IF YOU CAN IMPROVE ON MY GOOGLE CHINESE TITLE (HELP WOULD BE MOST APPRECIATED) - NOW EXACTLY WHERE IS ANTUNG MANCHURI NOW? IT WOULD BE NICE TO SEE THESE RETURN TO CHINA A UNIQUE SHOWCASE ITEM FOR A MUSEUM OR WEALTHY INDIVIDUAL.
SADLY I CANNOT SEND ABROAD - BUT CAN ARRANGE COURIER DELIERY TO ANY UK MAINLAND ADDRESS. THESE FLAGS ONCE FRAMED WHICH PROTECTED THEM OVER THE DECADES ARE SENT WITH THEIR ORIGINAL BACKING BOARDS AND ATTRIBUTION.
EACH FLAG IS 87cm by 110cm, LOOKS TO HAVE BEEN MOUNTED ON BOARDS AROUND 1920 BY BOOTS IN THE UK PROBABLY AFTER THE OWNER RETIRED BACK TO THE UK - WOULD EXPECT YOU TO FULLY RESTORE AND CONSERVE THESE FLAGS IN CONJUNCTION WITH A COMPETENT TEXTILE RESTORER PERHAPS MOUNT IN A NEW FRAME TO SHOW THEM FOR MAXIMUM IMPACT. After the death of the Emporor T'ung-Chih, the deposition of the Empire in November, 1911, and the accession of the Republic, these flags were presented to Captain R. Antung, December 1911', size of flag 87cm by 110cm. Wuchang Uprising an armed rebellion against the ruling Qing dynasty that took place in Wuchang (now Wuchang District of Wuhan), Hubei, China on 10 October 1911, beginning the Xinhai Revolution that successfully overthrew China's last imperial dynasty.