11 November 2008,
London, King Street
Price realised GBP 1,375
Estimate GBP 1,000 - GBP 1,200
Attributed to Torii Kiyonobu (circa 1664-1729)
Three shunga prints, the first hand-coloured, depicting a courtesan and her attendant with a man; the second a woman with two men; the third a woman playing a shamisen with her partner drinking sake; all good impressions, slight staining, rubbed, each with vertical centrefold
Oban yoko-e (3)
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