A number of late Warring States period gold openwork and repoussé plaques featuring a tiger and its prey have been excavated, including one unearthed at Tianzi, Liangchengdun County, Inner Mongolia, and now in the collection of the Inner Mongolia Museum, Huhehaote, published in Zhongguo meishu quanji: Gongyi meishu bian 5, Qingtongqi, xia [Complete Series on Chinese Art: Arts and Crafts, vol. 5, Bronzes, Pt. 2], Beijing, 1986, pl. 164; and another of the same date and in the same collection, published in Zhang Jingming Zhongguo beifang caoyuan gudai jinyinqi [Ancient Gold and Silver Works from China's Northern Steppe], Beijing, 2005, pl. 26. See also a contemporaneous bronze example from the A. Stoclet Collection, Brussels, published in Sueji Umehara, Shina-kodo seikwa / Selected Relics of Ancient Chinese Bronzes from Collections in Europe and America, vol. 2, Osaka, 1933, pl. 127a.
Harry Geoffrey Beasley was a Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute (England) and founded the Cranmore Ethnographical Museum.