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THE VEGETABLE SELLER Ca.1897-1900 T. ENAMI Glass Slide from a Stereoview.

THE VEGETABLE SELLER Ca.1897-1900 T. ENAMI Glass Slide from a Stereoview.

Hand Color Example -- I like how the baskets get progressively bigger, drawing your eye toward them

Hand Color Example -- I like how the baskets get progressively bigger, drawing your eye toward them

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THE STONE CARVERS  Ca.1897-1900 T. ENAMI Glass Slide from a Stereoview.

THE STONE CARVERS Ca.1897-1900 T. ENAMI Glass Slide from a Stereoview.

BOYS WILL BE BOYS -- Future Samurai Getting in Some Practice  From a Sample Set of Classic Meiji and Taisho-era Japan Stereoview and Lantern-Slide images by Japanese Photographer T. ENAMI (1859-1929).

BOYS WILL BE BOYS -- Future Samurai Getting in Some Practice From a Sample Set of Classic Meiji and Taisho-era Japan Stereoview and Lantern-Slide images by Japanese Photographer T. ENAMI (1859-1929).

THE SKILLED BRONZE WORKERS OF OLD JAPAN -- Metalic 3-D Glowing in the Shadows of a Kyoto Workshop  1906 stereoview by British photographer Herbert Ponting. This is one of his final images taken before leaving Japan for the last time.   The hard working artisans seen here are in a finishing room of the NOGAWA BRONZE WORKS of Kyoto. These superb lanterns are being fabricated for the KOYA-SAN TEMPLE.

THE SKILLED BRONZE WORKERS OF OLD JAPAN -- Metalic 3-D Glowing in the Shadows of a Kyoto Workshop 1906 stereoview by British photographer Herbert Ponting. This is one of his final images taken before leaving Japan for the last time. The hard working artisans seen here are in a finishing room of the NOGAWA BRONZE WORKS of Kyoto. These superb lanterns are being fabricated for the KOYA-SAN TEMPLE.

Felice Beato   British, Japan, 1868   Hand-colored albumen silver print

Felice Beato British, Japan, 1868 Hand-colored albumen silver print

Informal portrait of a young woman in kimono.  Hand-colored photo, 1890’s, Japan.  Photographer K. Tamamura

Informal portrait of a young woman in kimono. Hand-colored photo, 1890’s, Japan. Photographer K. Tamamura

Kobe, 1906. Entertainment for the children was not forgotten during the New Year celebrations of the Meiji Period (1868-1912). While most of the other customs in this series are still observed, this scene seems to have vanished. This image is part of The New Year in Japan, a book published by Kobe-based photographer Kozaburo Tamamura in 1906.

Kobe, 1906. Entertainment for the children was not forgotten during the New Year celebrations of the Meiji Period (1868-1912). While most of the other customs in this series are still observed, this scene seems to have vanished. This image is part of The New Year in Japan, a book published by Kobe-based photographer Kozaburo Tamamura in 1906.

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