A selection of books and catalogues on Chinese archaeology
Lot 6237
A selection of books and catalogues on Chinese archaeology
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Property from the Jing Hai Tang Collection

The Jing Hai Tang Reference Library

The Jing Hai Tang reference library and collection was amassed by private collectors during their long residence in Hong Kong from 1970 to 2000. In addition to reference materials, they collected in a number of areas including ceramics, furniture and paintings during that dynamic period when Hong Kong rose to prominence as a leading center for the study and collection of Chinese art.
A selection of books and catalogues on Chinese archaeology
Including:
Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes, and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow, Michael Sullivan, Faber, London, 1963.
The Han Tomb No. 1 At Mawangtui, Changsha, two volumes, by Hunan Provincial Museum and Institute of Archaeology, Academia Sinica, Wen Wu Press, Beijing, 1973.
Archaeological Finds from Pre-Qin Sites in Guangdong, Guangdong Provincial Museum, the Art Gallery, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 1984.
Archaeological Finds from Han Tombs at Guangzhou and Hong Kong, Guangdong Provincial Museum, the Art Gallery, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 1984.
Archaeological Finds from the Five Dynasties to the Qing Periods in Guangdong, Guangdong Provincial Museum, the Art Gallery, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 1989.
Gems of China's Cultural Relics, [Zhongguo wen wu jing hua], Cultural Relics Publishing House, Wenwu chubanshe, Beijing, 1990.
Gems of China's Cultural Relics, [Zhongguo wen wu jing hua], Cultural Relics Publishing House, Wenwu chubanshe, Beijing, 1992.
Gems of China's Cultural Relics, [Zhongguo wen wu jing hua], Cultural Relics Publishing House, Wenwu chubanshe, Beijing, 1993.
New Perspectives on Chu Culture During the Eastern Zhou Period, Thomas Lawton, ed., Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Princeton University Press, 1991.
Teng-Hsien: an Important Six Dynasties Tomb, by Annette L. Juliano, Artibus Asiae, Switzerland, 1976.
The Chinese Bronze Exhibition, brochure.
Treasures from the Tombs of Zhong Shan Guo Kings: An Exhibition from the People's Republic of China, Tokyo National Museum, Japan-China Cultural Exchange Association, 1981.
An Important Private Collection of Southeast Asian Bronzes and Chinese Tomb Sculptures, Jonathan Tucker, Antonia Tozer, Asian Art, London, March 16, 2012.
The Marcel and Chantal Gerbe Collection, Galerie Christian Deydier, New York, March 16, 2012.
Jinguo Ji ben jian shi gong cheng zhong chutuwenwu zhanlan tulu, two volumes, Beijing, 1954. [15]
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