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Collection of books on Origami & Paper-folding  

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Collection of books on origami and paper folding, most in Japanese


Various places


Various dates


Thirteen volumes, including several signed works by Akira Yoshizawa. Other by Takahashi Haruo, Tokahama Toshie, Ksahara Kuihiko, etc. Various sizes, most cloth or boards in dust jackets.


  • Kunihiko, Kasahara. Origami 4. Stiff wrappers, dust jacket. 7th Printing. Tokyo, 1970.
  • Kunihiko, Kasahara. 100 Nostalgic Origami Crafts. Boards, slipcase. Signed by Kasahara. Tokyo, 1965.
  • Takahama, Toshie. Creative Life with Creative Origami. 2 volumes. Cloth, dj. Fifth printing of Volume 1; first edition of Volume 2. Inscribed by Takahama Tokyo in second volume to origami bibliographer Gershon Legman. Tokyo, 1970 & 1975.
  • Takahashi, Harou. Fun Origami and Cutting Paper. Pictorial boards, dust jacket. Tokyo, 1959.
  • Honda, Isao. The Japanese Art of Paper Folding. Cloth, dj. NY, [1959].
  • Yoshizawa, Akira. Origami Natural History. 2 volumes. Cloth, dj. Each volume inscribed by Akira Yoshizawa to origami bibliographer Gershon Legman.
  • Yoshizawa, Akira. Beautiful Origami: Creative Origami Works Collection. Cloth, dj. Inscribed by Yoshizawa to origami bibliographer Gershon Legman. Fourth printing. Tokyo, 1979.



  • Greschek, Hans. Wir Falten. Cloth-backed boards. Leipzig, 1961.
  • Lareo, Giordano. Papiro-Zoo. Stif wrappers. Inscribed to origami bibliographer Gershon Legman. Buenos Aires, 1941.
  • Legman, Gershon. Bibliography of Paper Folding. 8 Pages, self-wrappers. Two copies. [London, 1952].

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Some wear; overall very good and better.

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