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Deng Shiru's Seal
Seal

Origin

Deng Shiru

Type

Wax Seal

Effects

Creates a near impenetrable seal, preventing anyone but the intended receiver to break

Downsides

None Identified

Activation

Sealing a letter

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

731185-6814

Shelf

48572-6873-500

Date of Collection

1777

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OriginEdit

Deng Shiru (1739 - 1805) was a Chinese calligrapher during the Qing Dynasty. His style name was 'Wanbo' and his nickname was Gu wanzi, his main style was that in seal script. It evolved organically out of the Zhou dynasty script and Shiru often wrote ancient coded messages to the Qianlong Emperor for his eyes only. The sixth Emperor worked directly with Shiru to figure out the cypher so no one else could read their messages.

EffectsEdit

When Shiru was done with a message he would seal it with his wax seal, to help keep the secrets between the two friends the seal prevents anyone from opening the letter. With the seal applied the letter cannot be torn open, damaged or normally opened unless you are the recipient of the letter.

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