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A short history of Kakiyemon potte[r]y

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A short history of Kakiyemon potte[r]y

by Kakiemon Pottery Company, JSC

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About This Item

Nangawara (Saga-ken, Kyushu), 1950     ¶ A scarce promotional pamphlet written in earnest English, probably for Westerners visiting Japan during the Allied Occupation 1945-52: "We sincerely hope to have a special regard and we should be pleased if our articles are worthy of being added to Your goods."   ||| Collation: 256 x 187 mm irregular: Two leaves, paginated 1-3 [4 blank]. Text hectographed or mimeographed from manuscript fair copy.  Binding: Printed wrappers, map on lower wrapper recto.  Condition: Three lateral creases, withal a very good copy of a scarce and fragile pamphlet. .

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Bookseller
Jay Dillon Rare Books + Manuscripts US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
000428
Title
A short history of Kakiyemon potte[r]y
Author
Kakiemon Pottery Company, JSC
Book condition
Used
Binding
Paperback
Place of Publication
Nangawara (Saga-ken, Kyushu)
Date published
1950
Keywords
Kakiemon Pottery Company JSC A short history of Kakiyemon pottery Nangawara Nangawarayama Arita-go Saga-ken Kyushu Japan ceramics Sakaida
Bookseller catalogs
ABE current; ¶ current; Art;

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wrappers
The paper covering on the outside of a paperback.  Also see the entry for pictorial wraps, color illustrated coverings for...[more]
recto
The page on the right side of a book, with the term Verso used to describe the page on the left side.
Fair
is a worn book that has complete text pages (including those with maps or plates) but may lack endpapers, half-title, etc....[more]
leaves
Very generally, "leaves" refers to the pages of a book, as in the common phrase, "loose-leaf pages." A leaf is a single sheet...[more]

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