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Sorry – we can’t leave our email address here – there’s just too many spam bots. “Royal Nishiki Nippon”, made for the domestic Japanese market since 1906. We have also seen many Royal Nishiki items marked with “Hand Painted” in blue and a numbering system in blue as well (example: #24/250). “Royal Sometuke Nippon”, made for the Japanese domestic market since 1906. Please have a CLEAR picture of the mark & of the item so you can email it to us, we cannot go by written descriptions since there are over 350 known Nippon marks. “Royal Kinran Crown Nippon”, made for the domestic Japanese market since 1906. We get a lot of questions about Nippon backstamps and dates of manufacture. (Note: the left bottom side of the Torri mark is slightly worn, it should be even with the right bottom side of the mark.) “Pagoda Hand Painted Nippon”, no known manufacturing date(s). “Imperial Nippon”, found in blue (shown) and green.

UPDATE 2/20/12: Even more backstamps have been added to the list!

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Los más antiguos vestigios de escritura se encuentran, hacia finales del IV milenio a.

La tela era ligera, resistente al clima húmedo, absorbía bien la tinta y proporcionaba al texto un fondo blanco, sin embargo era mucho más cara que el bambú, es por esto que en ocasiones se hacía una copia en bambú antes de grabarse en seda los textos importantes.

Los orígenes de la historia del libro se remontan a las primeras manifestaciones pictóricas de nuestros antepasados, la pintura rupestre del hombre del paleolítico.

Con un simbolismo, posiblemente cargado de significados mágicos, estas pinturas muestran animales, cacerías y otras escenas cotidianas del entorno natural del hombre antiguo, que trataba de dominar las fuerzas adversas de la naturaleza capturando su esencia mediante su representación.Joan Van Patten has written many books on collecting antique Nippon porcelain, and she has compiled known dates for certain backstamps. ) “Noritake M (Morimura) in Wreath Nippon” Found in green (shown), blue & magenta. We are sharing a small list here (with pictures) of the ones we have come across in our Nippon journeys. “Crown (Square) Hand Painted Nippon”, found in green and green with red. “Miyako Nippon”, we have only seen this in green (as shown). Please note the manufacturing defect that is going through the mark, this is the only pic we have of this stamp, sorry. “TS Fan Nippon”, we have only seen this in green (as shown). Cuando los sistemas de escritura fueron inventados en las antiguas civilizaciones, el hombre utilizó diversos soportes de escritura: tablillas de arcilla, ostracon, placas de hueso o marfil, tablas de madera, papiros, tablillas enceradas, planchas de plomo, pieles curtidas, etc.

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