Twenty-two Books on Chinese Ceramics, chiefly Ming Period, including Jenyns, Ming Pottery and Porcelain; Fujioka, Ming Dynasty; and Lion-Goldschidt, Ming Porcelain.
From the Estate of Peter L. Rosenberg
Jenyns Ming Pottery and Porcelain (1953 and 1958 editions), Cort Joined Colors, Pope History of the History of Ming Porcelain (2 copies), National Palace Museum Cheng-hua Period Porcelain, Chinese University of HK Legacy of the Ming, Brankston Early Ming Wares, Princesssehof Ceramic Museum Oriental Celadon, Joseph Ming Porcelaiin, Percival David Ming and Qing Monochrome Wares, Medley Ming Polychrome Wares, Chou Discourse on Hung Hsien Porcelain, Hobson Wares of the Ming (reprint), China Institute Ming Porcelain, Seattle Art Museum In Pursuit of the Dragon , National Palace Museum Hsuan-te Period Porcelain, National Palace Museum Early Ming Porcelain, Ceramic Art of the World Ming Dynasty, Lion-Goldschmidt Ming Porcelain.
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