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Ogawa, K (Kazumasa)

Published by K. Ogawa / Kelly & Walsh, Yokohama (1917)

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From: George C. Baxley (Alamogordo, NM, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: K. Ogawa / Kelly & Walsh, Yokohama, 1917. Condition: Good. Taisho 6 (1917), large oblong 4to (10 1/2 x 14 3/4 in - 37.5 x 26.5 cm), silk covers, cord ties, front cover with embroidered flowers and bird design, gilt edges, 50 collotype plates (16 color and 34 black and white), no maps, organized in typical Japanese style from back to front. No text, just collotype plates printed on one side only of high quality thick card stock paper. The 16 color collotype multi-pass color collotypes images all have a thin white border. ~ Condition. The book is in Good condition. The board for the front cover is separated. However, it is not detached as the silk covering remains unbroken. The bottom cord tie is broken and partially missing. All 50 plates are present. The plates are clean. A couple have smudges in the margin. No foxing or staining on the plates. ~~ Additional information, to include digitial pictures, available on request. ~~ Heavy book and additional postage charge will be required for shipment outside the US. Seller Inventory # 1917060203

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SIGHTS AND SCENES IN FAIR JAPAN: TETSUDOIN (Railway Man)

TETSUDOIN (Railway Man)

Published by Imperial Government Railways, Tokyo

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About this Item: Imperial Government Railways, Tokyo. Published ca 1915. Large oblong 4to (38 x 26.5cm). All edges gilt. Title and fifty hand-tinted collotype plates apparently by Kazumasa Ogawa on card. This edition without the two maps. Captions in English only. Original silk cloth with floral design over boards, very edge-worn. Gutters split with title, initial four and final four leaves loose. Nevertheless, plates are complete and largely clean with only an occassional hint of foxing. Seller Inventory # 402

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Sights and Scenes in Fair Japan.: Ogawa Kazumasa

Ogawa Kazumasa

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About this Item: 1910. Condition: Très bon. In-4 format oblong, reliure pleine toile à décors floral tissé, tranches dorées, bien complet des 50 illustrations photographiques de Ogawa Kazumasa, photographe, imprimeur et éditeur japonais, pionnier de la photographie et de l'imprimerie photomécanique. Bel exemplaire. A.Ph. Seller Inventory # 015837

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Sights and Scenes in Fair Japan: The Offices of

The Offices of Imperial Government Railways

Published by Imperial Government Railways, Tokyo

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About this Item: Imperial Government Railways, Tokyo. Silk Over Boards. Condition: Very Good. [unpaginated] decorative silk covered, stab binding containing 2 maps and 50 hand tinted photographs / colotypes presented in decorative silk covered wooden box. N.d [circa 1910]. light spotting to margins of some plates, but generally very good and clean internally. Exterior of book darkened and worn, with the hinge of front board cracking slightly. Silk covered box slightly toned with a touch of wear here and there. Large Oblong 4to. Seller Inventory # 46713

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Sights and Scenes in Fair Japan [: Ogawa K.

Ogawa K.

Published by Kelly and Walsh, Yokohama (1917)

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About this Item: Kelly and Walsh, Yokohama, 1917. Complete with 50 coloured plates as listed, With an additional 22 illustrations pasted to blank verso of plates. The additional illustrations are a mixture of period prints and water colours.No date circa 1917. Book measures 14 1/4 x 10 3/4 inches. List of plates. 1. The Main approach to the Imperial Palace, Tokyo. 2. The Cherry Season. The Uyeno Park. 3. New Street looking towards the Imperial Palace. 4. Display of Dolls and Toys on the Girl Festival. 5. The Imperial Palace Moat. 6. One of the entrances to the Mausolea. 7. Tokyo 'en fete ' The approach to the shimbashi Station. 8. A Private Parlour in Winter. 9. The Wistaria in blossom. 10. A Bust Canal in Tokyo. 11. An Irish Garden. Tokyo. 12. A Room in a Modern Department Store. 13. Loyus Lake in Tokyo Park. 14. The Celebrated Daibutsu. 15. Enoshima. 16. The 'Odori' a Dramatic Dance. 17. Miyanashita. 18. Peony Beds in Tokyo. 19. A View of the Sacred Mt. Fuji. 20. A Glimpse of the Pacific From a Train on the Tokaido Line. 21. The Fancy Carps made of Paper,Silk, or Cotton. 22. Grand shrine of Ise. 23. The Cha-no-Yu. 24. The Temple of Kiyomidzu. 25. The Kinkakuji. 26. A Summer Evening on the Kamogawa River. 27. The Higashi Honganji. 28. The Gate of the Kasunga Shrine at Nara. 29. A Scene near Kyoto. 30. Horyuji. 31. Posing as the Ancient Warriors. 32. A Tea Plantation with the Leaf Pickers at Work. 33. Dotombori. 34. Ama-no-hashidate. 35. Glories of Autumn in Japan. 36. The Feudal Castle at Himeji. 37. A scene in the celebrated ' No ' Dance. 38. A Peep of the Inland Sea. 39. Playing on the ' Koto '. 40. Miyajima. 41. Kintai-bashi. 42. Chiyo-no-matsubara. 43. The Ikebana. 44. Mt Aso, an Active Volcano in Kyushu. 45. In the Ground of Nikko temples. 46. Avenue of Stately Cryptomerias. 47. A Display of Chrysanthemums. 48. Matsushima near Sendai. 49. A Characteristic Japanese Dance. 50. A Typical Landscape Garden. All of the original 50 plates are coloured. Bound in original publishers Japanese silk boards, bound together with ties. Silk is rubbed and worn on edges, with wear loss on corners, dust/dirt marked, gilt title almost obliterated. Generally binding is grubby but in good solid condition. Internally, some dust dirt marking to margins. Plates in good condition. A good solid copy. Size: Large Quarto. Seller Inventory # 096617

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Sights and Scenes in Fair Japan.: OGAWA KAZUMASA].

