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  1. Two watercolours on pith paper within ruled borders depicting Chinese actors, one with an added caption in Chinese, upper right, each 70 x 55.5cm. Framed and glazed.

    Sale Price £3,500 Regular Price £5,000
  2. Group of six lithographs coloured by hand and heightened with gold, mounted with gilt border and framed, engraved by Belousov, Anderson and Petrovsky after the original drawings by Karl Piratsky.

    Sale Price £1,750 Regular Price £2,500
  3. Chromolithograph of Quail, laid on to contemporary card (as published), frame and glazed, overall dimensions: 60.2cm by 44.3cm.

    Sale Price £455 Regular Price £650
  4. Chromolithograph, laid on to contemporary card (as published), frame and glazed, overall dimensions: 60.2cm by 44.3cm.

    Sale Price £455 Regular Price £650
  5. Héliogravure after photographs by Loewy and Puiseux depicting the Moon's surface, from Atlas Photographique de la Lune. Framed and glazed, overall size: 67cm x 86.2 cm.

    Sale Price £1,750 Regular Price £2,500
  6. Héliogravure after photographs by Loewy and Puiseux depicting the Moon's surface, from Atlas Photographique de la Lune. Framed and glazed, overall size: 67cm x 86.2 cm.

    Sale Price £1,750 Regular Price £2,500
  7. Six oban tate-e woodblock prints of okubi-e (bust portraits) of beauties, titled Jidai kagami [Mirror of the Ages], documenting the fashions of former times (from the Keicho to the Meiji era) in chronological order, each sheet with a beautiful woman in sumptuous costume depicted at the lower section and a rectangular panel at the top which makes a reference to the era, some sheets with lacquer and embossed details, published by Matsuki Heikichi, variously dated Meiji 29, 30 and 31 (1896-8), all signed Yoshu Chikanobu. Each sheet approx. 36 x 23.7 cm (14 1/8 x 9 3/8 in), framed and glazed.

    Sale Price £3,395 Regular Price £4,850
  8. A set of 8 oban tate-e woodblock prints of okubi-e (bust portraits) of beauties, titled Jidai kagami (Mirror of the Ages), documenting the fashions of former times (from the Keicho to the Meiji era) in chronological order, each sheet with a beautiful woman in sumptuous costume depicted at the lower section and a rectangular panel at the top which makes a reference to the era, some sheets with lacquer and embossed details, published by Matsuki Heikichi, variously dated Meiji 29, 30 and 31 (1896-8), all signed Yoshu Chikanobu. Each sheet approx. 36 x 23.7 cm (14 1/8in x 9 3/8in). Framed and glazed: 40 by 29 cm.

    Sale Price £4,550 Regular Price £6,500
  9. Chromolithograph of Game Birds, laid on to contemporary card (as published), frame and glazed, overall dimensions: 60.2cm by 44.3cm.

    Sale Price £455 Regular Price £650
  10. Chromolithograph of Quail, laid on to contemporary card (as published), frame and glazed, overall dimensions: 60.2cm by 44.3cm.

    Sale Price £455 Regular Price £650
 

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