AN ALBUM
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AN ALBUM

CONTAINING TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHTY PAINTINGS, 19TH CENTURY

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AN ALBUM
CONTAINING TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHTY PAINTINGS, 19TH CENTURY
Ink and colour on paper, mounted on paper in a hardback album, with leather binding, depicting a series of scenes from Chinese daily life including trades, customs and transportation methods in late Qing China
14in x 9¾in (35.5cm x 24.8cm)
Provenance
Previously in the collection of James Russel Brazier, Chief Secretary of the Imperial Maritime Customs, China, from 1899. His daughter Helen Hope Brazier (1899-1999) (who had the book S. Hoe, Women at the Siege, Peking 1900, Oxford, 2000, dedicated to her memory as 'the last survivor of the Western women in Peking' at the time of the Boxer Rebellion).
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VAT rate of 5% is payable on hammer price and at 17.5% on the buyer's premium.

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