A very similar plaque is illustrated in Exhibition of Chinese Arts, C. T. Loo & Co., New York ,1941-1942, no. 207, identified as being from Jincun, and now in the collection of The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Two others are in the collections of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm and the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University. (Fig. 1) A larger example (14 cm. diam.) described as the gold veneer covering of a bronze plaque, dated Spring and Autumn period (770-476 BC), is illustrated by Simon Kwan and Sun Ji, Chinese Gold Ornaments, Hong Kong, 2003, pp. 150-51, pl. 13.