OGAWA KAZUMASA].

Published by Imperial Government Railways. (circa1910)., Tokyo (1910)

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About this Item: Imperial Government Railways. (circa1910)., Tokyo, 1910. 50 delicate hand coloured collotype plates on high quality stiff card each captioned in English, presented in Japanese embroidered silk covered boards with tassle ties, All edges gilt., patterned gilt endpapers.The hinges of each image have been professionally repaired with Japanese paper and wheat starch paste. Neat pencilled annotations lower corners, leaves clean and bright. 26 x 38cm. This beautiful album proved very popular and was reprinted a number of times, in some editions all of the plates are in colour, as is the case with this copy, and at other times the edition only shows some plates in colour and while the others are in black and white. The work also appears in editions both with and without 2 maps, later editions in Western bindings. Although his name does not appear in this album it seems highly likely that this album was published by Ogawa Kazumasa (1860-1929). Described by Terry Bennett in his excellent work Japanese Photography in Japan 1850 - 1912 as a "Pivotal figure in early Japanese photography. He adapted cutting-edge Western technology in photo-printing processes to produce numerous half-tone and collotype publications which transformed the market." The interesting and delicate scenes in this album include a number showing Japanese people at leisure, in a street scene, a crowd at a sumo match, people involved in their daily occupations and a number of temples, gardens and other places of interest to the early 20th century visitor to Japan. A very good copy of a charming album. Seller Inventory # 155302

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KAZUMASA, Ogawa.

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About this Item: [Tokyo, published for Imperial Government Railways, c. 1910]. Oblong folio. Original embroidered silk with floral motifs and Japan on front cover; all edges gilt, gold-speckled endpapers, printed title in English and Japanese, 50 hand-tinted photographs (265 x 178 mm) mouted on stiff boards; very light rubbing to covers, otherwise near-fine. This beautiful collection of Meji period photographs is usually ascribed to Ogawa Kazumasa (1860-1929), a 'pivotal figure in early Japanese photography. He adapted cutting-edge Western technology in photo-printing processes to produce numerous half-tone and collotype publications which transformed the market' (Terry Bennett, Japanese Photography in Japan 1850 - 1912). The subjects range from street scenes with early motor cars to views of interiors, shops and landscapes. - Later issues of this publication included two railway maps. Seller Inventory # 2101541

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Sights and Scenes in Fair Japan: The Offices of

The Offices of Imperial Government Railways

Published by Imperial Government Railways, Tokyo (1910)

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About this Item: Imperial Government Railways, Tokyo, 1910. Hardcover. Condition: VG-. Kazumasa Ogawa - Photographer (illustrator). Large hardcover, bound in silk-covered board pictorially woven tapestry depicting classic Japanese style art and bound in mauve ribbon at the spine. Unpaginated and containing 2 maps and 50 color-tinted collotype photographic plates. Rear free end page bears the imprint of the photographer: "Photographs by K. Ogawa. F.R.P.S.". Undated (c. 1910). Captions are in English only. This books also contains the two color maps and published by the Imperial Government Railways - all points showing it is the earliest known printing. Later undated editions had the captions in both English and Japanese. No handwriting or bookplates. Foxing noted, mainly were plates attach to the spine. This edition does not come in a box or slipcase. Book measure h10.5" x w14.75". Cloth corner missing on lower corner. Seller Inventory # 50002107

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OGAWA Kazumasa ( photographer ) - Imperial Government Railways ( Japan ) ( publishers ).

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About this Item: .: Tokyo, Imperial Government Railways, s.d. ( ca. 1910), oblong album, 27 x 37 cm, containing 2 maps and 50 colour-tinted collotype photographic plates. Bound in a modified Japanese-style album with silk covered boards. The embroidered silk boards show on the front cover the Fuji San with the title in red lettering and on the forefront a horseman with his servants. The album is kept together with a purple silk ribbon, with decorated endpapers, most of the loosely inserted serpents of very light japanese paper are present. All edges gilt. Kept in a heavy purposely made box covered with black leather. Finely preserved album with only some faint dustsoiling of the lighter silk parts of the cover, interior stainless, box with very minor traces of use. A fine specimen of an early travel souvenir of Japan made for the English speaking visitors by the foremost Japanese photographer Ogawa (1860 - 1929). The album was several times reprinted in less luxurious editions ; not all plates coloured , with plainer Western Style bindings. This is a scarce and beautiful item. (Japan, views , photography , early travel ). Seller Inventory # 40304

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