KAWABATA Yasunari * NOBEL PRIZE HISTORIA
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YUSANARI KAWABATA. Sole Honorable Japanese Writer and Recipient of A NOBEL PRIZE - Laurette in Literature 1968 for His Novel " SNOW COUNTRY " These Numerically Rare and Commissioned Plate Engravings were Finalized Late 1971, Pencil Signed in English with Kawabata's Red Blood Stamp ( Lower Left Corner ) shortly before the tradgic Suicide in 1972, following Serious Illness ( Biography ) Many of The Engraved Plate Prints were Destroyed by Fire in The Beirut Studio of The Artist JULIANA SERIPHIM before Reaching Japan and KAWABATA'S Final Signing Ceremony. Shorewood Printers U.S. Project Publisher. Most of The Prints were Sold in Japan. WE PRESENT A VERY RARE PAIRING OF ABSOLUTELY PRISTINE VAULTED ENGRAVINGS, COMPLETE. Expensively Curator Framed in Linen Matting with Inner Surround on Acid Free Materials MUSEUM QUALITY. The Finest Materials Utilized in Proper Preservation and Finalized Framing. Lot Includes A Copy of The Nobel Prize Book with Kawabata's Acceptance Speech * Current Appraisal $ 4000-5000. as A Complete Set and Extremely Rare as such Today's Market. INQUIRIES Welcomed with Full Historical Detailed Return. ORIGINAL DOCUMENT CERTIFICATE of AUTHENTICATION. This Collection Suitable for Public Display or Donation to a University Library. Secure Parcel Handling. Signature Delivery Required. Maximum Insurance on Fed X Express Service Assignment * Possibly The FINEST KNOWN Complete Set in Existance of Less than 100 Originals. Reserve 2500-3000. The Set
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- Height: 26 inches
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- Black Pigment on Archive & Wove Paper