Cf. other related multi-headed, multi-armed figures of Guanyin, one from the Fuller Memorial Collection in the Seattle Art Museum, illustrated by Munsterberg, Chinese Buddhist Bronzes, pl. 72; another dated to the Qing dynasty is in the Staatliche Museen Preubischer Kulturbesitz, Museum Fur Volkerkunde, West Germany, illustrated in Hai Hai-wai Yi-chen (Chinese Art in Overseas Collections), Buddhist Sculpture II, pl. 190. Compare also the gilt-bronze figure in a simliar posture, but with only twelve pairs of arms, in the Chang Foundation, illustrated by Spencer, Buddhist Images in Gilt Metal, no. 36.