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|Description||A safe that formerly belonged to the Quong Tuck Company (the Seattle company founded by Chin Gee Hee, now at Wing Luke Asian Museum, International District, Seattle, Washington. According to en:User:Nlu, the lefthand writing on the safe means "May national treasure fill the storage," (I'm guessing that "May national treasure fill the coffer" would be more colloquial) and the righthand writing means, "May wide sources of wealth come in."|
|Date||7 October 2007|
|Source||Photo by Joe Mabel|
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Frontal picture of the safe: Image:Quong Tuck Company safe 01.jpg. Detail shots of the Chinese writing on the safe Image:Quong Tuck Company safe 02.jpg, Image:Quong Tuck Company safe 03.jpg (???? and ????, respectively).
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