Why would a magazine like this be behind a print that would be made by or more? Tsuchiya, Koitsu Series: Sale date: The upper rectangle is the Doi Eiichi publisher seal. See the separate case study for this print. Exact dating however is not always. From a local estate of a person that lived in Japan in the s and s.
Here are the link of each one if it is not clear enough:
Dating koitsu prints
The color and impression are very strong with good bleedthrough. Left side, upper box reads "Doi Teiichi", right side "hanken shoju". Woodblock print. This print has an unusual watermark of DO-I in two vertical Kanji characters with 20 mm square size each, at the left middle of the oban sheet. This quotDoi Hangatenquot show the massive trunks of very rare.