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SEKINE Kwapren.-Rokutai Jibiki. Six different styles of Japanese Characters. Specimens of type. (

56) Ōsaka, 1883.

04. D. 5. SHIMABARA, G.–Iroha Hayabiki, Moncho Daizen. Collec

tion of Crests (alphabetically arranged), Names, Diapers, various styles of Characters, etc. compiled by G. S. after Designs in the “Genji Monogatari.” Engr. (3 x 6), 1881.

04. D. 7. Shoko RÕJIN, pseul.-Kokon Meibutsu Ruishū. Collec

tion and Records of famous objects for the most part used in the Tea Ceremony. Compiled by Shōko Rõjin. Cuts, some col. 4 vols. in 18 parts. (9 x 6), 1787.

03. D. 27. Taito, Katsushika.--Banshoku Zuko. Designs. Cuts, col. Vols. 1, 2, 3, 5, of a set of (?) 6. (96) Osaka, 1835.

03. E. 17. TAKIZAWA, K.-Karakusa Moyo Hinagata. Collection of Diapers and Designs. Engr. (30) Tokyo, 1881.

04. D. 8. TANAKA, K.--Iroha-biki Moncho. Collection of Crests

(alphabetically arranged), Diapers, various styles of Characters, etc. compiled by K. T. after Designs in the Genji Monogatari.” Engr. (3 x 6) Tokyo, 1881.

04. D. 9. TANAKA Shōzaburo.—Yūho Bijustu āyā. Designs for

Fine Art work. Compiled by Tavaka Shōzaburo. Cuts, col. (10 ~7) Kyoto, 1889.

03. C. 12. YEITAKU, Sensai.—Bambutsu Hinagata Gwafu. Book of

Designs; by Sensai Yeitaku, engraved by Otsuka Tetsugoro. Cuts. Vols. 1, 4, 5, of a set of 5. (9 x 6) Tokyo, 1880–82.

03. E. 18. YOSHINOBU, Ikeda.--Kwakuzen Zuko. Illustrated Account

of Decorated Leather-work. Compiled and published by Ikeda Yoshinobu. Cuts, col. (14 x 9), 1845 (2nd year of Kõkwa).

04. F. 2. 02. E. 1.

SECTION IV.-HANDICRAFTS AND TRADES.

(GENERAL COLLECTIONS.)

See also Section VII.--COSTUME.

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HIROSHIGE, Ryūsai.—Shoshoku Gwatsū. Book of Designs.

Cuts, col. Vols. 1-3 of a set. (7 5). 04. C. 15. HOKUSAI.—Hokusai Mangwa. Collection of Sketches.

Cuts, col. 14 vols. (2 copies of vol. 5, 1 with extra cuts). (9 x 6), 1834.

03. E. 8. MORIKUNI, Tachibana. - Yehon Tsūhoshi. Pictures of

various scenes of Trades, Amusements, Birds, Flowers, etc., with notes. Cuts. Vols. 1, 2, 6, of a set of 10. (9 6) Naniwa (Osaka), 1721.

03. D. 25. POEMS.—Yehon Minanogawa. Verses from famous Poems.

Cuts. Vol. 1, and part of vol. 2 (bound together), of a set of 3. (9 x 6).

05. D. 21. TESSAI, Hirase.--Nihon Sankai Meibutsu Zuyc. Description

of the chief Products of Japan. Illustrated by Shõsuiken Hasegawa Mitsunobu. Compiled by Hirase Tessai.

Cuts. 5 vols. (10 x 7) Osaka, 1797. 03. C. 13. TRADES.-Shokunin Uta-awase. Poems on the various

Trades and Crafts, with illustrations Cuts. 3 vols. (11 x 7).

05. B. 11. Yedo Shokunin Uta-awase. Notes on various Trades in Yedo. Cuts. (10 x 7), 1808.

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05. B. 12. YAMAMOTO, Rokusaburo.--Koku-kwa (National Flower).

A selection of the best examples of Japanese Fine Art, with explanatory Notes by various authors, reproductions of famous Pictures, and illustrations of typical specimens of Industrial Art. Edited by Rokusaburo Yamamoto. Plates, some col., and illustrations in the text. (16 x 11) Tokyo, 1889

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SECTION IVa.—TEXTILE FABRICS AND

EMBROIDERY.

See also Section VII. COSTUME.

INSCRIPTIONS.—Shūko Jisshu. Heiki (Weapons). Inscriptions on Banners. Cuts. 5 vols. (15 x 10).

04. A. 6. NAKAJIMA, Tanjiro.-Hinagata Yado-no-ume. Patterns of Ladies' Dresses. Cuts. Vol. 3.

(10 x 7) Naniwa (Osaka), 1730.

05. B. 13. SILKWORM CULTIVATION.-Yösan Hiroku. Secrets of Silkworm Breeders. Cuts. Vol. 2 of a set of 3. (10 x 7).

03. C. 14.

ALBUMS OF PRINTS IN COLOUR.

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ALBUM.-Portraits of Women, Theatrical Characters, Illus

trations of the Silkworm Industry, etc.; by Keisai (Yeisen), Kunichika, Kunimasa (Ichijusai, Baido), Kunisada (Toyokuni 2nd, Kachoro), Kunisada 2nd (Baichoro), Kuniyoshi (Ichiyūsai), Osai, Toyokuni, Yoshichika (Chökaro, Ikkeisai), and Yoshifuji (Ippõsai). 40 sheets. (14 x 9%).

