Vintage Japanese Glass Fishing Floats $8.50 each, choose green or bluish tinted For Sale

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Vintage Japanese Glass Fishing Floats $8.50 each, choose green or bluish tinted:

Amazing Collection of Japanese Glass fishing floats, the $8.50 price is for one small green or aqua float without netting (ranging from 2.25" - 2.75" in diameter, sizes are roughly in between a tennis ball and a golf ball)..., (NOTE -The large floats in the picture are already sold out and of course, were much more expensive).

Choose your quantity and color(s) at checkout.

These Japanese hand made fishing floats were used by fishermen, these are real authentic vintage floats anda fascinating piece of history, makes a great addition to any collection.

Due to the old age (at least 50 years old), floats may have small scratches or slight chips on the seals - they all look awesome in displays! I am out of the large floats (15" diameter).. however, if you are looking for special floats, different colors, or with netting, rare colors, or stamps etc..., send message for custom order request... I lived in Asia 20 years and collected these over the years & finally shipped them back home, some rare colors, stamps and unique features for collectors, and a huge collection of affordable small floats for decorations... can discount for large purchases.

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