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002jpn: 1870 Scene: Shampooing in Japan. Engraved view of a Japanese lady preparing to have her hair washed, with several attendants and a musician looking on. From the May 14, 1870 issue of Every Saturday, a popular 19th century news weekly. 11x16 in. $30



003jpn: 1902: Japanese Women Entertaining British and Japanese Naval Officers. This is an antique halftone print from the August 30, 1902 issue of The Graphic, a British news weekly. Title is "The Anglo-Japanese Alliance: An Entertainment Given by Officers of the Japanese squadron to the Officers of the British Squadron." Beneath the image is a short article by one of the British officers, describing the scene. 11x16 in. $30



005jpn: 1884 Map of Japan, published by A & C Black of Edinburgh Scotland. Provinces within the country are colored separately. The bottom right corner contains a small inset map of the area around Tokyo. 13x17 in. $80



006jpn: Map of Japan from the 1884 Edition of Colton's World Atlas. Each province within the country is individually hand colored. Upper left corner contains a small inset map of Yeso and the Japanese Kuriles. In the bottom right corner there is an inset map of Nagasaki Bay. The entire image is surrounded by a decorative design. 14x18 in. $150



007jpn: Map of Japan and Korea from the 1897 Edition of the Century Atlas. Detailed, color map shows cities, towns, provincial borders and geographical features. The right side contains inset maps of the Kurile Islands, Liu-Kiu Islands and Formosa (Taiwan). 12x16 in. $30



008jpn: 1867 Japanese Scenes: Prince's Summer Palace, and Army Officer in Armor. Two beautiful engraved views from the Feb. 2, 1867 issue of the Illustrated London News. Top view is titled "The Summer Palace of Prince Satzuma." Bottom view is "Japanese High Officer and Sword-Bearer in Armor." There is a black ink stain on the edge of the left margin, but the image is not affected. 11x16 in. $30



009jpn: 1865 Military Scene in Yokohama. Engraved image from the Jan. 7, 1865 issue of the Illustrated London News. Title is "Review of British and Japanese Troops at Yokohama." A group of spectators from both nations are standing in the foreground. 11x16 in. $30



010jpn: Map of Japan from the 1870 Edition of Johnson's Family Atlas. Beautiful, detailed map, showing cities, towns and geographical features throughout the country. Each province is individually hand colored. A map of Nagasaki Bay is in the bottom right corner. Top left corner contains a map of Yesso and the Japanese Kuriles. The entire image is surrounded by a decorative design. 14x18 in. $100
 



011jpn: 1870 Japanese Ladies Print. Beautiful engraved print published in an 1870 issue of Harper's Weekly shows two Japanese ladies on the streets of Japan. Lovely print is accompanied by short text. 11x16 in. $30



012jpn: 1860 Japanese Priest and Temple. Handsome engraving from an 1860 issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper shows a Japanese priest and the interior of a temple in Japan. Print is accompanied by an article that describes the presentation of gifts from the US to Japanese authorities. 11x16 in. $30



013jpn: 1900 Porcelain Artists of Japan. Article published in an issue of Harper's Weekly circa 1900 shows numerous pictures of Japanese porcelain makers. The article is five pages long and describes the various artists and methods of porcelain making in Japan. 11x16 in. $30



014jpn: 1877 View of Nagasaki. Handsome, wood-engraved print from an 1877 issue of The Illustrated London News shows Nagasaki harbor. 11x16 in. $30



015jpn: 1891 Japanese Festival Scene. Large, engraved print published in an 1891 issue of Harper's Weekly shows crowds gathered during a Japanese Festival. The title is, "Japanese Festival To Hoko Dashi." 16x22 in. $50



016jpn: 1854 Mount of Pleasure View. Wood engraving published in an 1854 issue of Gleason's Pictorial shows Pauromama, or Mount of Pleasure, in Japan. 11x16 in. $30



017jpn: 1868 Scenes of Japanese Revolution. Two wood engravings published in an 1868 issue of Harper's Weekly show a view of Yokohama, Japan and the Palace of the Tycoon in Jeddo, Japan's capital city. 11x16 in. $30



018jpn: 1854 Japanese Views and Court Dresses. Large, old wood engraved print published in an 1854 issue of Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion shows views of Jeddo and a Dutch factory at Firato. Other wood engravings illustrate the court dresses of Japan. 15x22 in. $50



019jpn: 1860 Japanese Mother and Child. Beautiful, color lithograph published as an illustration to a book circa 1850 shows a portrait of mother and child in their native Japanese dress. The print was based on the Mathew Perry expedition of 1853. 8x11 in. $50



