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3. Quin, John J. The Lacquer industry of Japan. 30 pp.

(In Asiatic Soc. of Japan, Trans., 1880, p. 1.)

(9 X 6) Yokohama, 1880. 4. QUIN, John J. Report by Her Majesty's Acting Consul

at Hakodate on the Lacquer Industry of Japan.

28 pp. (10 x6) London, 1882. 5. KORSCHELT, O. The chemistry of Japanese Lacquer; by

O. K., and H. Yoshida. 39 pp. (In Asiatic Soc. of

Japan, Trans., 1884, p.182.) (96) Yokohama, 1884. 6. GONCOURT, Edmond de. A travelling writing-set, made

by one of the Forty-seven Ronins. 11 pp. 10 (3 col.) photo-zincotypes. (In Artistic Japan, p. 57.)

(14 x 10) London, 1888. 7. Hart, Ernest. Ritsuo and his School. 9 pp. 11 photo

zincotypes. (In Artistic Japan, p. 139.) (14 x 10)

London, 1889. 8. GILBERTSON, Edward. Lacquer (Japanese).

(In LONDON: Burlington Fine Arts Cíub. Catalogue of Japanese Lacquer and Metal work, p. xxxvii.)

(119) London, 1894. 9. DILLON, Edward. Note on Inro. 2 pp. (In LONDON :

Burlington Fine Arts Club. Catalogue of Japanese
Lacquer and Metal work, p. lxiii.) (11 x 9) London,

1894. 10. Hart, Ernest. Notes on the history of Lacquer. (With discussion.)

9 photo-zincotypes. (In LONDON : Japan Society. Trans., III, 7.) (10 x 6) London, 1896.

25 pp.

15 pp.

SECTION III-K.-METAL WORK. 1. WARING, J. B. Masterpieces of Industrial Art and

Sculpture in the International Exhibition, 1862. (Japanese Bronzes, III, 267.) 1 chromo-lithogr.

(17 x 12) London, 1863. 2. KANDA, Takahira. On some copper Bells. 5 pp. (In

Asiatic Soc. of Japan, Trans., 1875, p. 29.) (9x 6)

Yokohama, 1875. 3. GEERTS, J. A. Useful minerals and metallurgy of the

Japanese. Gold. 20 pp. 12 cuts by a Japanese artist. (In Asiatic Soc. of Japan, Trans., 1876, p. 89.) (9 x 6) Yokohama, 1876.

4. FALIZE, L. Jewellery (of Japan). 8 pp. Photo-zinco

types. (In Artistic Japan, p. 43.) (14 x 10) London, 1888.

5. RAMBAUT, Arthur A. Note on some Japanese Clocks

lately purchased for the Science and Art Museum.

11 pp. 5 illustrations. (96) Dublin, 1889. 6. ANDERSON, William. Metal work (Japanese). 15 pp.

(In London: Burlington Fine Arts Club. Catalogue of Japanese Lacquer and Metal work, p. vii.) (119)

London, 1894. 7. GOWLAND, William. A Japanese pseudo-speise (shiromé),

and its relations to the purity of Japanese copper, and the presence of arsenic in Japanese bronze. 26 pp.

5 photo-zincotypes. (9x5) London, 1894. 8. GOWLAND, William The art of casting Bronze in Japan.

36 pp. 15 photo-zincotypes. (In LONDON: Society of Arts

. Journal, XLIII, 523.) (10 x6) London, 1895. 9. GOWLAND, William. The art of casting Bronze in Japan.

18 photo-zincotypes. (11x7) London, 1895. 10. GILBERTSON, Edward. Japanese Chasing and Chasers.

7 pp. 18 photo-zincotypes. (In The Studio, VII, 15.) (12 x 9) London, 1896.

44 pp.

SECTION III-L.-MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 1. JOCTELEG. The Biwa. 3 pp. -1 cut. (In The Chrysan

themum, 1, 472.) (9x5) Yokohama, 1881. 2. Du Bois, F. The Gekkin Musical Scale. 8

pp.

1 cut. (In Asiatic Soc. of Japan, Trans., 1891, p. 369.)

(x 6) Yokohama, 1891. 3. KNOTT, C. G. Remarks on Japanese Musical Scales.

19 pp. (In Asiatic Soc. of Japan, Trans., 1891,

p. 373.) (9 X6) Yokohama, 1891. 4. PIGGOTT, F. T. The Music of the Japanese. 10 pp.

Cuts. (In Asiatic Soc. of Japan, Trans., 1891, 271.) 5. PIGGOTT, F. T. The Music and Musical Instruments of

Japan. (With notes by T. L. Southgate.) 16 photolithogr., other plates, and illustrations in the text. (11 x 8) London, 1893.

48 pp.

25 pp.

SECTION III-M.--PAINTING AND DRAWING. NOTE.-See especially for this subject : III, 20, Gonse ; III, 22,

Anderson; and ix, 1, London ; British Museum

(Anderson). 1. ANDERSON, William. A history of Japanese Pictorial

Art. 35 pp. (In Asiatic Soc. of Japan, Trans.,

1879, p. 339.) (9x6) Yokohama, 1879. 2. WOERMANN, KARL. Die Landschaft in der Kunst der

alten Völker. Eine Geschichte der Vorstufen und Anfänge der Landschaftsmalerei. 10 lithogr. (11 x 7)

München, 1876. 3. DILLON, Frank. Drawings by Japanese Artists : ... with letter-press descriptions.

