Akihiro Takahashi was 14 years old, when the bomb was dropped.
It was among a number of items up for grabs on Saturday, which also included a set of haunting photos snapped by an American GI which show the devastating aftermath of the atomic bomb on the Japanese city.
The pot, which consists of a small white jar and lid, also has a chunk of melted glass welded to the side of it as a result of the explosion.
The macabre relic is a grim reminder of the furnace-like heat caused by the explosion that killedpeople in A porcelain pot with molten glass melted onto the side of caused by the Hiroshima atomic bomb is just one of the relics from the disaster set to go to auction Andrew Aldridge, of Henry Aldridge and Son of Devizes, Wilts, said: The photographs sold alongside it show the haunting aftermath of the nuclear bomb.
The black and white images show an apocalyptic landscape as far as the eye can see with virtually every building flattened and barely a soul around.
Buildings were left completely flattened by the atomic bomb blast, which is estimated to have killed aroundpeople Pictures taken shortly after the blast in Hiroshima are also set to go to auction. Hiroshima was bombed on August 6, and was shortly followed by the bombing of Nagasaki on August 9,which killed an estimated 80,May 26, · Toshiko Tanaka survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima when she was just six years old.
Toshiko went on to have two children, her daughter, Reiko, .
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