15 - 16 March 2015
MIZUNO, Seiichi, and Toshio NAGAHIRO. Yun-Kang The Buddhist Cave-Temples of the Fifth Century A.D. in North China. Kyoto: Jimbunkagaku Kenkyusho Kyoto University, 1951-1956.
16 volumes in 30, 4°. Text and titles printed in Japanese and English; text volumes with numerous engraved plates; plates volumes with numerous photographic plates; a few photographic frontispieces in color (some spotting). Original cloth; original boxes.
Each volume is divided into two parts individually bound, one containing text and the other plates. The text for volumes 8/9 and 13/14 are bound together in one volume. Volumes 3 and 12 are expanded into three volumes (one text and 2 plates). Volume 16 is two parts, one labeled Supplements and the other Index. (16)
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