Eiji hayamanabi. [Alphabet and penmanship manual.]

Tokyo, Osaka, & Kyoto: Shisho-do, 1871. Small 8vo (approx. 7"x 5"), 16 leaves plus printed endpapers folded and sewn in the Japanese manner, xylographically printed throughout, orig. gray paper wrappers, printed paper label on cover; wrappers worn, but generally good and sound throughout, with one small illustration in the text showing the proper method of holding a pen. Includes 6 pp. of alphabets, 6pp. of Roman and Arabic numbers, and 18 pp. of penmanship and ligature examples all for the instruction of the Japanese student learning to write Western characters. Item #21887

Price: $500.00

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