An original Japanese WW2 Soldier's Silk Welcome Home Banner
This is a unique handpainted silk banner for a soldier in the Imperial Japanese Army. The banner comes with a laminated information card that reads:
"This is a coming home banner for "The Triumphant Return" of TANISHIGE YUTAKA, young man who returned from Korea. He was a member of the Imperial Japanese Army 77th Regiment under the 20th Division. The banner dates to approx 1942 when the 77th Regiment was taken out of Korea combined with other forces and then used in other parts of Asia during WW2."
Condition of the Banner
In good overall condition with only light wear.
Specifications of the Banner
Length of the banner is 58 inches with a width of 15 inches.
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