He went back and tried for the japanned tin colour-box, single-handed.
The japanned case hides the guiding agency, whatever it may be.
Swiftly he unearthed the square, japanned case and dragged it forth.
Why didn't they purloin a beer-stein, quiescent on a japanned tray?
They were finished in japanned work and often inlaid in light and dark wood.
A brown, japanned canister, fastened down with some strong twine.
And there was the japanned tin case fastened to the end of it.
Japanned or nickeled plates, which, when placed next to leather bindings under heavy pressure give them a finish.
There is a japanned iron frame enclosing and holding the working parts, consisting of a base, four upright posts, and a top plate.
Ordinarily Bobby loved to do this; but to-day he sidled up to where his friend was stooping over the japanned box.