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  • Stamp This post has image ( China & Japan ) - Kristof Toth - Jan 03, 2021 (09:52 AM)
    • Re: Stamp - I.Nagy - Jan 03, 2021 (07:08 PM)
      • Re: Stamp This post has image - Kristof Toth - Jan 05, 2021 (06:38 AM)
        • Re: Stamp - I.Nagy - Jan 06, 2021 (06:06 AM)
          • Re: Stamp - Kristof Toth - Jan 07, 2021 (01:59 PM)
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Posted By: Kristof Toth Sun, Jan 03, 2021 IP:

Good afternoon,

At first, Happy New Year to everyone, then do you have any idea, who's stamp it is?
I'm not an expert, but I like the beautiful pieces of art. Even the European or the orientals.

Thanks a lot for your help,

K Tóth

Subject:Re: Stamp
Posted By: I.Nagy Sun, Jan 03, 2021

Dear Kristóf !

Seal reads,
百居廔 - Bai Julóu - Chinese - Baek Gi-Ru - Korean
It is an unidentifiable surname and given name.
Without showing he whole picture with inscriptions, signature etc. (if any) I can't say anything more.


Subject:Re: Stamp
Posted By: Kristof Toth Tue, Jan 05, 2021


Thanks for your help. So here we go, the attached file is the picture.

Have a good day,


Subject:Re: Stamp
Posted By: I.Nagy Wed, Jan 06, 2021

Dear Kristof,

Thank you for the picture. However, we are none the wiser for it. On thing is sure, that it is Chinese.
Judging from the screen, it looks like a print.

With regards,

Subject:Re: Stamp
Posted By: Kristof Toth Thu, Jan 07, 2021

Good evening,

So I don't thinkso. It seems to be a painting, on silk. The picture quality is so pure, because of the limit of the forum. If you would like to have a better quality, I would send you a PM.

Best regards,


Subject:Re: Stamp
Posted By: mikeoz Sun, Jan 03, 2021

We really need the vast experience of I Nagy here to decipher this seal. The first two characters and easy enough, I think. Bai means 100 ; Ju means a residence or place ; but Lou has defeated every dictionary I own, including my 1912 Giles two volume. A character seemingly without meaning, except possibly as a phonetic. Google translates it as "groan".


Subject:Re: Stamp
Posted By: peter Mon, Jan 04, 2021

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