From at least 1949 to 1951
C.T. Loo & Company, New York, from at least May 11, 1949 
Freer Gallery of Art, purchased from C. T. Loo & Company on November 28, 1951 
 See C. T. Loo's Approval Memorandum, with an annotation that the listed objects were left by Loo at the Freer Gallery on May 11, 1949, copy in object file.
 According to information on Archival Vault Card, Registrar Office, copy in object file.
- Previous Owner(s)
C.T. Loo & Company active 1908-1950
- Published References
- Dr. John Alexander Pope, Mr. R.J. Gettens, James Cahill, Noel Barnard. The Freer Chinese Bronzes. Oriental Studies Series, vol. 1, no. 7 Washington. cat. 16, p. 99.
- Chin wen tsung chi. Taipei. p. 2521.
- Chinese Art Recently Acquired by American Museums. vol. 6 Honolulu. p. 66, fig. 8.
- Harriet Griffiths. New Artists and Exhibitions. Washington, August 8, 1954. section E, p. 5.
- Virginia Kane. The Chronological Significance of the Inscribed Ancestor Dedication in the Periodization of Shang Bronze Vessels. vol. 35, pt. 4 Washington and Zurich. pp. 335-37, fig. 6.
- Bernhard Karlgren. Marginalia on Some Bronze Albums II. no. 32 Stockholm. p. 15, pl. 20b.
- Dr. John Alexander Pope. Bronze Culture of Ancient China by William Charles White: A Review. vol. 4 Washington and Ann Arbor. p. 436, pl. 1.
- Daniel Freeman. Shang Bronzes in the Freer Gallery of Art. Washington and Princeton. cat. 14.
- Collection Area(s)
- Chinese Art
- Web Resources
- Google Cultural Institute
- Rights Statement
Copyright with museum