1st item: Qing Dynasty Ancestral handpainted scroll depicting a male court official wearing a winter officer's hat with peacock feather, brown fur coat, and court necklace, and seated in chair upon a tiger rug. Image: 63-1/2" H x 33-1/2" W, Overall scroll: 95" L x 40-3/4" W. 19th century. Stored in hinged wooden box, 4" H x 4" D x 64" L. 2nd and 3rd items: Companion pair Qing Dynasty handpainted ancestral scroll paintings, one of elderly woman with elaborate head-dress, wearing multi-colored robe and seated in chair draped with silk, image: 17-7/8" L x 11" w, 39-3/4" overall length; second one of man wearing Qing official winter hat and rank badge, blue robe and seated in chair draped with silk, image: 17-3/4" l x 11" W, 34-3/4" overall length. 19th century. Provenance – The Estate of Eddie Jack Miller, Johnson City, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: Water damage, longest being 22" L. Scattered, minor scratches on torso. 3 small holes in upper right quadrant of image, largest is 1/8". 3 crease tears along edge, (not affecting image), longest is 3-1/4" L. 2nd & 3rd items: Both images with small scattered abrasions, mostly to background, few on faces. Some paper losses to edges of scroll.
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