This jar is remarkable for its height and girth and there are accordingly few comparable examples published. For a jar of 53.5 cm in the collection of the Nihon Mingeikan, Tokyo, see Nihon Mingeikan shozo Chosen toji mokuroku (Catalogue of Joseon-dynasty ceramics in the Nihon Mingeikan), pl. 48; and Rhee Byung-chang, Richo toji Yi Ceramics, in Kankoku bijutsu shusen Masterpieces of Korean Art (Tokyo: Privately published, 1978), no. 158. For other jars, see Samsung Art Museum, Joseon paekja jon (Exhibition of Joseon-dynasty white porcelain), Part 1, exh. cat. (Seoul: Samsung Art and Culture Foundation, 1983), no. 34.