Artist Index: China


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Los 63China
Atlas de l'expédition de Chine en 1860

Auktion 118

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1.100€ (US$ 1,279)

Details Los merken

China. Atlas de l'expédition de Chine en 1860. Rédigé au dépot de la guerre d'après les documents officiels. 1 Bl. Mit 8 (3 doppelblattgroßen und 1 gefalteten) lithographischen Karten von Erhard Schieble. 52 x 38 cm. OHalbleinen (Rücken mit Fehlstellen, Vordergelenk angeplatzt, etwas stärker angeschmutzt und fleckig). (Paris, Imp. Lemercier), 1861-1862.
Der detaillierte kartografische Bericht dokumentiert die französisch-britische Militäroperation in China im Jahre 1860. Die Schlacht und der darauffolgende Sieg der alliierten Truppen führten zum sogenannten zweiten Vertrag von Tientsin, der die Öffnung weiterer Küstenstädte für Briten festlegte. – Wohlerhalten. Die Vorsätze stark leimschattig.

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Los 4023China
Views of Shanghai and Canton

Auktion 118

Ergebnis (inkl. Aufgeld) *
677€ (US$ 787)

Details Los merken

Photographer unknown. Views of Shanghai and Canton. 1890s. 3 albumen prints. Each circa 21,5 x 27,5 cm. Annotated in upper edge in ink, 2 mounted to board (time-stained in edges).

Some handling creases, otherwise in good condition.

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Los 4024 [*]China
View of the Jade Belt Bridge, Summer Palace, Peking, China

Auktion 118

Ergebnis (inkl. Aufgeld) *
492€ (US$ 572)

Details Los merken

View of the Jade Belt Bridge, Summer Palace, Peking, China. Circa 1900. Vintage hand-colored gelatin silver print. 55,7 x 39 cm. Distributor's Hartung Photo Shop Peking blindstamp in lower right corner, flush-mounted to board.

Slight wear in edges, otherwise delicately hand-colored and in near excellent condition.

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Los 4131China
Private souvenir album of a German officer stationed in China

Auktion 118

Ergebnis (inkl. Aufgeld) *
5.166€ (US$ 6,007)

Details Los merken

Private souvenir album of a German officer stationed in China. Circa 1911-1913. Circa 124 vintage collodion paper prints. Each circa 11,5 x 15,5 cm and reverse. Mounted to album boards (time-stained in edges), annotated in German in ink on album boards, bound in Japanese black lacquer album (some chips, spine missing) with painted genre scene on front cover, inside fly leaves with hand-painted Japanese genre scene and handwritten dedication in ink dated 1913 and signed Retzlaff.

Highly interesting album compiled by a high ranking German officer circa 1911-1913. The images include some rare photos of monuments and temples including the famous Treaty Temple, Tsingtau train station, pagodas, opium smokers, an old mill, religious figures near the Ming tombs, Chinese beauties, harbor scenes with war ships and daily rural life. Also includes street views of Tsingtau and panoramic views of Hong Kong and Port Arthur. The album also includes a group photograph of Prince Heinrich together with other Chinese high ranking officials. Prince Heinrich of Prussia, the Emperor's brother, had participated in the stationing of German protection troops after the original occupation of Kiauchou in 1897 under the leadership of Admiral von Diederichs. In this album he is seen visiting the region a year before the outbreak of World War I and the subsequent capture of Kiautschou by the Japanese. The armored cruiser "Gneisenau", which Heinrich travelled to China on, is also shown. The dedication on front flyleaf reads: Für hervorragende Leistungen beim Preisschießen am 3.1. 1913, drei Schuß, liegend freihändig, 150 m, 24 Ringscheibe, 68 Ringe.
Tsingtau, 15. 2. 1913 Retzlaff, Hauptmann u. …
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– Some prints with light surface rubbing or small spots, some faded, most very strong and clear images in very good condition.

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Los 4132China
Streetlife in Shanghai and one image of Nanking during the Second Sino-Japanese War

Auktion 118

Nachverkaufspreis
300€(US$ 349)

Details Los merken

Photographer/agency: Associated Press. Streetlife in Shanghai and one image of Nanking during the Second Sino-Japanese War. 1937-39. 6 vintage gelatin silver press prints. Most circa 20 x 14 cm and some larger. Two with agency stamp and all with English press text label affixed to the verso.

The Second Sino-Japanese War was a military conflict fought primarily between the Republic of China and the Empire of Japan from July 7, 1937-September 2, 1945. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7,1941, when the USA entered the war, it was a scene of the Pacific War and thus part of the Second World War. One image shows foreign residents barracading their homes with sandbags to protect against flying shrapnel. – Some with traces of use, one photo with punchholes in left edge, otherwise in good condition.

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Los 4036China
Panoramic view of the Shanghai Bund

Auktion 117

Ergebnis (inkl. Aufgeld) *
5.535€ (US$ 6,436)

Details

Photographer: Kung Tai (Gong Tai, active 1877-1890s). Panoramic view of the Shanghai Bund. 1880s. 8 albumen prints (each 19,5 x 27 cm., the whole panorama circa 19,5 x 218 cm.), mounted on board mounts, joined by cloth, folding concertina style into red half morocco cloth boards (edges rubbed) gilt upper cover with morocco label titled Shanghai Bund. Kung Tai. Photographer.
Terry Bennett History of Photography in China - Chinese Photographers - 1844-1879, Quaritch 2013, see pp 137-146. – The Kung Tai studio flourished from the late 1870s to 1890s. It produced important photographs and was perhaps the most popular commercial Chinese studio in Shanghai during this period, noted for its multi-part panoramas of Shanghai's Bund. – Some fading, especially in edges and along folds, some scuff marks/ surface rubbing, otherwise in good condition.

