China Girl, Sycee Head Dress

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In August of 1853, Commodore Perry departed Lew Chew for China. The first stop was in Macao where he took a house for an extended stay. This lithograph is a view of a Chinese girl with a Sycee head dress that was from that visit.

The titles/lettering read:

  • From a Dage by E. Brown
  • P. Kramer delt
  • P.S. Duval & Co, Phila
  • China Girl - Sycee Head Dress

Couple of smudges just to right of the girl's face. Gum residue from binding in the right margin.

Landscape Format

Page Size (cm): 28.7x22.4cm

Image Size (cm): Width-16.3, Height-22.7 - Oval


Attribution: This lithograph has been positively confirmed to be from the Beverley Tucker, Senate Printing (1856), of the Narrative.

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