A group of eleven Chinese bottle books and exhibition catalogues
Moss, Hugh M. Snuff Bottles of China. London: (23 Bruton La., W. 1), Bibelot Publishers Ltd, 1971.
Moss, Hugh M. Chinese Snuff Bottles of the Silica or Quartz Group. London: (23 Bruton La., W.1), Bibelot Publishers Ltd, 1971.
Perry, Lilla S. Chinese Snuff Bottles; The Adventures & Studies of a Collector. Tokyo: C.E. Tuttle Co, 1961.
Ma Zengshan. Inside-Painted Snuff Bottle Artist Ma Shaoxuan (1867-1939): A Biography and StudyBaltimore, MD: International Chinese Snuff Bottle Society, 1997.
Oakland Museum. Pi Yen Hu: The Chinese Snuff Bottle. Oakland, Calif.: Oakland Museum, 1981.
The Au Hang Collection of Chinese Snuff Bottles. Scarborough, Ont: Jihu Jingshe, 1993.
National Palace Museum (Taipei). Gu gong bi yan hu xuan cui = Masterpieces of Chinese snuff bottles in the National Palace Museum. Taibei: Guo li gu gong bo wu yuan, 1974.
Christie, Manson & Woods. An Exhibition of 100 Selected Chinese Snuff Bottles from the J & J Collection: To Be Held at Christie's ... 11-16 October 1987, During the 19th Annual Convention of the International Chinese Snuff Bottle Society. London: Christie, Manson & Woods, 1987.
Li, Raymond. The art of imitation in Chinese snuff bottles. Kowloon, Hong Kong: Nine Dragons, 1985.
Ko family. The Ko Family Collection of Chinese Snuff-Bottles: All Collected in China between 1920 and 1943 ... Will Be Sold at Auction by Christie, Manson & Woods ... on Monday, June 14, 1971. London: Christie, Manson & Woods, 1971.
Chinese University of Hong Kong. The Imperial connection: court related Chinese snuff bottles: the Humphrey K.F. Hui Collection. Hong Kong: Art Museum, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1998.