Vintage 80's Metal Stainless Steel Hole Puncher Set For Cloth Material Made In Japan

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1 opened set. With original YaoHan price tag at 1 for $4.12.
Bought during the 80's from then the still popular Japanese store Yaohan ( Wire up during the 90's)
Indicate 国产货 meaning Made locally, Made In Japan.
Stainless steel.

Tools set for anchoring as seen in pic. 2 & 3 : -
1 round plate circumference 2.3 cm as base.
1 big circular log (3.5 cm x 0.8 cm) &
1 small circular log (3 cm x 0.5 cm) for anchoring use.
With smaller parts of 4 loop (7 mm) support & 10 loops (8 mm).

Also, i do have a still growing semi precious Oriental jewelry collection available in Monomoon at Etsy as well, feel free to pop by.

Thankzillion 谢谢!

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