Rat considering a daikon radish, etc.
|Volume XII, 1878 (later) edition. Double-page diptych, each page with full margins, each image approx. 5" x 7".|
|Strangely shaped personages, including two plump children with their hair in Chinese-style bunches, and a rat in hakama-haori formal attire being enticed to view a scantily clad bifurcated daikon radish, which is being presented by a shady-looking character. The rat and the bifurcated daikon are symbols of plenty and fertility.|
|$180. the pair, postpaid and insured.|