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Joan Van Patten has collected a vast number of Nippon back stamps in her book entitled Van Patten's ABC's of Collecting Nippon Porcelain, published in 2005. The exception to this is Coralene which to the best of our knowledge was never produced by the Noritake Company.
The most common Back Stamps are: M-in-wreath, hand-painted ("M" stands for importer, Morimura Bros.); found in green, blue, magenta & gold. [A word of caution: the offshore (mainly China) companies producing "fake Nippon" have perfected the M-in-wreath back stamp.
Most of them belong to so called non-violent, non-criminal type. The term psychopaths should probably be reserved for those sociopaths who are the violent, serial killer, ruthless predator types.
The distinction line is fuzzy but still very important.
As a response, the Free-trade Liberal government in the UK introduced the Merchandise Marks act to allow consumers to be able to choose whether or not they would continue to purchase goods from protectionist economies.You can no longer tell if it's a fake by looking at the back stamp. Back stamps are an interesting subject to Club members and you will find discussion of this subject in INCC publications and at our annual CONVENTION.We thank you again for your interest & look forward to your joining our friendly family of Nippon enthusiasts!Finding love is a challenging quest even in your home country.Dating internationally will either make it more so or raise the chance to finally get the partner you've been looking for all along.