Scarce Postcard by Friedrich Schiff. Chinese Juggler Girl

Scarce Postcard by Friedrich Schiff. Chinese Juggler Girl

 

Chinese vintage postcard after a cartoon by Friedrich Schiff, an Austrian Jew who lived in Shanghai during the 1930s and 40s.
In 1930 Schiff visited Shanghai and ended up living there for 14 years,until 1947 when he moved to Buenos Aires.

His amusing caricatures of the city’s inhabitants, from beggars and expats to sailors and sing-song girls became famous world wide.

The Viennese Friedrich Schiff society (oegcf. Prof. Gerd Kaminski) has a huge collection of his paintings, drawings and cartoons and set up a permanent exhibition of his works.

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Pair of Qing Dynasty Plates on Stand, 18. Century 三星盘

China: Pair of Qing Dynasty Plates on Stand, 18. Century

Imperial China, Qing Dynasty: Pair of blue-white plates with 3 men on each. ” men are visiting a higher ranking official and present gifts. 2 bats symbolize good luck

Diameter: 6,1 inches ( 15,5 cm). There are a few minor knocks at the rim otherwise good condition.
The objects are from 18th century, Yong Zheng periode (1723-1736) 雍正青花盘, 民窑..

Plates with this motif are known as san xing pan 三星盘.

The stands are new.

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Old Chinese Photo. Coolies at Work. app. 1925

Old Chinese Photo. Coolies at Work. app. 1925

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Attractive, old, Chinese Photo depicting Chinese coolies as they saw through wooden trunks. app. 1925

5,8 x 4,1 inches (146 x 105 mm). Minor paper remnants for album at the reverse, Fine condition.

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Song Dynastie: Ceramic Bowl, 12./13. Ct.

Song Dynastie: Ceramic Bowl

China, Song-Dynasty 12./13. Ct. Glazed ceramic bowl, creamy light grey.

Diameter: 5.1 in (13 cm). Height 1.6 in (4 cm).

Pleasing condition (no blemishes, minor wear only).

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China: Antique Bronze, small Ding from the Qing Dynasty

China: Small antique Bronze, Ding. Qing Dynasty.

 

China: Attractive, small, 3-legged bronze, Ding. Warm, dark patina, minimal verdigris under the upper rim. The object is either from the early or Mid-Qing-Dynasty.

Diameter: 47 mm, Height: 40 mm, 60 gram. Minimal blemishes ( A small hole has been professionally restored, minor scratching at bottom ).

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Chinese Vintage Postcard with Prisoners and Western Soldiers

Chinese Prisoners and Western Soldiers. Vintage Postcard

Old Chinese postcard with 2 Chinese prisoners in Kangs and 6 western soldiers.
3 overprinted stamps.

From Shanghai to Tianjin to Poiters in France. Clear cancellations, good condition.

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瞿应绍 茶壶. Outstanding Qing Dynasty Teapot. Very attractive and unusual

China: Outstanding Qing Dynasty Teapot. Very attractive

 

Imperial China: Very attractive tea pot from the Mid Qing-Periode. Yixing-type, glazed, blue tines on dark brown subsurface. Floral decor, which almost looks like Art Deco. Square shape, unusual design.

Burned-in bottom seal: Hu Gong Ye Fu 壶公冶父. This refers to the famous producer of tea pots, Qu Yingshao 瞿应绍 (1780 – 1849).

Qu Yingshao’s works can be found in specialized books on antique Chinese tea post, his works are had to find, can be found in museums and are treasured among collectors.

7 x 4 x 5 inches. With guaranty that the object is older than 100 years.

The tea pot is in good condition, there are no cracks or fissures. At the bottom rim are 4 minor flaws. (Since the floral decor is convex, the borders of the deco- units easily can become chamfered)

The object really stands out when displayed since it’s design is so unusual and special.

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Cultural Revolution Poster Print Learn From Daqing 学大庆精神

China, Cultural Revolution: Authentic print depicting a poster by Ha Qiongwen (哈琼文), The title of the poster is xue Daqing jingshen (学大庆精神) grasp the spirit of the Daqing workers.

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Size: c. 13 x 18 cm (5 x 7 ½ inches). A few pinholes at top otherwise very good condition.
The Daqing Oil Field (simplified Chinese: 大庆油田), formerly romanized as “Taching”, is the largest oil field in the People’s Republic of China, located between the Songhua river and Nen River in Heilongjiang province.

The fact that Mao Zedong promulgated his Supreme Directive, In industry, learn from Daqing, in the 1960s reflects how important a role Daqing has historically played in industry in China.

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