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Names are listed here in the Japanese manner with the family name preceding the given name; capital letters are used for the name generally cited and listings are alphabetized according to the latter; alternate names are in parentheses. Italics indicate Japanese or translations of Japanese characters. Print measurements refer to image area only. All woodblock prints are unmatted and unframed unless indicated otherwise.

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Utagawa HIROSHIGE (1797-1858) "Iga province: Ueno" from the series "Rokujuyoshu meisho zue" (Famous places of the sixty-odd provinces), oban tata-e (13½" x 9"). Signed "Hiroshige hitsu", dated "Ushi 7" (1853), and published by Koshimuraya Heisuke. Condition: good; all but top margin trimmed to ca. ¼" of image; slight toning throughout; small tape residue in upper corners verso; no wrinkles, tears or folds; pronounced bleedthrough verso. Guaranteed original strike.
 

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KUNISADA Utagawa (TOYOKUNI III) (1786-1865) Scene from "Aoi" (Heartvine), Chapter 9 in Sono Sugata Hikaru no Utsushi-e (Faithful Depictions of the Shining Prince); oban yoko-e (9¼" x 13"; includes border). Various Genji-mon in border; signature ("Kokuteisha Toyokuni ga") LR together with red Toshidama seal, combined aratame (approved) & date (Ne VI [6/1852] seal, publication official's seal, and publisher's seal (Izumiya Ichibei). Condition: very good; framed and matted (OD = 14¾" x 18¾"); trimmed to borders except at top; colors strong.
 

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KUNISADA Utagawa (TOYOKUNI III) (1786-1865) Geisha; oban tate-e (14" x 9¾"). Signed "Toyokuni ga" in Toshidama cartouche with aratame (approved) seal LR; date (U VIII [8/1855]) and publisher's (Sano-ki) seals LL. Condition: good; framed and matted (OD = 21" x 16"), residual folds; otherwise no tears, foxing, etc.
 

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KUNISADA Utagawa (TOYOKUNI III) (1786-1865) Unidentified actor; oban tate-e (14" x 9¾"). Signed "Toyokuni ga" in Toshidama cartouche on right together with censor and date seals in black (unread); ca. 1850s. Condition: good; very fine carving of hair; some residual mica associated with black pigment; no tears or foxing; margins trimmed; backing of fine tissue paper which is slightly peeled away from LR corner.
 

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KUNISADA Utagawa (TOYOKUNI III) (1786-1865) Bando Hikosaburo V as Oiwa in "Tokaido Yotsuya Kaidan"; oban tate-e (13¼" x 9¼"). Signed "Toyokuni ga" in Toshidama cartouche LL; aratame seal with date (Tori [1861]) and publisher's seal (Kagisho) in left margin; carver's seal in right margin; right panel contains a poem about butterflies by Shinsui; background still life designed by Gengyo Hiyagi. Condition: fair; horizontal fold across middle; margins torn and stained in several places; bottom margin trimmed.
 

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KUNISADA Utagawa (TOYOKUNI III) (1786-1865). Actor from "Rien Kyokaku-den" (Story of a Chivalrous Man from the Theatrical World); oban tate-e (14¼" x 9¾"). Signed "Juhassai Toyokuni hitsu" (Drawn by 78 year-old Toyokuni) with Toshidama seal UL, flanked by publisher, carver, and a combined aratame/date (I IX [9/1863]) seal. Condition: good to very good; small pieces of residual paper glued across the back of top margin; right and bottom margins trimmed.
 

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KUNISADA Utagawa (TOYOKUNI III) (1786-1865) Actor (Gompachi reading a letter?) from "Rien Kyokaku-den" (Story of a Chivalrous Man from the Theatrical World); oban tate-e (14½" x 9¾"). Signed "Sichi jukusai Toyokuni hitsu" (Drawn by 79 year-old Toyokuni) with Toshidama seal flanked by carver, publisher, and a combined aratame/date (Ne IV [4/1864]) seal. Condition: good; right and bottom margins trimmed; some raggedness to LR edge.
 

