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Lot 140Jun'ichiro Sekino (1914-1988)
Two color woodcuts, signed, numbered 93/98 and 136/218, respectively, the first dated 1969 and titled in Japanese, in pencil, with full margins, framed.
Larger image 32 1/2 x 21 7/8 inches; 826 x 556 mm.

Sold for $1,000
Estimate $1,500-2,500

The first with lightstain, matstain, affixed with a few pieces of tape at sheet edges verso to top mat, printer's ink and foxing, some unobtrusive rubbing, some small areas uninked or with ink loss, a small area of glue residue in the blue at left, some unobtrusive printer's and other creases discernible verso, an area of abrasion top left verso, pale dampstain at bottom sheet edge verso.

The second with pale lightstain, affixed with glue along top sheet edge recto to top mat, some unobtrusive small pale foxing spots, printer's and other creases, top layer of bottom right sheet corner folded forward, some printer's ink verso, gluestaining at top edge verso.

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