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Is that (B-class) an American/Allied designation for these boats? Wikipedia lists those "I" series boats as the B-class. These are the first two "numbers" or symbols in the Chinese celestial stem ( so that's probably why they got translated as A and B. These are the first two "numbers" or symbols in the Chinese celestial stem ( so that's probably why they got translated as A and B.

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With a serial number from Samick (who made these guitars for Epiphone.

Ie: Yamaha instruments may show Nippon Gakki (Nippon Musical. after CBS, then owner of Fender guitars, worked out a deal with Yamaha Music and Kanda Shokai. Dating from 1985, this unusual shaped guitar was the grand prize in Yamahas then-annual East-West.

T's should be a vertical line with a slash across the top. There's also a number up on the block near the strings. These Serials Will Have No Letters and Start With Either 0 or 1.

Plugging in that number with a T comes back invalid here. HINT:: These were made in the 1967 thru 1976 timeframe.

But the OP's photo seems to me to definately be a capital T.

[offtopic]Wikipedia lists those "I" series boats as the B-class. I couldn't make sense of the content in scr4's link. As far as I could find out, the イ9 series submarines were also referred to as type 甲, and the イ15 series (including the イ45) were also referred to as type 乙. As far as I could find out, the イ9 series submarines were also referred to as type 甲, and the イ15 series (including the イ45) were also referred to as type 乙. Since the OP's question has been answered, I'm going to point out something here that's become a pet peeve of mine: It's "..have...", not "..of..." Carry on. Online one can find posters raving over Red Label Nippon Gakki Yamaha guitars.The argument goes, though it possesses a laminate spruce.Yamaha FG180 – 50th Anniversary “The FG180 was Yamahas first folk guitar, dating back 50 years to 1966. FYI – these guitars roar and the stock pickups are Alnicos – so dont.PS – that Yamaha S/N dating thingy on te web doesnt seem to work on. I know from the Yamaha archive the FG-160 and FG-160E was only manufactured 1972-74.