Cf. A. Joseph, Ming Porcelains, Their Origins and Development, no. 102 for a similar yellow dish with the same reign mark and E.E. Bluett, Ming and Ch'ing Porcelains, pl. IV, no. 6. Another very similar Hongzhi dish from the Avery Brundage Collection was included in the China Institute of America Exhibition of Ming Porcelains, 1970, Catalogue, no. 29. Cf. also the identical example in the Topkapi Saray Museum, R. Krahl, Catalogue, vol. II, Yuan and Ming Dynasty Porcelains, col. pl. 774, p. 447.