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W. P. Yetts
W. P. Yetts

Works - Yetts, Walter Perceval

Bronzes: Bells, drums, mirrors, etc. Catalogue of the Chinese & Corean Bronzes, sculpture, jades, jewellery and miscellaneous objects : The George Eumorfopoulos Collection 2. London: Benn, 1929.

Bronzes: Ritual and other vessels, weapons, etc. Catalogue of the Chinese & Corean bronzes, sculpture, jades, jewellery and miscellaneous objects : The George Eumorfopoulos Collection 1. London: Benn, 1929.

Symbolism in Chinese Art. China Society (London England). [Leyden]: [Brill], 1912. http://archive.org/details/pts_symbolisminchineseart00reel_0688_0695.

Taoist tales. Parts I-III [Taoist Tales: A Rejoinder]. London?, 1900.

The cull Chinese bronzes. London: University of London Courtauld Institute of Art, 1939.

The legend of Confucius. London: The China society, 1943.

“West” and “East” and the Chou Dynasty. London: China Society, 1958.

Yett’s Shou Gao ([Yett’s 手稿) [Manuscript], 1800.

Contributions

Hopkins (Tr.), L. C., and Walter Perceval Yetts (Contr.). The Six Scripts or the principles of chinese writing by Tai T’ung. Cambridge: University Press, 1954.

Kiddell, A. J. B., and Walter Perceval Yetts, eds. Early Chinese bronzes from earliest times to the end of the Chou dynasty in B.C. 249. London: Oriental Ceramic Society, 1951.

Moule, Arthur Christopher, and Walter Perceval Yetts. The rulers of China, 221 B.C. - A.D. 1949 : Chronological tables | Compiled by A.C. Moule ; with an Introductory Section on the earlier rulers C. 2100-249 B.C. by W. Perceval Yetts. London: Routledge, 1957.