Condition: good for its age, with minor signs of wear, no restorations and no cracks in the rods. Lunn had an exciting diplomatic career and was posted 1910-18 in Oslo, 1918-24 in San Francisco, 1924-28 Melbourne and then finally Shanghai 1928-35.
He died one week after returning to Copenhagen in 1935. His wife, Ruth moved in to a house in Vedbaek, where the objects have been ever since.The item "ANTIQUE JAPANESE JAPAN HANDFAN BRISE FAN CALLIGRAPHY BAMBOO PAINTING 1900" is in sale since Monday, January 16, 2017. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Fans". The seller is "eternality" and is located in Malmoe. This item can be shipped worldwide.