17 September 2015
UMEHARA SUEJI (1893-1983). Nihon Shucho Shina Kodo Seika; Selected Relics of Ancient Chinese Bronzes from Collections in Japan. Osaka: Yamanaka & Company, 1959-1964.
6 volumes, 2o (386 x 300 mm). Text in Japanese and English, 537 photographic plates. Original olive cloth with green stylized painted design, ties on spine, silk label with Japanese writing in red and black; green silk folding portfolios with silk labels and clasps.
Compiled by the Japanese scholar Umehara Sueji (1893-1983), who taught in the Department of Archaeology, Kyoto University, this work was published as a companion to the 7-volume Bei Shucho Shina Kodo Seika, which was published in 1933.
LIMITED EDITION, mixed set, number 105 of 300 copies and 226 of 300 copies
Property from the Lai Family Collection.
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