Large finely cast hu of this richly ornamented type are in several collections, but on each of the vessels the combination of decoration varies. See the example in the Freer Gallery of Art, illustrated by J. Pope et al., The Freer Chinese Bronzes, Washington, D.C., 1967, vol. I, pl. 5; the hu in the Asian Art Museum of San Franciso, illustrated by R.L. d'Argencé, Bronze Vessels of Ancient China in the Avery Brundage Collection, 1977, pl. XIV (center); one in the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, published in Homage to Heaven, Homage to Earth, Toronto, 1992, pl. 43. Another is published by Wang-go Weng and Yang Boda, The Palace Museum: Peking, Treasures of the Forbidden City, New York, 1982, no. 50; and one is published in Masterworks of Chinese Bronze in the National Palace Museum, Taipei, 1974, no. 34. See, also, the example illustrated by J. Rawson, The Bella and P.P. Chiu Collection of Ancient Chinese Bronzes, Hong Kong, 1988, no. 5.