3089
3089
A COMPLETE SET OF FIVE PRINTED BOOKS OF IMPERIAL POEMS (YUZHI QUAN YUN SHI)
QING DYNASTY, QIANLONG PERIOD
Estimate
1,200,0001,500,000
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3089
A COMPLETE SET OF FIVE PRINTED BOOKS OF IMPERIAL POEMS (YUZHI QUAN YUN SHI)
QING DYNASTY, QIANLONG PERIOD
Estimate
1,200,0001,500,000
JUMP TO LOT

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A COMPLETE SET OF FIVE PRINTED BOOKS OF IMPERIAL POEMS (YUZHI QUAN YUN SHI)
QING DYNASTY, QIANLONG PERIOD
ink on paper, the complete set comprising of five books of imperial poems compiled by the Qianlong Emperor, recording the myths and early establishment of the Qing Empire and commentary on emperors of the previous dynasties, each book of poems composed in accordance with the different tones in the ancient rhyming system (pingshui yun), the last book with a mark reading Zhejiang xuezheng chen Peng Yuanrui gonglu chongkan (Respectfully reprinted by the academic official Peng Yuanrui in Zhejiang), seal of Prince Zhuang, each book thread-bound with navy covers in an embroidered textile case
each album 32.7 by 19 cm, 12 7/8  by 7 1/2  in.
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Literature

Zhongguo guji shanben shumu [Bibliographies of Chinese ancient rare books].

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