Subject:Re: Need help for two Japanese wood cut prints
Posted By: Stan Wed, Oct 11, 2017
You should keep your day job.
The Kunichika print appears to be in very good condition with no fading (the green area is still green - not faded to blue). Without better pictures (and I. Nagy's translation help to ID the series) of the 1st print, putting an accurate value is difficult. Consulting artelino.com's auction archive, Kunichika prints range from about $50 to $200 (plus a 20% buyers fee).
The Kunisada print appears to have significant losses in the upper left and other lesser condition problems. This makes it of little value to a collector. Framed it makes a decent decorative object. In very good condition, prints from this series sell in the range from $50 to $240 on the artelino.com site. I didn't find a sale for your print.
The double book page has little more than decorative value. Double book pages by famous artists like Hokusai or Hiroshige will get about $50 to $80 on artelino.com.