A similar bronze tiger-form belt hook with more compact body is illustrated by J. F. So and E. C. Bunker, Traders and Raiders on China's Northern Frontier, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, 1995, p. 169, no. 95, where a very similar belt hook, recovered from a site in northern Hebei province, and illustrated in Wenwu chunqiu 1993:2, p. 33, fig. 13.7, is mentioned. Another related tiger-form belt hook with more compact body is illustrated by A. Salmony in Sino-Siberian Art in the Collection of C.T. Loo, Paris, 1933, pl. XIX, no. 1.