By Foreword Heil; Preface-Sieichiro Takahashi Walter
San Francisco: M. J. De younger Memorial Museum, 1951. solid paperback, binding tight, rubbing on backbone and floor, small tears in edges of covers, mild soiling. inside pages fresh, no put on, Black and white pictures of eastern paintings. Collectible from WW2 Peace Treaty signing. artwork, pottery, armor, furnishings, textiles, mask, sculpture.approx. a hundred pgs. paintings. AR703639. First variation. Paperback. sturdy. quarto - over nine
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