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KUNISADA II Utagawa (TOYOKUNI IV) (1823-1880) Scene from Kashiwagi, Chapter 36 from Genji gojuyojo hattan (54 Chapters of the Tale of Genji); oban tate-e (14½" x 10"; includes border). Signed "Kunisada ga" in Toshidama cartouche with aratame (approved) seal, date seal (mi 10 [10/1857]), and publisher's seal (Tsutaya Kichizo). Condition: good to very good; somewhat faded color; small piece missing from upper right corner - not into print.
 

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KUNISADA II Utagawa (1823-1880) Meal scene from Genji monogatari (The Tale of Genji), Chapter 36 Kashiwagi); oban tate-e (14½" x 10"). Signed "Kunisada ga" with aratame (approved) seal, date seal (mi 10 [10/1857]), and publisher's seal (Tsuta-ya Kichizo). Condition: good to very good; somewhat faded color; small piece missing from upper right corner - not into print. Note the Genji-mon (Genji crest) for the 36th chapter (Kashiwagi) of the Tale of Genji in upper left red clam shell cartouche as well as domestic items including hibachi, candle lamps, bonsai tree, etc. Kunisada II was a pupil of Kunisada. At first he signed his prints Baido Kunimasa III or Kunimasa; in 1846 he married his master's daughter, taking the names Kunisada II, Kochoro, and Ichijusai; from about 1870, after Kunisada's death, he used the name Toyokuni III (actually, IV).
 

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Utagawa KUNIYOSHI (1796-1861) Actor print. Framed and matted; oban tate-e (14" x 9¾"). Signed "Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi ga" with "kiri" seal. Double censor period (1847-1852). Condition: good to very good; somewhat faded color; not examined out of frame.
 

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TOYOKUNI Utagawa (TOYOKUNI I) (1769-1825) Preparing for the Bath; oban tate-e (14¾" x 9¾"). Signed "Toyokuni ga"; Taisho-era restrike. Condition: good to very good; slight toning; two small pinholes.
 

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Ichikawa YOSHIKAZU (fl. 1850-1870) Mother and child; oban tata-e (14" x 9¾"). Signed "Yoshikazu"; published ca. 1850s by Kagaya Kichibei (Kichiemon). Condition: fair; toned throughout; several small holes across top and large hole near signature (shown); left & right borders trimmed; slight wrinkling thoughout.
 

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Koko YOSHITSUYA (1822-1866) Plate #28 from "Hisago-gundan Gojuyo-jo" (Fifty-four battle scenes shortly before Edo era); oban tata-e (14" x 9 5/8". Signed "Yoshitsuya"; published ca. 1864. Condition: very good to excellent: minimal margins (as printed); colors are still very fresh and bright; no holes, tears, or foxing.
 

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YOSHIUME Nakajima (1819-1879) Traveler; chuban tata-e (10" x 7¼"; printed on heavy washi). Signed "Yoshiume ga". Condition: good: margins trimmed; foxing of image not apparent, but attached across the top to sheet with foxing.
 

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BAREI Kono (1844-1895) "Lapwings (Tageri) and lilies" from "Bairei Hyakucho Gafu" (Bairei's Album of 100 Birds); oban tata-e (13½" x 8¾"). "Bairei" seal UL; published by Okura Magohei in 1891. Condition: very good; very slight toning throughout; full borders with binding holes in left margin. Bairei was a pupil in Kyoto of the Maruyama-Shijo painter Raisho; then, at 27, of the Shijo-school artist Bunin. The Shijo school, also called Maruyama school, was a Japanese school of naturalistic painting that was founded in the late 18th century by Maruyama Masataka and was revived for woodblock prints during the Meiji by Bairei. Barei's "Album of 100 Birds" was published by Okura Magohei in three volumes in 1891, 1892, and 1896, respectively.
 

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