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    • Title: The portraits of the 'Forty-seven Ronins' : with the biographical sketch of each 'Ronin'
      • Description: [54] p. in various pagings, [1] leaf of plates (folded) : ill. (chiefly col.] ; 26cm.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries. Special Collections
      • Imprint: Yokashama : Tanaka Umesaburo, [18--?].
      • Date: [18--?]
      • Call Number: NE1365 P82
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