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Kosaku Hamada, Sueji Umehara

Published by Kyoto Imperial University (1923)

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Item Description: Kyoto Imperial University, 1923. Book Condition: Good. 23 pp. + 1 color plate and many foldout plates, hardcover, ex library, some wear to spine, else text and binding clean and tight. Bookseller Inventory # ZB931909

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YUCHIKUSAIZO KOGYOKUFU: OR THE EARLY CHINESE JADES: HAMADA, Kosaku.
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Item Description: [Kyoto 1926, Bunseido]. Stitched buff wrs., tall folio 26.5 x 36.5 cm., very good, 27p. Japanese text, English title page, 5 full-page plates + 33 other text photos, drawings, vol. 1 of 2 only, lacks 28 color plate text. FIRST EDITION General introduction by Dr. Kosaku Hamada, with two maps, and several illustrations. * This is an excellent and early study of Chinese jades and shows a good number of photos and drawings, including some of the early techniques of cutting and engraving jades. With preface by Dr. Torajiro Naito, preface by Mr. Lo Chen-yu, drawings of Jades in the Collectin of Mr. Uyeno by S. Shimada and S. Umehara, with a postscript by Seiichi Uyeno. With photographs of jade carving & manufacture in China. * An excellent reference on ancient tomb jades, axes, * CONDITION: The book is in very clean condition, with minor scuffs, corner/edge wear and some minor cover water spots. Contents very clean, solid copy. * By large an important and obscure work, seldom found on the market. *. Bookseller Inventory # 41032101

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Kosaku Hamada; Sueji Umehara

Published by Kyoto : Imperial university (1923)

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Item Description: Kyoto : Imperial university, 1923. Soft cover. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. 110 + 23 p. : front., 29 illus., (30) pl., map, ; 27 cm. original card covers are faded & worn. internally VG. Bookseller Inventory # 6sr131

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ANCIENT CHINESE TERRA-COTTA FIGURINES and Other Mortuary: Hamada, Kosaku.

Item Description: The Tôkô-shoin, Tokyo, 1927. 2nd ed. with additional plates. 20x27. 92 black and white or coloured photographic plates. In publisher's cloth folder with ivory fastenings. Spine slightly sunned, but vg++. Vol. 2 only. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 4 Euros. Bookseller Inventory # 0.1791

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Hamada, Kôsaku.

Published by [Kyoto, Japan: Bunseidô]. (1926)

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Item Description: [Kyoto, Japan: Bunseidô]., 1926. Book Condition: Good. Tall 4to. [ii], [v], 3, 37, 2 pp., without the volume of plates. Text in Japanese. Introduction by Dr. Kôsaku Hamada. Very good in sewn wraps, some wear to top edge of cover and first page. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 12-0398

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Item Description: Senoku-Seisho, 1923. Book Condition: Very Good. Very Good. (Binding: Soft cover, Jacket: No Jacket) Japanese style binding in cloth case. Ten collotype plates with text in Japanese and English. OCLC # 34131356. Bookseller Inventory # 65601

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Umehara, Sueji; Hamada, Kosaku.

Published by Kyoto, 1934. (1934)

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Item Description: Kyoto, 1934., 1934. Book Condition: Very good copy. 220pp Japanese text, 27pp English text. With 65 plates. Orig. boards. Bookseller Inventory # 42561AB

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P'i - Tzu - Wo Prehistoric Sites: Hamada, Kosaku

Hamada, Kosaku

Published by The Far- Eastern Archeological Society, Tokyo, Japan (1929)

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Item Description: The Far- Eastern Archeological Society, Tokyo, Japan, 1929. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 69 plates (several folding) both in color and sepia,including frontispiece, 41 leaves of full-page text figures, text in Japanese and English. Folio, 13 3/4x10 1/2 inches, 1/2 gilt cloth over printed paper boards, extremities lightly rubbed; internally clean, early gift inscription in ink on front endpaper, rear pastedown with ink stamp "Made in Occupied Japan". Tokyo and Kyoto: The Toa-Kokogaku-Kwai or The Far-Eastern Archeological Society, 1929 Profuse illustrations of Chinese antiquities excavated during a major archeological dig in southern Manchuria in 1927 led by Kosaku Hamada, professor of archeology at, and eventual president of, Kyoto University. in 1917, Hamada was the first archaeology professor at the Kyoto University; and he is credited with the introduction of modern research methods in Japan. His fieldwork included archaeological digs in Japan, Korea and China. Contains full-page and folding plates including maps, excavation activities, and collections of pottery, human bones, ancient coins, implements and weapons made of iron, bronze, stone and bone which were unearthed by the Japanese team. Size: Thick Folio 12" - 15". Bookseller Inventory # 700617

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Koizumi, Akio; Hamada, Kosaku

Published by Chosen Koseki Kenkyu Kwai, Keijo (Seoul), Korea (1934)

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Item Description: Chosen Koseki Kenkyu Kwai, Keijo (Seoul), Korea, 1934. Buckram. Book Condition: Very Good Plus. First Edition. Subtitle is: The Tomb of Painted Basket and Other Two Tombs of Lo-Lang, being a Report of the Excavations in the Season of 1931 Carried out by the Society of the Study of Korean Antiquities. Japanese text by Akio Koizumi and English résumé by Kosaku Hamada. Published by Chosen Koseki Kenkyu Kwai (The Society of the Study of Korean Antiquities). Presumed first and only printing. Published 1934. Printed and bound in Tokyo. All plates printed in Kyoto. This book has primary text in Japanese and secondary text in English. Charcoal-colored buckram binding, with crisp gilt-stamped lettering to the spine and a crisp orange-stamped image to front board depicting a seated figure in robes. Generally unbumped spine head and tail, with sharp corners. Immensely clean binding. 12.5 x 10 inches. As to the text in Japanese, with 23 and 111 and 8 numbered pages. Plates section of unnumbered pages, including CXXXI (131) numbered, full-page plates and 50 illustrations (mostly line drawings and a few rubbings). Plate I is a general map, in color, of the ancient cemeteries of Lo-Lang. Plate XXXII is a tipped-in color plate of tomb-chambers. Additionally there are nine full-color plates, especially emphasizing the painted basket itself. All other plates are collotype in sepia-tone or B&W. Additionally there are two color frontispiece plates present. Most color plates with tissue guards. Identification and brief commentary appears in Japanese and in English on each plate page. As to the text in English, with xi and 28 numbered pages. An exceptionally clean copy, and very tight. Either unread or very gently read. Probably originally issued with a glassine dust jacket; no dust jacket is present. Overall a Very Good Plus to Near Fine copy. Extremely scarce in any condition. Early in the 20th century a great number of the ancient tombs of the T'ang Dynasty were excavated at Lo-Lang (also known as Lo-Yang) in present-day North Korea. During that ancient dynasty Lo-Lang was under Chinese control. In 1931 Tomb No. 116 of Nanseiri, among other Han Dynasty tombs, was selected for research, and this unexpectedly revealed the most wonderful remains, including a painted basket in the tomb's perfectly preserved wooden chambers. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 006866

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