Yamato Shinbun Supplements: no. 859

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, 1839-1892

Yamato Shinbun Supplements: no. 859, August 10 1889

censor's seal Teishin-sha ninka (Ministry of Communications authorization), carver's seal Enkatsu to, and publisher's date seal Yamato Shinbun, hachihyaku-gojukyu go furoku, Meiji nijuninen, hachigatsu, juka ([published by] Yamato Shinbun[sha], supplement no. 859, Meiji 22 [1889], August 10)

chuban tate-e 9 3/8 by 6 7/8 in., 23.7 by 17.4 cm

References:
Keyes 1983, pp. 472, no. 486; p. 486, no. 504
Segi 1985, p. 52, no. 60 (illus.)
Marks 2011, p. 282, no. 450; p. 360, no. 606
Schaap 2011, p. 166, no. 89

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