February is a time we remember past Presidents. This tin Vienna Art plate honors President William H. Taft and Vice-President James S. Sherman, elected in 1908.
The Kovels' Top Twenty list is based on the results of hundreds of thousands of searches that took place on Kovels.com during February 2010.Occupied Japan is still on top, proving Kovels.com is one of the web's best sources for Occupied Japan collectibles prices.
Occupied Japan has been at the top of Kovels.com's Top Twenty Antiques and Collectibles since January. It's a varied category of collecting—pottery dishes, porcelain figurines, plastic and metal toys, and even souvenirs made of shells are found marked with the words "Occupied Japan." So which Occupied Japan items interest collectors the most?
Occupied Japan has been at the top of Kovels.com's Top Twenty Antiques and Collectibles since January.
Occupied Japan Figurines
Figurines from the "Mother in the Kitchen" series by Enesco are popular collectible items that may look familiar.The "Mother in the Kitchen" figurines are also known as "Prayer Ladies" because of the prayers and sayings that are printed on their aprons.