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English: "Jiuxiao Huanpei" 《九霄環佩/九霄环佩》€‹, the famous Tang Dynasty qin in the Fuxi form by qin maker Lei Wei. Image from a photograph from a friend in China.
Date 2005-08-25 (original upload date)
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