This is one of the finest Blue Dot floats I've ever seen.
It's one of the few 6 inch floats with a Blue Seal. I've only heard of three 6 inch floats with blue seals.
The color of the seal is a truly exceptionally dark cobalt blue.
This float has excellent provenance having come from the ex-Col. 'Rich' Richardson collection.
Undocumented 'Backward 9' embossed on a bimold float. This is one of the 'Tiny Marks in a Circle'.
The seal has a 'Dai' 㐧 mark which is common with the tiny marks in a circle floats.
This float measures about 3 1/2 inches in diameter.
Brown trimold that's unmarked. It has a Green Seal.
Water-filled about an 1/8 of the way. No signs of damage.
Interesting version of mark WP #24 'Shi' シ. In this stamp all of the elements of the shi symbol are left aligned.
This version of the mark was quite uncommon until about 2020 when many more of them began to show up for sale. Now, they are common finds.
The float measures about 2 1/2 inches in diameter.
Excellent provenance having been part of Michelle & Shane Konkle's first big container of floats from Japan in 2021.
This float has an Undocumented Mark 'Yama Ne' 山根. It is the only example of this mark known to exist in collections.
It measures about 14 1/4 inches in diameter.
This float was purchased in Japan from an old Japanese man by Eva & Steve Bradford in 2021.
Quite unusual Yellow float with Gold/Yellow Swirls.
I'm inclined to think that this is a contemporary float. Shows no signs of use. Seal button is the smaller type typically seen in contemporary floats. That being said this is a really beautiful contemporary float!
It measures 26 1/4 inches in circumference or about 8 14 inches in diameter.
Large Blue Dot float with two extra repair seals that are both blue. It's very rare to a find large blue dot float with the extra blue seals and this float has two of them.
The measures 30 1/4 inches in circumference, so it's almost 10 inches in diameter.
Found in Japan in 2021.
Incredible Cranberry Swirls in a 3 float.
This color is really hard to define. It's sort of a cranberry, burgundy, reddish, brown color. Whatever color it is it's a stunning float!
I purchased this float from Michelle & Shane Konkle. It came out of their first big container from Japan in 2021.
Euro float with mark OR #73 'Extra PG Portugal 3'.
According to Olaf Raabe, the glassworks is assumed to be Richardo Gallo - Vidro de Embalalagem S.A., Lisbon. These are common floats having been made in very large quanities.
This float is clear in color and measures about 5 1/2 inches in diameter.
I believe this could be an Undocument Mark comprised of the katakana letter 'Hi' ヒ.
Although this mark could be a broken Kita 北, because of the distinct bold form of the symbol and way it's center without any lind of distortions I feel that it's not a Kita mark.
This light green float measures about 48 inches in circumference, so it's about 15 1/2 inches in diameter.