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Ancient Tibetan seals

Updated: 2013-01-04 13:51
Padauk seal with Tibetan scripts, Sanskrit and frets engraved on its surface, during the Galdan Phobrang Authority in Tibet, Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).
Cloisonné seal, with a pearl-shaped handle, silver interior and patterns of cloud and dragon, used by Tibetan eminent monks, Qing Dynasty.
Ivory seal, with Liu Chang Shou Tu (a picture of six kinds of longevity, which is composed of stone, river, cypress, Lao Shou Xing (the god of longevity), crane and deer) engraved on its handle, during the Galdan Phobrang Authority in Tibet, Qing Dynasty.
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