THE CULL CHINESE BRONZES. W. Perceval Yetts. London: University of London, Courtauld Institute of Art, 1939.
Of a limited edition and numbered set, three hundred twenty-ninth from three hundred fifty.
TOGETHER WITH: CHINA’S CULTURAL RELICS BRONZE DICTIONARY. Shanghai: Commercial Press, 1995; ANCIENT CHINESE BRONZES. Watson. London: Faber and Faber, 1962; EARLY CHINESE GOLD AND SILVER. Singer. New York: The China Institute in America, 1971; CHINESE BRONZES. 1983.
From the library of books and catalogues of a prominent Toronto Asian Art collector
Department: Asian Art