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07. Damask Cameo

Detail from the final double page of the Treaty showing signatures of the Plenipotentiaries of both countries - for Great Britain, Sir Henry Pottinger, and for China, Elepoo, Newchien and Keying - together with a fragment from the text of the Treaty relating to dues. (Treaty of Nanking 1842)

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08. Dawn Overlay

Second half of the Chinese Ratification of the Convention of Peking relating to naval use of Hong Kong waters, blended with the chop of the Tsungli Yamen and the Foreign Office cover. (Convention of Peking 1898)

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09. Old Rose Latticework

Chop of the Special Imperial Representative for British Affairs, Lofênghih, which was distinguished by its colour, purple, merged with the main Chinese text summing up the agreement between the two countries and confirming dates. (Convention of Peking 1898)

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10. Earth Interweave

Fusion of the Convention cover with the page in Chinese outlining terms of agreement, against a background of the chop of the Chinese Special Imperial Representative for British Affairs, Lofênghih. (Convention of Peking 1898)

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11. Indigo and Verdigris

Main page of the Treaty, signed by the Plenipotentiaries Sir Henry Pottinger, Elepoo, Newchien and Keying and mixed with a fragment from the main body of Chinese text. (Treaty of Nanking 1842)

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12. Appliqué Dance

Chop of the representatives of the Tsungli Yamen, or Chinese Foreign Office, with their member's signatures attached, Li Hung-Chang and Hsu Ting-Kuei, on a background of the first page of the Lease granting an extension of territory by lease for ninety nine years. (Convention of Peking 1898)

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