Chinese Tongzhi question

Discussion in 'Antique Discussion' started by Jose Deleon, Aug 11, 2020.

  1. Jose Deleon

    Jose Deleon Active Member

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  2. aaroncab

    aaroncab in veritate victoria

    I don't see this mark anywhere on Gotheborg as Tongzhi... how have you determined that it is a Tongzhi period mark?

    In any case the mark appears to be stamped which would likely place it later than Tongzhi.
     
  3. Jose Deleon

    Jose Deleon Active Member

    Is one real similar on the site the person got it from said it's tongzhi. There's a write up where I can't find when Chinese started using seals rubber mark over hand written I forgot. I'll try to find
     
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  4. Jose Deleon

    Jose Deleon Active Member


    Lower left corner looks similar the rest doesn't. I messaged the seller on how and who gave him tongzhi.
     
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  5. Jose Deleon

    Jose Deleon Active Member

    Correct reading of the mark: 景鎮焦啓豐造 [Jingzhen Jiao Qi Feng Zao] ‘Made by Jiao Qifeng in Jing(de)zhen’. Late Qing – early Republican era.

    Thanks to Sergey
     
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