Book/Printed Material San guo zhi yan yi tu. 三國志演義圖. / San guo zhi / Yi xiang tang hui xiang San guo zhi
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- San guo zhi yan yi tu.
- San guo zhi
- Yi xiang tang hui xiang San guo zhi
- Printer Huang Chengzhi probably lived in the late Ming Dynasty, but Sun Kaidi and Ma Lian believed printing was done in the Qing Dynasty. The first illustration has the seal of Huang Cheng of Xinan; the seal of the seventh illustration indicates that it was also printed by Huang Chengzhi. Includes an incomplete edition of San guo zhi printed by Yi xiang tang.
- This San guo zhi (History of three kingdoms) in the Yi xiang tang edition is imperfect, containing only 42 illustrations. The inscription in the first illustration reads: "Engraved by Huang Chengzhi of Xin'an." The seventh illustration has a similar inscription: "Engraved by Huang Chengzhi." The inscription of the eighth illustration reads, "engraved by Huang Shiheng." The famous book collector, Ma Lian (1893-1935), also had a fragmented copy of this work in the Yi xiang tang edition. Ma Lian and the literary critic Sun Kaidi (1898-1985) both considered this copy a Qing edition, but it is more likely from the Ming dynasty, as the engraver, Huang Chengzhi, lived in the late Ming dynasty. World Digital Library.
- Huang, Chengzhi, ke.
- Yi xiang tang, ke.
- Chinese Rare Book Collection (Library of Congress).
Created / Published
- [China] : Yi xiang tang, [between 1600 and 1644?]
- - Luo, Guanzhong,--approximately 1330-approximately 1400.--San guo zhi yan yi--Pictorial works
- - 罗贯中,--approximately 1330-approximately 1400.--三国志演义
- - In case with an incomplete edition of San guo zhi printed by Yi xiang tang.
- - Title from case.
- - Also available in digital form.
- - 此本僅存圖四十二幅，第一幅題:「新安黃誠之刻」，第七幅題:「黃誠之刻」，第八幅題:「黃士衡刻。」按遺香堂本三國志，馬廉有殘本，孫楷第與馬氏均定為清刻，然頗疑黃誠之為明末人也.
- - 殘一冊一函.
- 1 v. : all ill.
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Huang, Chengzhi, Ke, Ke Yi Xiang Tang, and Chinese Rare Book Collection. San Guo Zhi Yan Yi Tu. [China: yi xiang tang, between 1600 and 1644?, 1600] Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/2012402159/.
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Huang, C., Yi Xiang Tang, K. & Chinese Rare Book Collection. (1600) San Guo Zhi Yan Yi Tu. [China: yi xiang tang, between 1600 and 1644?] [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2012402159/.
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Huang, Chengzhi, Ke, Ke Yi Xiang Tang, and Chinese Rare Book Collection. San Guo Zhi Yan Yi Tu. [China: yi xiang tang, between 1600 and 1644?, 1600] Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2012402159/>.