From a recent Christie's auction. Click on the image to see a larger version. Description:
The edict is written on silk brocade woven with a pattern of scattered ruyi-clouds mounted as a handscroll, with the text arranged in standard form reading from left to right in Manchu and repeated from right to left in Chinese characters. The Chinese text opens with a four-character title in a vertical line, Fengtian Gaoming, 'By Command of Heaven', flanked by a pair of dragons, followed by a long text ending with the date 14th year of the Shunzhi period, corresponding to 1657. Stamped with two large seal impressions, the edict continues with the Manchu text.
I can instantly see three uses for this beautiful design: museum exhibit signage, book obi, thrummed mitten.