Sale: 521 / Rare Books, Nov. 29. 2021 in Hamburg Lot 421000328

 
421000328
Kazumasa Ogawa
Famous castles and temples in Japan, um 1890.
Estimate: € 1,000 / $ 1,160
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Lot description
Kazumasa Ogawa
Famous castles & temples in Japan. Tokio um 1890.

Erste Ausgabe mit handkolorierten Tafeln der berühmtesten japanischen Tempel und Schlösser.

Unter den Ansichten Tokio (8), Ogawa, Nikko (8), Kioto (3), Kamakura (3) u. a. Die Tafeln mit englischen Bildunterschriften.

EINBAND: Orig.-Pappband mit seitlicher Fadenbindung als Blockbuch gebunden, mit Deckelschild, Ganzgoldschnitt und goldgesprenkelten Vorsatzpapieren. 26,5 : 37,5 cm. - ILLUSTRATION: Mit 35 kolorierten Lichtdruck-Fotografien von K. Ogawa. - ZUSTAND: Schwach gebräunt, Vorsätze und Deckelschild etw. stockfl., vereinz. mit geringfüg. Randläsuren, 1 untere Ecke durchgehend schwach bestoßen.

Scarce first edition. With 35 hand-colored collotype photographs by K. Ogawa, English captions. Decorative hand-made paper over thin boards, stiched binding, gilt edges, label on front cover and gilt-speckled endpapers. Tissue guards present. - Minim. browned, endpapers and cover label foxed, partly with small marginal defects, 1 corner bumped throughout.

 


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