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Los 4037 [*]China
View of the Great Wall, China

Auktion 117

Ergebnis (inkl. Aufgeld) *
1.845€ (US$ 2,145)

Details

View of the Great Wall, China. Circa 1900. Vintage hand-colored gelatin silver print. 59 x 36 cm. Distributor's Hartung Photo Shop Peking blindstamp in lower right corner, flush-mounted to board.
Delicately hand-colored and in excellent condition.

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Los 4038China
Private souvenir album of China

Auktion 117

Ergebnis (inkl. Aufgeld) *
2.337€ (US$ 2,717)

Details

Private souvenir album of China. Circa 1907. Circa 50 vintage collodion paper prints. Each circa 17 x 12 cm and reverse. Mounted to album boards, bound in half canvas album (edges rubbed, spine damaged/cracked).
Very interesting album compiled circa 1907. The images include the beginning of the famous Peking-Paris rally 1907, some rare images of monuments and temples in a ruinous state, the Peking train station, pagodas and daily rural life. – Some prints with surface rubbing/buckling, some faded, otherwise some in good condition.

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Los 4131China
Souvenir album of Peking

Auktion 117

Ergebnis (inkl. Aufgeld) *
467€ (US$ 543)

Details

Souvenir album of Peking. 1920s. Circa 48 vintage gelatin silver prints. Each circa 8,5 x 14 cm and reverse. Inserted in album board slits, each with typed caption label below the images on the mount, bound in canvas album.
Most photos in very good condition.

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Los 4019China
Portraits of people of Peking

Auktion 116

Ergebnis (inkl. Aufgeld) *
1.169€ (US$ 1,359)

Details

Photographers: various Peking photo studios. Portraits of people of Peking. Circa 1900. 10 collodion paper prints and 1 gelatin silver print. Most circa 16,5 x 10,5 cm. Each mounted to studio board, some with photographer's name, title and date printed below the image on mount.

Most in very good condition.

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Los 4016 [*]China
Private souvenir album of a high ranking officer of the German community in China

Auktion 114

Ergebnis (inkl. Aufgeld) *
7.995€ (US$ 9,297)

Details

Private souvenir album of a high ranking officer of the German community in China. Circa 1908. Circa 330 vintage collodion paper prints (some gelatin silver prints). Various sizes, most 12 x 16 cm, some larger/smaller. Mounted to album boards, some annotated in German in pencil on mounts, bound in half canvas album (edges slightly rubbed).

A very comprehensive album beginning with group portaits of high ranking members of the Chinese upper class, the Empress Dowager Cixi, Zaifeng, Prince Chun with entourage. Also includes views of Beijing, various Chinese landscapes, temples, palaces, gateways, monuments and artworks, monks, Mandarines, views of the Chinese Wall, military activities and European soldiers and officers as well as market scenes. Two newspaper clippings document the burial ceremony of the Guangxu Emperor of China in 1908. The album was likely compiled some years after the Boxer Uprising. – Some prints with light surface rubbing/buckling, some faded, some with oxidation mirroring in edges, otherwise many in good condition.

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Los 4118China
Views of China

Auktion 114

Ergebnis (inkl. Aufgeld) *
1.353€ (US$ 1,573)

Details

Photographer unknown. Views of China. 1950s. Circa 100 vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver prints. Most circa 13 x 18 cm and some smaller.

Some with slight traces of use, otherwise in good condition.

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Los 4119China
Photos of a German merchant in Shanghai

Auktion 114

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1.353€ (US$ 1,573)

Details

Photographer: Leong Shang Woy and Lai Chong. Souvenir photos of a German merchant in Shanghai. 1912-13. 7 collodion paper and gelatin silver prints. Each circa 24 x 29 cm. 1 mounted to board (wear in edges), 2 with photographer's stamp and most annotated in ink in German on the verso.

Includes one smaller panorama of Shanghai by Leong Shang Woy and a group portrait of members of the China Export-Import Bank & Compagnie, Shanghai. – Creases in corners, some tears, oxidation mirroring and some fading in edges.

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Los 4029China
Private souvenir album, probably of a German weapons dealer

Auktion 113

Ergebnis (inkl. Aufgeld) *
5.412€ (US$ 6,293)

Details

Private souvenir album, probably of a German weapons dealer travelling in China. Circa 1900-1906. Circa 200 vintage collodion paper prints. Various sizes between 7 x 10 cm and 21 x 26 cm. Mounted to album boards, bound as leporello in black lacquer Japanese album (chipped in edges/corners, crack on back cover) with genre motif inlay (some pieces missing).

Apart from weapon demonstrations for high ranking Chinese officials (large-format photographs), the images show the arrival of German soldiers at the Peking train station as well as harbor scenes, street life in cities, temples, villages and landscapes in China. A small group shows destroyed Russian warships from the Russo-Japanese War and one shows a small Japanese submarine. – Some prints with light surface rubbing/buckling, some faded, some with oxidation mirroring in edges, otherwise many in good condition.

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Los 4113China
Second Sino-Japanese War

Auktion 113

Ergebnis (inkl. Aufgeld) *
677€ (US$ 787)

Details

Photographer/agency: Keystone. Second Sino-Japanese War. 1939. 28 vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver press prints. Most circa 16 x 22 cm and some smaller. Most with agency stamp and with German/French typed press text label affixed to the verso.

The Second Sino-Japanese War was a military conflict fought primarily between the Republic of China and the Empire of Japan from July 7, 1937 - September 2, 1945. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, when the USA entered the war, it was a scene of the Pacific War and thus part of the Second World War. – Some with traces of use, otherwise in good condition.

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