tsuchinoto-i, third month (3/1839) and signed Kameda shizo, colophon signed Genkosai and Toto monjin, Takeguchi Teisai, Sugita Yusai and Matsushima Eisai, and Shoritsu, Takeda Den'emon of Tokyo, publisher, no date [after 1868]; fukurotoji-bon, 2 vol. (26.5 x 18.1cm. each), block printed in ink and color on paper, buff-paper wrapper embossed with circular patterns and with title slip printed in ink on paper, sewn, in chitsu, good impressions and color, slightly soiled, vol. 1 missing second half of fifth leaf to first half of eighth leaf " /> MORI GENKOSAI (fl. late 18th-early 19th c.), <I>illustrator, engraver</I>: <I>Inro fu</I> "Book of inro designs"; preface dated <I>tsuchinoto-i</I>, third month (3/1839) and signed <I>Kameda shizo</I>, colophon signed <I>Genkosai</I> and <I>Toto monjin, Takeguchi Teisai, Sugita Yusai</I> and <I>Matsushima Eisai</I>, and <I>Shoritsu, Takeda Den'emon</I> of Tokyo</I>, <I>publisher</I>, no date [after 1868]; <I>fukurotoji-bon</I>, 2 vol. (26.5 x 18.1cm. each), block printed in ink and color on paper, buff-paper wrapper embossed with circular patterns and with title slip printed in ink on paper, sewn, in <I>chitsu</I>, good impressions and color, slightly soiled, vol. 1 missing second half of fifth leaf to first half of eighth leaf | Christie's