This coal 泸州股票配资fi泸州股票配资ne stone seal is an official seal of the Han Dynasty. It is a symbol of power at that time. It is worn by officials and can be rung on the sealing mud applied to official correspondence at any time. This is convenient to improve the efficiency of official business. At that time, most of the official slips were written on wooden slips or wooden slips, which needed to be kept confidential in the transmission process. Therefore, a seal was added to the binding rope of the wooden slips to seal the official seal to prevent unauthorized unsealing and to show the majesty of public power.
This official seal of Han Dynasty has been further reformed on the basis of inheriting the Qin system. From material selection to characterization, it has formed a graceful and dignified aesthetic orientation with the spirit of temple. It is an extensive and profound library of arts. The so-called "Yin Zong Qin Han" actually focuses on Zong Han and the classics of Han seal, which not only lays the foundation for the development of China's ancient seal system, but also embodies its rich connotation and canon style, nourishing almost all the Indian people since the Ming and Qing dynasties and becoming the only way for future generations to learn from seal cutting.
Six-sided seals handed down from ancient times are few in kind, so they are called six-sided seals together with the other five. A typical style of six-sided seals handed down from ancient times is white with edges, closely spaced at the top and loosely spaced at the bottom. Most of the vertical pens of the seals are long and drooping, with the ends tapering like hanging needles. Therefore, they have the common name of hanging needle seal. Although this style still has the advantages of stretching the meaning of the pen and matching the density. The rest of the pictures were printed from the warring States period to the Han and Wei dynasties. the Han dynasty was the most popular, also known as Xiao-shaped or pictographic printing. besides figures, birds and animals, motorcyclists, auspicious sheep, fish and geese, the four spirits of auspicious sheep (dragon, tiger, sparrow, (phoenix, turtle) and so on) were commonly printed. this kind of printing is also called "four spirits or five seals", so this seal is also called "six faces and five spirits seal".
This seal has a specification size of 4X4X2.6CM and a weight of 130g. It is also a rare official seal of the six sides of the Han Dynasty's fine coal and stone. The overall carving method is natural, sharp and vigorous. The seal is made of fine coal and the surface is clearly visible with bright asphalt and metallic luster. The three characters are reversed to form a new three-character seal. The whole is simple and unsophisticated, the Han Dynasty's private seal is natural as ink, and the seal is dull and elegant. It can be regarded as the most valuable treasure of the Han Dynasty's seal and has high collection and research value. It provides precious samples for the academic research of the six sides of the Han Dynasty's fine coal and stone seal.