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The number of completed woodblock prints *ukiyo-e •‚¢ŠG, (including all the individual blocks to build up a complete image) that a printer could print in one day. This was generally considered to be about two hundred, and the first two hundred or so impressions, called the first printing, shozuri ‰ , and executed under the supervision of the publisher and artist, are especially prized by collectors. It is believed that the total number of completed versions of some prints from the extremely popular series From the Fifty-three Post-stations along the Toukaidou Highway, Toukaidou gojuusantsugi no uchi “ŒŠC“¹ŒÜ\ŽOŽŸ”V“à (published by Hoeidou •Û‰i“°, c. 1833-34) by Utagawa Hiroshige ‰ÌìLd (also known as Andou ˆÀ“¡ Hiroshige, 1797-1858) reached fifty hai ”t (about ten thousand impressions), and perhaps even one hundred hai (about twenty thousand impressions).
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