020jpn: 1860 Delivery of President's Letter. Attractive lithograph published as an illustration to a book shows a letter from the US President being delivered to Japanese authorities. This print is based on the Mathew Perry expedition of 1853-1854 that forced Japan into trade and diplomatic relations with the west after two centuries of isolation. Light age spots around the border do not detract from the print. 8x11 in. $50



021jpn: 1860 Japanese Funeral. Impressive lithograph published as an illustration to a book circa 1860 shows a Japanese funeral procession at Simoda. The print was based on observations during the Mathew Perry expedition. 9x11 in. $40



022jpn: 1860 Japanese Boats. Lithograph published as an illustration to a book in 1860 shows a Japanese boat and its various sections. The print was based on observations during the Mathew Perry expedition. 9x11 in. $40



023jpn: 1860 Japanese Street Scene. Lithograph published as an illustration to a book in 1860 shows a street scene in Hakodadi. The print was based on observations during the Mathew Perry expedition in 1853. 9x11 in. $40


024jpn: 1860 Portrait of Japanese Authority. Lithograph published as an illustration to a book in 1860 shows a portrait of Kura Kawa Kahai, the prefect of the town of Simoda. The print was based on observations during the Mathew Perry expedition. 9x11 in. $40



025jpn: 1860 Yokohama Scene. Lithograph published as an illustration to a book in 1860 shows American presents arriving at Yokohama. The title is, "Delivering of the American Presents at Yokohama." The delivery of presents was meant as a gesture of good will to help open up trade with Japan. The print is based on the Mathew Perry expedition in 1853-1854 that forced Japan into trade and diplomatic relations with the West after two centuries of isolation. 9x11 in. $40



026jpn: 1855: Fire Fighters in Japan. Interesting lithograph from the 1855 U.S. Government report of Commodore Perry's expedition to Japan. Title of the scene is "Fire Company's House & Engine, Yokuhama." Commodore Perry was sent to Japan in a successful effort to establish trading ties with the Japanese government. The report from his voyage contained many lithographed views of the Japanese people and countryside. 8x10 in. $60



028jpn:
1854 Hakodadi Harbor (Hokkaido). Original lithograph from Perry's Expedition to Japan in 1854. Inset of Hakodadi Peak and Entrance to Bay. Hand colored and in fine condition.
25-1/2 x 20 in. $225



100jpn: 1901: Map of Korea, Lower Manchuria, with adjacent portions of China, Japan, and Siberia, and the International Neutral Zones: Liao-Tung, Wei-Hai-Wei, and Kiao-Chau. Compiled from the U.S. Consular, War and Navy Departments' Reports, Railway and Concessions surveys.Published by Geo. F. Oram, New York 14.5x22 in. $30



102jpn: 1840: Empire of Japan. Published under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Two insets in left upper corner a closer view of Nagasaki Harbour and the Eastern Point to Yeso. 13.5x16 in. $120



103jpn: 1900: Actors in the Chinese Drama: A Japanese Infantryman. This beautiful engraving is from the September 1, 1900 edition of The Illustrated London News. Size: 11x16 in. $30



104jpn: 1908: An Example to Russia: House-Cleaning by Law. Remarkable Precautions Taken against the Plague in Japan. This print is from the October 3, 1908 edition of The Illustrated London News. The two photos show: Officers of the law as housemaids: The contents of the Japanese shops and residences turned into the streets while the buildings are cleaned by the authorities. Size: 11x16 in. $30



103jpn: 1904: The Crisis in the Far East-Scens in Japan, Korea, and Manchuria. This double page print is from a Harpers Weekly. It shows scenes of the Liao-Hsi Mountains (Manchuria), The Han River (Korea), The Harbor (Port Arthur), The Liao River, (Newchwang), H.M.S. "Vestal," in Liao River, street scene in Newchwang, Russia's Armored cruisers coaling at Port Arthur, looking south across Port Arthur and a map showing the Scene of the War Crisis in the Far East. Size: 11x16 in. $30



204nav:
1853 Hand colored wood engraving showing Commodore Perry bound for Japan. Superb views of Perry's fleet opening Japan to trade.Featured in the Drawing-Room Companion.
22 x 15 in. $350



106jpn: 1904: The European and Asiatic Rivals in the Far East: The Mikado. His Imperial Majesty Mutsuhito, Emperor of Japan. This beautiful engraving is from the January 30, 1904 edition of the Supplement to the Illustrated London News. Size: 11x16 in. $30



