Sanpo jikata taisei Volume 1 / BJ259-161
Sanpo jikata taisei Volume 1 / BJ259-161
Sanpo jikata taisei Volume 1 / BJ259-161
Sanpo jikata taisei Volume 1 / BJ259-161
Sanpo jikata taisei Volume 1 / BJ259-161
Sanpo jikata taisei Volume 1 / BJ259-161
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Sanpo jikata taisei Volume 1 / BJ259-161

Sanpo jikata taisei Volume 1 / BJ259-161

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Type : Woodblock print book
Topic : A handbook for local control (territorial control) in the Edo period. Illustrated with knowledge of land surveying, land surveying, civil engineering works, and land surveying equipment.
Title : Sanpo jikata taisei Volume 1
Author : Akita Yoshikazu
Artist : Unknown
Publisher : Kitajima Jyunshiro
The estimated Period : Edo period (1837)
Material : Paper
Book Dimensions : 249mm x 172mm, thickness 7mm (9.8in x 6.8in, thickness 0.3in)
Weight : Total 94gram (3.3oz)
Page : Total number of pages is about 66. (about 7pages of illustrations + text pages)
Condition : Antique item; (damaged by tear, spot, dirt, scribbles, worm-eaten holes, etc...) Please view pictures as they are a part of the description.

The work is not a modern reproduction, but an actual one which had been printed in 1837(estimated).