Kingyo ni higoikko "Goldfish and a baby carp", one illustrating a badger and his young pressing a hunter with their scrotum, with the series title as above; and the other the outline of the first forming a silhouette of goldfish and a baby carp, the first signed Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi giga and published by Kazusaya Iwakichi--very good impressions and color, both with minor worm holes in places restored, minor stains around restorations and faint vertical fold line (2)" /> KUNIYOSHI: <I>oban tate-e</I> (35.8 x 26cm.); a set of two prints from the series <I>Sono omokage hodoyoku utsushi-e</I>, one subtitled <I>Kariudo ni tanuki</I> "A hunter and badgers" and the other <I>Kingyo ni higoikko</I> "Goldfish and a baby carp", one illustrating a badger and his young pressing a hunter with their scrotum, with the series title as above; and the other the outline of the first forming a silhouette of goldfish and a baby carp, the first signed <I>Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi giga</I> and published by Kazusaya Iwakichi--very good impressions and color, both with minor worm holes in places restored, minor stains around restorations and faint vertical fold line (2) | Christie's