107jpn: The Japanese Empire, Including Korea and Sakhalin by the London geographical Institute, published by The Amalgamated Press Limited, London. There is a small inset in lower right hand corner of Formosa (Taiwan). Railways, submarine cables and steamer routes are noted. Size: 15.5x20 in. $40



108jpn: 1870: Japan. Published by A.C. Black, Edinburgh. There is a small inset in lower right corner of Tokio and the By of Yedo. This map also lists the ports open to foreign commerce: Matsmai, Nie-gata, Yedo, Kanagawa, Osaka, Hiogo, and Nagasaki. Size: 12x17.5 in. $50



109jpn: 1924: The Japanese Empire. Japan and Korea with insets of Port Arthur, Formosa (Taiwan), Tokyo and Yokohama. This beautiful hand colored map was engraved, printed, and published by W.& A.K. Johnston Limited, Edinburgh. Size: 14.5x18 in. $50



110jpn: 1900: Japan. This beautiful color map shows the island of Niphon, Yesso, Sikok, and Kiusiu. Size: 11x14.5 in. $50



111jpn: 1890 Japan. Kiushiu, Shikoku, Hondo and Yezo shown with insets in upper left and lower right corners of the Kurile Islandas, Fromosa and Loochoo Islands. Size: 7.5x10.75 in. $40



200jpn: Old RARE View: Commodore Perry Goes To Japan. Hand colored, engraved scene from an 1854 issue of Gleason's Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, titled "A Superb View of the United States Japanese Squadron, Under Command of Commodore Perry, Bound for the East." The ships of Perry's squadron are shown in full sail, preparing to embark across the Pacific Ocean. This item is in very good condition. There are two very small holes in the center horizontal crease, and there is a very faint "ghost" image in some areas where the paper was originally folded onto itself. Neither the holes nor the ghosting is visually distracting. This is a very impressive, historically significant item, which would look great in a frame! 16x22 in. $200



201jpn: Antique Perry Expedition Japanese Boat View. Interesting lithograph, printed in the 1855 U.S. Government report of Commodore Perry's expedition to Japan. Title is "Japanese Junk." Two images of a Japanese boat are shown: a cross section as seen from the front; and a view of the rear portion, showing the tiller and rudder. Commodore Perry was sent to Japan in a successful effort to establish trading ties with the Japanese government. The report from his voyage contained many lithographed views of the Japanese people and countryside. 8x10 in. $60



202jpn: 1856 Perry Expedition Japan Print. This lithographed print is from the US Government's official 1856 report on Commodore Perry's 1852 expedition to Japan. The print is titled "Japanese Soldiers at Yokuhama." It shows a group of Japanese soldiers on horseback and on foot, gathered together and talking. This print is in very good condition. There is a small brown spot in the bottom margin, but the image is not affected. Size is 9x11 in. $50



203jpn: 1864 Johnson Map of Japan. This beautiful map of Japan was published in 1864 by Johnson and Ward. The map is titled "Johnson's Japan, Nippon, Kiusiu, Sikok, Yesso and the Japanese Kuriles." Each province within the country is separately colored with original hand coloring. In the upper left corner, there is an inset map of Yesso and the Japanese Kuriles. In the lower right corner, there is an inset map of Nagasaki harbor. The entire map image is surrounded by a decorative design. This map is in excellent condition. Size is 14x18 in. $90



204jpn: 1856 Perry Expedition Japan Print. This lithographed print is from the US Government's official 1856 report on Commodore Perry's 1852 expedition to Japan. The print is titled "Wrestlers at Yokuhama." Two Japanese wrestlers are shown competing in front of an audience of Japanese and American onlookers. Excellent condition. 9x11 in. $60



205jpn: Coast of Nagasaki, Japan. c1880 Color chromolithograph from a German Geography: Geographischen Wandtafein. Picture shows an example of a Japanese style house, as well as Japanese people walking along a path. Text in German below picture. Size: 9x6 in. $50



206jpn: Young Japanese anglers and their encumbrances. Published in the Graphic October 4, 1902. Hand colored image depicts young Japanese children fishing on the coast. 11.5 X 15.5 in. $30



207jpn: Plan de la Ville de Meaco. Beautiful hand colored copper engraving from 1748. Shows the town of Miyako in Japan and the surrounding areas. Text in French. 14x10 in. $200




208jpn:
1891 Hand colored wood engraving featured in The Illustrated News of the World and titled, "The Recent Earthquake in Japan." Top image shows the Railway Line Near Kobe and bottom image shows, Yebisu-Bashi, Osaka.
16 x 11 in. $50


 
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