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A2991 Model of Yomeimon Gate at Toshougu Shrine, Nikko, Japan. No 67 in catalogue of Philp Charley sale. Click to enlarge.

Architectural model of Yomeimon Gate at Toshogu Shrine, Nikko

Made
Model of 'Yomeimon Gate' at Toshougu Shrine Nikko, No 67 in catalogue of Philip Charley sale

Summary

Object No.

A2991

Object Statement

Model of Yomeimon Gate at Toshougu Shrine, Nikko, Japan. No 67 in catalogue of Philp Charley sale

Physical Description

Model of 'Yomeimon Gate' at Toshougu Shrine Nikko, No 67 in catalogue of Philip Charley sale

Dimensions

Height

70 mm

Width

720 mm

Depth

590 mm

Production

Made

Notes

Maker unknown.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Major Philip Charley,1936

Acquisition Date

23 November 1936

Cite this Object

Harvard

Architectural model of Yomeimon Gate at Toshogu Shrine, Nikko 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 30 September 2020, <https://ma.as/177234>

Wikipedia

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