15 col. autotypes. (21 x 14) London, 1880. 4. BING, S. The origin of (Japanese) Painting gathered from history

Photo-zincotypes.

(In Artistic Japan, pp. 151, 167.) (14 x 10) London,

1889. 5. GEFFROY, Gustave. Japanese Landscape painters.

18 pp. Photo-zincotypes (some col.). (In Artistic

Japan, pp. 407, 419.) (14 x 10) London, 1891. 6. Bowes, James Lord. The Gardens of Uyeno and

Asakusa, Yedo. Illustrated in a pair of framed rolls in the picture gallery, Bowes Collection. 12 pp. 3 photo-zincotypes, incl. 2 facsimiles of Japanese

titles. (9x6) Liverpool, 1894. 7. DILLON, Frank. Studies by Japanese Artists.

photo-zincotypes. (In The Studio, III, 35.)

(12 x 9) London, 1894, 8. MONTAIGU, Annie de, Countess. The Kakemono and its usage.

9 pp. 35 photo-zincotypes. (In The Monthly Illustrator, iv, 65.) (10x7) New York, 1895.

7 pp:

9. DESHAYES, E. L'expertise des Dessins et Peintures au

Japon. 19 pp. (In L'Idée Libre, 1895, p. 391.)

(96) Paris, 1895. 10. STUDIO, The. A series of Japanese drawings. (128)

London, 1896. 11. GUERLIN, Henri. Les Artistes Japonais. 4 pp. (In

La Revue Mame, 1896, p. 369.) 5 photo-zincotypes. (12 x 9) Paris, 1896.

SECTION III-N.-PRINTING AND PAPER. 1. MAUREL, F. L'Imprimerie au Japon. 10 pp., 1 col.

cut on crape paper, and illustrations in the text. (In PARIS : Athenée Oriental. Mémoires, II, 143.)

(12 x 9) Paris, 1871. 2. JAPAN: Consular Reports. Reports on the manufac

ture of Paper in Japan. 24 pp. 5 chromo-lithogr.

(13x8) London, 1871. 3. MAUREL, F. Le Papier Japonais. Histoire et fabrica

tion d'après des documents Anglais et indigènes. 12 pp. 12 specimens of papers. (In PARIS : Athenée

Oriental. Mémoires, 1, 43.) (12 x 9) Paris, 1871. 4. Sarow, Ernest M. On the early history of Printing in

Japan. 36 pp. (In Asiatic Soc. of Japan, Trans.,

1881, p. 48.) (9 x 6) Yokohama, 1881. 5. SATOW, Ernest M. Further notes on movable types in

Korea and early Japanese printed books.
6 illustrations. (In Asiatic Soc. of Japan, Trans.,

1882, p. 252.) (9x6) Yokohama, 1882. 6. MASUJIMA, R. On the Jitsuin or Japanese legal seal.

14 pp. 10 (9 in red) illustrations. (In Asiatic Soc. of Japan, Trans., 1889, p. 102.) (9x6) Yokohama,

1889. 7. PAPER. Japanese Paper in 1776.

(In The British Bookmaker, vi, 187.) (10 x 7) London, 1893. 8. MAGATA, S. Motogi Nagahisa: the first Japanese

Printer. 3 pp. (In The British Bookmaker, viI,

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III-0.--SCULPTURE (VARIOUS MATERIALS). se especially for this subject: III, 20, Gonse; and 2, Anderson. Charles Hercules. Japanese Netsukés. Excerpt,

p. 3 cuts. (8 x 6) London, 1881. ROWER, H. Seymour. Netsukes and Okimonos. 15 pp.

Photo-zincotypes (some col.). (In Artistic Japan,

pp. 347, 359.) (14 x 10) London, 1890. 3. HOLME, Charles. The uses of Bamboo in Japan. *27 pp.

12 photo-zincotypes. (In LONDON : Japan Society.

Trans., I, 22.) (106) London, 1893. 4. GILBERTSON, Edward. Japanese Netsukés. 7 pp. 16

photo-zincotypes. (In The Studio, 11, 123.) (129)

London, 1894. 5. CAWLEY, George. Wood, and its application to Japanese

artistic and industrial design. 39 pp. 43 photo-zincotypes. (In LONDON : Japan Society. Trans., II, 194.)

London, 1895. 6. HOLME, Charles. A Japanese course of instruction in

wood-carving 18 pp. 71 photo-zincotypes. (In The Studio, v, 74, etc.) (12 x 9) London, 1895.

SECTION III-P.-TEXTILES. 1. BAVIER, Ernst von. Japan's Seidenzucht, Seidenhandel

und Seiden- Industrie. Map and plates. (10 x 7)

Zürich, 1874. 2. POATE, T. B. On Cotton in Japan. 7 pp. (In Asiatic

Soc. of Japan, Trans., 1876, p. 145.) (9x6) Yoko

hama, 1876. 3. AARAU: Mittelschweizerische Geographisch-Kommer

zielle Gesellschaft. Völkerschau. Eine Sammlung von Erzeugnissendes Kunst- und Gewerbefleisses aller Zonen und Zeiten. Photo and Photo-chromolithogr., 1 Japanese stencil, and illustrations in the

text. (15 x 12) Aarau, 1888. 4. TUER, Andrew W. The Book of Delightful and Strange

Designs being illustrations of the Art of the Japanese
Stencil Cutter. Text in English, German, and
French. 24, 27, and 26 pp. 104 designs and a
piece of a stencil-plate. (8 x 9) London, 1892.

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