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Old 12-07-2017, 08:49 AM
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Default Japan postcard help

Anyone know the player pictured on this postcard from Japan ?
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This is a semi-educated guess: Fumio Fujimura of the Osaka Tigers. Robert Klevens will come along sooner or later and will answer authoritatively.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fumio_Fujimura
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Yes, David is correct. HOFer Fumio Fujimura
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Awesome, thanks. any idea of the scarcity or the value of the postcard
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I would guess about $25 or so retail. Looks like 1950s but don't know much else about it.
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I would guess about $25 or so retail. Looks like 1950s but don't know much else about it.
Nice assist (David too). I would have guessed around the 1940s...I like postcards but am not too familiar with Japanese ones. Some I have seen have been very "artful."
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