China, Qing Dynasty: Gilded Buddha Akshobhya.

China, Qing Dynasty: Gilded Buddha Akshobhya.

Qing Dynasty, Chinese Bronze-Buddha Akshobhya, fire-gilded.

3,2 x 2,2 x 4,4 inches (83 x 53 x 110 mm), 290 gram.

The gilding is partly worn out but intact on the larger part of the figure.

The content in the body oft he Buddha is still existent, the base-plate is uneven.
The Object comes from the important Dr. Walter Heihs collection.

Buddha Akshobhya, “the Unshakable”, is the Buddha touching the Earth with his right hand, while his left hand is resting in his lap to accept alms.

This position is known as the Bhumisparsha Mudra.

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Imperial China Hukuang Railways Gold Bond from 1911

Imperial Chinese Government Hukuang Railways Gold Bond

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Imperial Chinese Government Hukuang Railways Gold Bond from 1911.
Decorative stock certificate from the Imperial Chinese Government, 5% Hukuang Railways Sinking Fund Gold Loan for £20.

Vignette of a locomotive and ornate border around it, biggest part of coupons still exist.

Issued by Banque De L’Chine in Paris.

Horizontal center-fold, very fine condition (in terms of scripohily). Clean and vivid colors. It stands out when framed.

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Antique Chinese Scoll. Landscape Painting on Silk

Chinese Scroll Painting. Landscape on Silk

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Old Chinese painting, ink and color on silk. Atmospheric landscape painting with monastery in the mountains, waterfall, boat. Decorative. It is app. 100 years old.

Signed: Wang Zihui. (it is not be the important painter of the 17. Ct with the same name).

Size: 38″ x 18.75″ (image size) 47 (58) x 98 (174). Mounted as screen with silk mat. Fine condition.

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Pair of Chinese Famille Rose Vases, Qing Dynasty

Pair of Chinese Famille Rose Vases, Qing Dynasty

Attractive pair of famille rose vases with floral décor (flowers and butterflies).

 

Blue square bottom mark Yong Zheng nian zhi 雍正年制, but produced later.

 

Height: 6,7 inches (17 cm). Good condition.

 

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China Qing Dynasty Leisure Seal by Cui Tian – 崔田篆刻

China Qing Dynasty Leisure Seal by Cui Tian

 

Qing Dynastie. Grey shou-shan leisure seal by the known seal carver Cui Tian 崔田.

4 characters as actual seal: 特立独行 te li du xing – be unconventional.

Side engraving with name of artist and date 1895.

14 x 14 x 43 mm, good condition

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Chinese Seal with Classic Text, Qing Dynasty. 岂为功名始读书

Chinese Seal with Classic Text, Qing Dynasty

Qing Dynasty, Chinese Seal: Marbled Shou Shan stone with 7 characters as actual seal: Qi wei gongming shi du shu – 岂为功名始读书 (How could one become of public importance without first reading books ).

Text, dedication, name of the seal carver, Bai Yuan, as side inscription.

1 x 1 x 4 inches (25 x 25 x 98 mm), 178 gram. Fine condition.

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