Rise-in-Rank and Bring-in-Emoluments Civilian Door Guard

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    In this right-hand print of a pair of civilian door guards, the official holds an image of a deer on a tray. The deer (lu) expresses wishes for emoluments (lu) and longevity; above, five red bats enclose a small official cap. The bats (wuhongfu) represent the ‘five great happinesses’. The mate to this print is Five- Happinesses and Longevity Civilian Door Official.

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    Details: Rise-in-Rank and Bring-in-Emoluments Civilian Door Guard, woodblock print on paper, Qing dynasty, early 20th century, Yangliuqing, China. (c) The Trustees of the British Museum

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