Mirrors of this type are illustrated in Zhongguo Qingtongqi Quanji - 16 - Bronze Mirrors, Beijing, 1998, p. 10, no. 10, excavated in 1952 at Changsha, Hunan province; Ancient Bronze Mirrors from the Shanghai Museum, Shanghai, 2005, 1998, pp. 100-1, no. 15 (16.5 cm.); one from the Sumitomo Collection in the exhibition catalogue, Chinese Bronze Mirrors, Sen-Oku Hakuko Kan, Kyoto, 8 January - 6 March 2011, p. 15, no. 13 (20.3 cm.); and one illustrated by Ju-hsi Chou, Circles of Reflection: The Carter Collection of Chinese Bronze Mirrors, The Cleveland Museum of Art, 2000, p. 28, no. 6.