Our bi-monthly catalogues are also available for download as pdf (portable document format) files from the web site.

Our last regular list, number 201, was posted 23 September 2021; please scroll down if necessary to show the link.

Please note: the links below should trigger downloads of approximately 1-3 Mb each for the main lists.

At the request of a number of customers, from list 122 on we have made two regional-interest subsets of the main list available in pdf form - a Japanese interest sublist, and a list of items that are not primarily China- or Japan-related (i.e. Korea, SE Asia, Central and South Asia, etc.) The item numbers in these lists are the same as the item numbers in the main list. Please use these numbers when ordering. Note that these lists do not have all the editorial niceties of the main list.

link to pdf downloads

Hanshan Tang catalogue covers


NB: Full lists are c. 1-3 Mb downloads;
special interest lists are 100-200 Kb.

Download list 201 pdf

LIST 201.
special section:
Buddhist Art & Architecture.

LIST 201 ji Japanese interest only (8 pp).

LIST 201 ai not China or Japan (13 pp).

Download list 200 pdf

LIST 200.

LIST 200 ji Japanese interest only (7 pp).

LIST 200 ai not China or Japan (9 pp).

Download list 199 pdf

LIST 199.
special sections:
Collectors & English Ceramics.

LIST 199 ji Japanese interest only (8 pp).

LIST 199 ai not China or Japan (13 pp).

Download list 198 pdf

LIST 198.
special sections:
Furniture & Japanese Ceramics.

LIST 198 ji Japanese interest only (13 pp).

LIST 198 ai not China or Japan (5 pp).

We have pdf versions of catalogues from list 120 onwards and including the 900-item stock list we produced to coincide with this list. To receive the pdf version of these earlier catalogues, please contact us by email.

In most browsers and on most computer systems, the links above will download and open the files in 'Adobe Reader'. This software is now often pre-installed, however if it is not included on your computer system, you may download it free from:

There are many other pdf readers available, and on Macintosh computers, under OS X, pdf is more or less integral to the display system - the Preview application will display pdfs quickly and conveniently.