Scene is desirable, with lots of people gathered at a bridge with water in the foreground. I do not know if the jizuri seal is present, since the woodblock is glued to the mat. It is NOT glued to the backing board, however. See last photo for light shining in the opposite direction and what, according to a woodblock print expert, could likely be the jizuri seal, which noticeably increases it's value.UPDATE: See also additional 2 photos, taken of back of woodblock. My expert friend now says "probably yes" to the jizuri seal being present. It would need to be removed from the mat by a restoration specialist. I can not guarantee if it is there.
Pricing it as a rare Yoshida, yet if I could confirm the seal, the price would be much higher. If it does not sell, I may take it to a restoration specialist and re list it.
9-1/4" X 14-1/8" sight/ not including mat and frame. 20-3/4" X 17-1/2" (size of original frame).