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Report of a Visit to the Central Silk Districts of Japan

by F. O. Adams, Esq.

Report of a Visit to the Central Silk Districts of Japan by F. O. Adams, Esq.

Report of a Visit to the Central Silk Districts of Japan by F. O. Adams, Esq.

Scarce, early booklet describing a visit to one of the main silk districts in Japan. Adams was accompanied by a man named Wilkinson as well as three French men, E. Piquet, P. Brunat, and J. Davison. Brunat helped to establish the Tomioka Silk Mill in 1872.

 

Yokohama. Printed at the Japan Times Office. 1869.

 

25pp[1]. 22 x 17cm.

 

In good condition. Light crease running down the centre. Some wear and minor spotting to front cover. Internally very good.

 

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Report of a Visit to the Central Silk Districts of Japan
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