File:Japanese boys wrestling ogata gekko.manga.e-hon.meiji period.test-scan.01.jpg

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English: Japanese boys wrestling; print, page from the e-hon series "Ogata Gekko manga", published annually during part of the Meiji era; by Ogata Gekko; Meiji era; test scan condition: paper is crinkled & stained, apparently from the orange book-covers
Date 18xx? Meiji era (late 19th to very early 20th century, annual publication)
Source scan of e-hon page
Author Ogata Gekko, scanned by User:Lx_121
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scanset of 2 volumes of e-hon series

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scanned at 12,800 dpi, 48-bit colour, scanbed is approximately 14"x7"; jpg file was compressed during scan-save

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scan of e-hon page

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