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Diagram of a Papermaking Factory Ōji Seishi-Gaisha Ryakuzu
Ōji Seishi-Gaisha Ryakuzu

Diagram of a Papermaking Factory

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Ōji Seishi-Gaisha Ryakuzu ["Diagram of the Ōji Paper Company"]

Ōsai [Utagawa], Fusatane [Murai, Shizuma] [illustrated by]. 

Asakusa, [Tōkyō]: Tsunashima Kamekichi, Meiji 10 [1877].

 

A copperplate-engraved diagram of the different stages of papermaking at the Ōji Paper Company. The illustration depicts the paper mill the company built in 1875 in Ōji, Tokyo, and highlights the Western machinery used in the process. The illustrations are numbered and described with brief captions. The company, founded in 1873 by Shibusawa Eiichi, continues to this day as the Ōji Holdings Corporation, and is the third largest paper manufacturing company in the world.

 

One leaf, complete. Large, faint stain to head. Discolouration, marks, and creases. Binding holes to right margin. 37.7 x 52.6 cm.


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