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Tokyo: Takahashi, 1989. Text in Japanese and English. Foreword by Donald Keene and translated by Susan Tyler. Illustrated in color, some fold out plates. 221 pages, 4to, pale blue cloth with gilt stamped text, housed in slipcase. A fine copy in a very nice slipcase. The tale of Genji is sometimes called the world's first novel.
London: Robert Sawers, 1970. 1 page of introductory text by Jack Hillier, followed by the collection of 21 finely printed plates, each mounted with wheat paste and matted within an individual paper folder. The folders measure 9.5 x 13 inches, and the prints are approximately 4.5 x 9.5 inches. 4to, plates loose as issued in blue cloth portfolio with bone closures. London: Robert G. Sawers, [circa 1970]. First and only edition -- number 15 of 250. A very fine, unread.....
New York: Braziller, 1984. 2 volumes. Introduction and Commentaries on the Plates by Sherman E. Lee. Foreword by Daniel J. Boorstin. Illustrated with 50 color plates and other drawings. 8vo, bound accordian-style between brown cloth covers; printed board slipcase. New York.: George Braziller, (1984). First Edition. A fine copy. Less well-known than his woodblock prints, these sketchbooks offer an accessible view into everyday Japanese life the mid 19th century.
New York: Frederick, 1958. Color frontispiece, profusely illustrated in black and white. 17 pp. introduction by Jack Hillier followed by 64 pages describing the plates. Tall 8vo, grey pictorial cloth, silk ties, red board slipcase. Slipcase shows a little wear otherwise fine. Bound in the Japanese manner. Frederick Publications, New York, 1958. Very good (+).
Tokyo: Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1917. 3 volumes in decorative wrappers with paper labels, string-bound in Japanese Style. 4to, Illustrated with 46 fine color reproductions, printed by x. Tokyo: Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1917 or 1918. A handsome reprint of the 1803 classic original. Near fine and complete, but lacking the original folding box.