1937 American Junior Red Cross News Magazine with 4 Japanese Windsocks Fish | ITEM 2344 | PHOTO 2345
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  • 1937 American Junior Red Cross News Magazine with 4 Japanese Windsocks Fish | ITEM 2344 | PHOTO 2345
  • 1937 American Junior Red Cross News Magazine with 4 Japanese Windsocks Fish | ITEM 2344 | PHOTO 2346
  • 1937 American Junior Red Cross News Magazine with 4 Japanese Windsocks Fish | ITEM 2344 | PHOTO 2347
  • 1937 American Junior Red Cross News Magazine with 4 Japanese Windsocks Fish | ITEM 2344 | PHOTO 2348
  • 1937 American Junior Red Cross News Magazine with 4 Japanese Windsocks Fish | ITEM 2344 | PHOTO 2349
  • 1937 American Junior Red Cross News Magazine with 4 Japanese Windsocks Fish | ITEM 2344 | PHOTO 2350
  • 1937 American Junior Red Cross News Magazine with 4 Japanese Windsocks Fish | ITEM 2344 | PHOTO 2351

1937 American Junior Red Cross News Magazine with 4 Japanese Windsocks Fish

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Here is a rare special never seen before 4 Japanese Windsocks Fish design 1 American Junior Red Cross News Magazine The magazine is from 1937. The magazine talks briefly in an article about the Japanese Windsock Balloon Carp. The magazine is in good shape.  There is a cover spine split seen on the spine bottom edge. It’s measurements are 8″ x 11.25″ There are 28 pages cover to cover. The windsock balloon Carp flying fish are in good shape. They are made of paper. Beautiful colors 2 Large fish 16″ length x 5.5″ at tail One string attached. They are in better than good shape. One fish has more wear than the other mostly on the tail. 1 Extra Large Red Fish with open mouth design 19″ x 8.5″. This one appears to have been used. Some surface wear. Slight discoloration Small holes in paper. String still attached to the mouth 1 Extra Large fish. Charcoal color with yellow and green colors. 9″ x 20.75″ No string on this one. Additional piece of string was found with the fish. This appears to have been used as well. Decent shape. Some wear to the paper. I’m guessing that the flying fish are from the 1930’s. Nothing dated on the fish of course. Please see the photos Sold together as a group. Sold as is!  

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