his USMC Good Conduct Medal, frayed ribbon, engraved’No. There are 9 photos with a USMC observation balloon, on the ground & in the air, a Marine Corps biplane, Marine Corps cannons & a football game between Marines and VMI. Broussard was discharged as a PFC, but held a temporary warrant for Sergeant. While in China he was attached to the 1. A nice addition to your medal or USMC collection of a hard to find group from a Marine who served in Tientsin, China. Must be back in my hands 14 days from your receipt of the item. Description and photos speak for the item. Be sure to check out the photos for condition of the items. NOTE I was mistaken about which Civil War re-enactment they were involved in. Researching, it had to have been the re-enactment of Antietam. The Marines marched from Quantico and camped along the way to participate.
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR


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US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s

US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s

US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s
Estate sale find, vintage original US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Officers photo, circa 1920s. Photo is embossed in lower right corner with A. Fong Chefoo, North China. USS Rizal (DD–174) was a Wickes-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for José Rizal, a Filipino patriot, and the National Hero of the Philippines. Joining the Pacific Fleet upon commissioning, Rizal cruised along the United States west coast into 1920 on exercises and training duty. Subsequently modified for service as a light minelayer, she was classified DM-14 on 17 July 1920. Rizal departed San Diego on 25 March 1920 for the Far East. With Filipinos constituting the majority of her crew, Rizal remained on the Asiatic Station for ten years. She spent long months anchored in Chinese ports during the spring, summer, and autumn months. Her most frequent ports of call were Shanghai, Chefoo, Chinwangtao, and Hong Kong. Rizal cruised eastward to Apra Harbor, Guam, during November 1928, and visited Yokohama, Japan, from 11 to 20 April 1929. Rizal spent each winter generally from November through March, anchored in Manila Bay. She was docked annually at Olongapo and upon resuming active service each spring operated in Philippine waters. Ordered home late in 1930, Rizal departed Manila on 11 December 1930 for Guam, Honolulu, and San Diego. She decommissioned on 20 August 1931 at San Diego and was towed northward to Mare Island on 31 August 1931 by the minesweeper USS Tern to be placed in reserve. PLEASE SEE DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS – The item appears to be in overall Fair to Good Minus used condition, signs of wear, creases, fading, tears, chipping, sunning and age toning, soiling, stains, writing, no odors, please see images.
US Navy China Service Destroyer USS Rizal Crew A Fong Photographer Chefoo 1920s

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China Chinese 1937 Shanghai French Concession Police Silver Medal

China Chinese 1937 Shanghai French Concession Police Silver Medal
China Chinese 1937 Shanghai French Concession Police Silver Medal
China Chinese 1937 Shanghai French Concession Police Silver Medal
China Chinese 1937 Shanghai French Concession Police Silver Medal
China Chinese 1937 Shanghai French Concession Police Silver Medal

China Chinese 1937 Shanghai French Concession Police Silver Medal
This is an original full size medal, not a reproduction. Changhai is french for Shanghai. Medal reads “Servir” and “Medaille de Changhai Concession Française” with L. The Medal was awarded for service during the Battle of Shanghai, 13 August to 26 November 1937 between Chinese and invading Japanese forces, especially in protecting members of the foreign communities present in the city. Check out my other listings now for more medals on sale. Dear valued customers, I regularly list Chinese antiques – coins, banknotes, medals, important documents, engravings, carvings, boxes, cases, frames, postcards, photos, stereoviews, fans, hats, ranks, badges, finials, embroideries, bonds, books, pocket watches, silver items etc etc. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter.
China Chinese 1937 Shanghai French Concession Police Silver Medal