Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Book Sale!

I'm sure you know how hard it is to sell parts of your collections?
I've recently come to the conclusion that with a baby on the way I will need to let a lot of things go.
I'm not thrilled about it as I've spent years collecting my goodies but basically we don't have the space for them anymore.
So I started with books.
Pretty photo books.
Hard to find, only on YJA books.
just saying....

So get ready for some lovelies!
Right now I'll just be selling them privately through my Flickr and blog accounts to save on fees but if I have trouble moving things I'll list them on eBay.
( I realise some people feel more confident buying on eBay and I totally understand that too so they will eventually be for sale there.)
Of course, there's always Paypal's protection policy should something go wrong ( lost in post etc) but knock on wood that hasn't happened to me yet.

Miyako odori poster.
Is slightly creased but still would look really nice if framed and hung.

Katsuno as a maiko magazine cuttings $50USD

Kyoto Hanamachi by Mizobuchi Hiroshi -2002 $20USD
Kyoto Hanamachi by Mizobuchi Hiroshi -2005 $20USD
Kyoto Gion by Hiroshi Mizobuchi-1996 $20USD

One hundred views of maiko and geiko by John Foster- $50USD
Gion Ichisuzu- $45USD
Hannari Gion-Kobu- $40USD

Kyo Maiko--$80USD
Bacchus- $40USD
Magazine of maiko doing her make-up $40USD
Suzuha Playboy magazine- $40USD

The world of geisha by Kyoko Aihara- $20USD
2X KIE magazines ( Kateigaho International Edition) $15USD for both

1950's Japanese magazine and some old ikebana booklets. $15USD for the bundle

The kimono of the geisha diva Ichimaru- $30USD
East wind melts the ice by Liza Dalby- $15USD
Japanese prints by Gabriele Fahr-Becker -$20USD
Madame Sadayakko by Lesley Downer- $15USD

Mineko Sun Edition- $50

All prices are negotiable, will combine postage when possible.

So head over to my Flickr and have a browse. Once I have a hard chat with myself more things will be for sale so make an offer, the worse I can say is "it's not for sale at this point in time" but you never know.

Thanks for looking!

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