Nine Mostly Hiroshige Woodblock Prints, Japan, four from the series Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido, of various editions, including Fuchu, tate-e edition and Miya, chuban yoko-e edition; three by Hiroshige II (1826-1869) from the series Famous Places in Edo, including one signed Shigenobu; Picnic at Gotenyama, from the series Famous Views of the Eastern Capital; and a fan-shape woodblock print, depicting Mt. Fuji, with Yamadaya mark, mostly oban yoko-e unless stated otherwise.
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