|Collection to TO Diamond floats.|
|Rare grooved roller with sea debris.|
|Colored roller collection with Hokkaido rollers on top &|
Tohoku rollers on the bottom.
|Rare Russian floats....Sickle & Hammer, Star with a Dot &|
the 3. mark.
|Super squashy float.|
|A rare Hinode Sakura float, which means sunrise in a cherry|
blossom. There are only 2 or 3 known examples.
|Beautiful Mexican Swirl|
|Teal Blue Tohoku Roller|
|Uber rare, genuine orange Japanese float. This gem was beachcombed|
by the grandmother of Stu's wife on the Oregon Coast in 1934.
|Lovely, bright green floats.|
|Beautiful cranberry colored floats. One with a wooden tag.|
|Fantastic, well-used, sun-turned LT Euro that was a gift to Stu|
from another collector & friend.
|Stu's 6 hash tri-mold. I happened to give him this years ago|
for helping me learn about floats. It's the only one I ever found.
|This float is supposed to have been blown by the late Yoji Asahara,|
or his son & came from Mr. Asahara's personal collection. The pink
represents cherry blossoms & the rest of the glass is light blue.
|Sea green, crudely made, early Taiwanese float with the|
pie crust seal.
|Very early Russian float with a snakeskin like texture, a bold|
1 stamped in the side of the float & baseball size.