SOLD! for $4,114.00.
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Chinese Qing Manchu Official's Winter Hat, Braided Queue and Accessories. 1st and 2nd items: Black wool and silk skull cap with upturned brim, the crown covered with a red twine fringe bound by a coral colored ball or finial bearing a shou (good luck) symbol, with a single-eye peacock feather attached by a white Peking glass cylindrical holder, together with a braided queue of hair. 3rd item: Pair of spectacles with bronze mounts and the original silk embroidered spectacle case. 6" L. 4th item: Black lacquer cylindrical document holder with the original silk cord. 16" L. Qing Dynasty, Late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Collection of Milligan College, Tennessee. The Asian Cultural Exchange Foundation, Inc. in Washington D.C. presented these items to Milligan College in May of 1970. Condition: Light wear to lacquer document holder. Condition: Light wear to lacquer document holder. Other items very good condition.