[ Sir Chih-Chen Lo-Feng-Luh, Chinese ambassador to London during the Boxer uprising. ] Autograph Signature ('Chih Chen Lofengluh') given while in office.

Sir Chih Chen Lofengluh [ Sir Chih-Chen Lo-Feng-Luh; Sir Chihchen Lofengluh ] (c.1850-1903), Chinese ambassador to London during the Boxer Rebellion
Publication details: 
London; 2 January 1899.

On 6.5 x 11.5 cm piece of paper, cut from a larger document. In good condition, lightly aged. Reads: 'Chih Chen Lofengluh | 2nd. January 1899. | London'. There appears to be a circumflex above the 'en' of 'Lofengluh'. There are a variety of transliterated spellings for Lo-Feng-Luh's name. Lo-Feng-Luh was thoroughly anglicised. According to his (possibly syndicated) obituary in the Mercury, 15 June 1908: 'Sir Chih Chen Lo Feng-Luh, K.C.V.O., was Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the Emperor of China to Russia.

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