Chinese Leisure Seal. Attractive Furong Shou Shan. 4 Characters

Chinese Leisure Seal. Attractive Furong Shou Shan. 芙蓉寿山石

Beautiful Chinese seal made of Furong Shou Shan Stone 芙蓉寿山石, beige -red, with lotus leaves and lotus flower as handle. Engraved are 4 characters: Wen Wu shuang Quan 文武双全( Literature and the art or war are both perfect kinds of art). Side carving with the name of the seal carver.

1,3 x1,4 x 2,8 inches (33 x 35 x 70 mm), 173 gram, very fine condition.

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业奉棋 鼻烟壶. Desirable, beautiful Crystal Rock Snuff Bottle by Ye Fengqi

Crystal Rock Snuff Bottle, inside Painting, Ye Fengqi.

 

Desirable, beautiful crystal rock snuff bottle by Ye Fengqi, a son of master Ye Zhongsan and brother of the also famous Ye Xiaofeng.
The snuff bottle comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. 2,5 x 1,2 x 3,4
inches.

One side of the bottle shows the poet Li Taibo with a pupil. At the reverse is a dedication to the famous master of Peking Opera, Shang Xiaoyun (1900-1976), an important actor of Dan-roles.
Signed Ye Fengqi, 1931.

Coral stopper, Silver spoon. Fine condition.

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Qing Dynasty Seal: Fu Rong Stone. Very attractive. 石科印章

Qing Dynasty Seal: Fu Rong Stone. Very attractive.


Very attractive Chinese Seal from Qing-Dynasty. Fu-Rong stone with handle in shape of old lotus leaves.

As actual seal engraved are 2 characters: Shuo Tang (great hall).

Side engraving with the name oft he artist: 石科 Shi Ke (zuo).

18 x 15 x 65 mm. 44 gram. Very fine condition.

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King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofía of Spain. Signed Photo, 1974

King Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofía of Spain signed Photo, 1974

 

King Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofía of Spain: b/w portrait photo (5 x 7 in.,13 x 18 cm) on cardboard with Royal crown ( 19,5 x 27 cm), signed by both in 1974.

The Autographs come with a Certificate of Authenticity.

The autographs come with a side letter and in the original cover with a violet „Casa de S.A.R. El Principe de Easpana“ – cancellation.

King Juan Carlos successfully oversaw the transition of Spain from dictatorship to parliamentary democracy.

Juan Carlos married Sophia of Greece and Denmark in 1962. The couple have three children and eight grandchildren.

Queen Sofía of Spain is the wife of King Juan Carlos I of Spain. By birth, she is a Princess of Greece and Denmark.

According to the Spanish Constitution, the monarch is also instrumental in promoting Ibero-American relations, the “nations of its historical community”.

In this capacity, the King of Spain serves as the president of the Ibero-American States Organization, representing over 700,000,000 people in twenty-four member nations worldwide. In 2008 he was considered the most popular leader in all Ibero-America.

Queen Sofía of Spain is the wife of King Juan Carlos I of Spain. By birth, she is a Princess of Greece and Denmark.

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Russo Japanese War Mocking Postcard, 1904

Mocking Postcard from Russo Japanese War 1904

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Russian-Japanese War: Decorative mocking postcard with Russian and Japanese boats, naval battle with Russian marines winning.

Used as postcard in 1904, Prague cancellation.

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Korean vintage. Postcard with Ninsen Cancellation. Peddlar.

Korean Water Pots Sellers. Postcard with Ninsen Cancellation.

Korean Water Post Sellers. Postcard with Ninsen Cancellation.

Old Korean postcard, depicting a seller of water pots. A huge wooden frame with huge water bowls on his back.
b/w postcard, bilingual text.

½ Sen stamp, tied by Ninsen (Chemulpo) Chosen 18. 7. 18 – cancellation.
Unused, fine condition.

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Barbers in the Streets of Tientsin. Postcard, Russian Post. 1907

Barbers in the Streets of  Tientsin. Postcard, Russian Post. 1907

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Chinese vintage postcard, depicting barbers and their customers in Tianjin (Tientsin).
Franked with an overprinted 5 Kopek stamp, Russian cancellation from 1907.
Neat writing, fine condition.

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Qing Dynasty Zi Tan Brushpot, signed

China, Qing Dynasty: Zi Tan Brushpot, signed

Qing Dynasty: Most attractive brushpot, made of heavy, dark rosewood, Zi Tan. Signed Wu Duming, 1844.

Diameter 5,5 inches (14 cm), height 6,2 inches (16 cm), weight 1,5 kg (!)

Carved at the front side are 2 warriors in heavy armor and a standard bearer. At the reverse a longer text in neat Xing-Shu is
engraved.
Very attractive brushpot, a really eye-catcher.

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