Sacrifice manuscript

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Material
Polyester
How it's made
Machine-made
Where it's made
Taiwan
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The "Sacrificial Manuscript" is taken from the treasures of the two museums of the Palace Museum, "Hot Snow Time", "Sacrificial Manuscript", plus the hat-shaped design of the scorpion shape, so that you can wear God's work

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Sacrifice manuscript

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The word "God" on the hat is the word of the Emperor Qianlong on the "Quick Snow Spring Post". The Emperor Qianlong is very respectful and cherishes this post. He has written hundreds of times, so he is still on the subject. "God" word! "The Sacrifice Manuscript", the full name "The Sacrifice of the Sacrifice, the Good Man, the Dimension of the Ming Dynasty", is commonly referred to as "the Sacrifice Post" and "The Sacrifice Manuscript". It was written by Yan Zhenqing, a calligrapher of the Tang Dynasty. Later generations were hailed as "the first in the world" and "the second in the sky". The original works are now in the National Palace Museum in Taipei.

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