17 September 2015
[UMEHARA, SUEJI]. A collection of 12 works in 12 volumes. Kyoto: Kuwana Bunseido, 1941-1955. Comprising: Shina kogyoku zuroku(Selected Specimens of Chinese Archaic Jade). – Shoko kokyo shuei (Selected ancient mirrors found at Shao-hing tombs). – Sengoku-shiki doki no kenkyu (Studies on Warring States style bronzes). –Kan Sangoku Rikucho kinenkyo zusetsu (The Pictorial Catalogue of Han and Six Dynasties Bronze Mirrors). – Kan izen no kokyo no kenkyu (Study on ancient mirrors from Han and earlier dynasties). – Shina Kandai kinenmei shikki zusetsu (Illustrations of lacquer-wares dated in the Han dynasty in China). – Inkyo shutsudo hakushoku doki no kenkyu (Studies on white wares found at Yin sites ). – Kanan An'yo iho (Selected ancient treasures found at An-yang, Yin sites). – Kanan An'yo ibutsu no kenkyu( Studies on objects found at An-yang, Yin sites). – Rakuyo¯ Kin-son kobo shu¯ei (Collections of Anciant Tombs in Jin Village of Luoyan). – Kodoki keitai no kokogakuteki kenkyu (On the Shapes of the bronze vessels of ancient China). – Henkin no kokogakuteki kosatsu (Studies on bronze altar table). Uniformly bound in coral cloth, gray slip cases.
Property from the Lai Family Collection.
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