02. A. 21. Theatrical Characters. Portraits of Women, Illustrations of the Silkworm Industry, Twelve scenes from the drama “Chūshingura," etc., by Fusatane (Isshōsai), Hiroshige, Hokuyei (Shunkosai), Ichimaru (Jipposha), Keisai (Yeisen, Ippitsuan), Kiyomitsu, Kunihiro, Kunisada (Toyokuni 2nd, Ichiyōsai, Kokuteisha, Kachoro), Kuniyasu (Ipposai), Kuniyoshi

( (Chõõro, Ichiyūsai), Nobukatsu, Sadafusa (Gokitei), Sadahiro (Gorakutei), Sadayoshi (Kwaishuntei), Shigeharu (Gyokuryūtei), Shunshō,

Shunshō, Toyokuni, Yeisho (Shinsai), Yoshifuji (Ipposai), and Yoshitora (Ichimosai). 60 sheets. (141 x 10).

01. C. 33.

ALBUMS OF SPECIMENS OF FABRICS.

ALBUM, Textiles; 108 specimens of Woven Silks and Brocades. (12 x 15).

02. E. 3. Textiles ; 23 specimens of Woven and Embroidered Silks. (14 x 9).

02. E. 4. Textiles ; 568 specimens. (14 x 10).

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. 02. E. 5. Textiles ; 323 small specimens of Woven Silks. (6 x 5).

04. C. 26. Textiles ; 168 specimens of Silks, Embroideries and Brocades. (10 x 8).

05. C. 23.

SECTION IVb.-POTTERY AND PORCELAIN.

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CHIBA, Ryūboku.—Hyakki Zukai. Drawings of Flower

Vases, with full descriptions and owners' names. Vols. 1,

3, of a set of 3. Cuts. (9 x 6), 1773. 03. D. 26. INSCRIPTIONS.-Shūko Jisshu. Inscriptions on Monuments,

Tiles, etc. Cuts. 13 vols. (15 x 10). 04. A. 5. SHOKO ROJIN, pseud. Kohon Meibutsu Ruishū. Collec

tion and Records of famous utensils for the most part used in the Tea Ceremony. Compiled by Shoko Rõjin. Cuts, some col. 4 vols., in 18 parts. (9 6), 1787.

03. D. 27.

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SECTION IVc.-METAL WORK.

Note.-For ARMS AND ARMOUR see Section VIIa.

MILITARY COSTUME.

HOKUSAI, Gwakyō Rūjin.—Yehon Shin Hinagata. Original

Designs, Plans and Working Drawings, for Engineers and others, by Hokusai (in his 77th year). Cuts. Vol. 1 of a set of 3. (9 x 6), 1836.

03. D. 22. HOKUSAI, Katsushika Isai.-Kwacho Sansui Saigwa Zu

shiki. Designs for Art Metal-work. Cuts. Vols. 3, 4, of a set of 5. (5x7) Yedo, 1863-64. 04. D. 2. INSCRIPTIONS.-Shūko Jisshu. Copies of Inscriptions on Bells, Lamp-posts, Vessels, etc. Cuts. 9 vols. (15 x 10).

04. A. 4. METAL WORK.--Shūko Jisshu. Metal work. Mirrors, with

cases, Bells, etc. Cuts. 3 vols. (15 x 10). 04. A. 7.

SECTION IVd.-MISCELLANEOUS CRAFTS

AND TRADES (NOT INCLUDED IN a, b, or c). Note.—The ALBUMS classified in Sections VII, and VII,

contain a number of incidental illustrations of FURNITURE and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

BIRDS.-Studies of Bird-form. Cuts, tinted. (8 x 8).

04. D. 1. HORSE FURNITURE.--Shūko Jisshu. Heiki (Weapons). Harness, etc. Cuts.

Cuts. 3 vols. (15 x 10). 04. A. 8. KURIHARA Nobumitsu.Patterns of Bridles. Cuts. col. (11 x 7) 1834.

05. B. 9. LADIES.-Book of useful Information for Ladies, with

illustrations of Domestic Scenes, Poets and Poetesses, household Furniture, etc. Cuts. 9 vols. (11x7).

05. B. 16. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.-Shūko Jisshu.

Operatic and Musical Instruments, Masks, etc. Cuts. Vols. 2–6 of a set of 6. (15 x 10).

04. A.9. OCHIAI, Norikuni.—Book of Designs for Carpenters; by

Norikuni Ochiai, engraved by Sentaro Yegawa. 2 ed. Cuts. Parts 2 of vol. 1; and 1, 2, of vol. 2. (5 x 7), 1876, (9th year of Meiji).

04. D. 6. TEA._Tea cultivation and Domestic Scenes. 10 ff. Col. prinis on linen. (7 x 10).

04. E. 7. WRITING MATERIALS.-Shūko Jisshu. Illustrations of Writing Materials, etc. Cuts. 2 vols. (15 x 10).

04. A. 10. YOSHINOBU, Ikeda.-Kwakuzen Zuko. Illustrated Account

of Decorated Leather-work. Compiled and published by Ikeda Yoshinobu. Cuts, col. (14 x 9), 1845 (2nd

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