King Wu destroyed the Shang and established the Zhou, which was a watershed in the history of the two dynasties. An inscription on the inside of the bottom of the “Li” Bronze Gui records King Wu’s conquest over the Yin. In the early morning of the first day of the Chinese calendar, with Sui Xing (Jupiter) visible in the sky above, the battle to destroy the Shang Dynasty ended in one day. The content of the inscription is consistent with the records in ancient books such as “Book of History: Speech of Mu” and “Yi Zhou Shu: Shi Fu,” confirming the reliability of relevant documents and historical materials and proving its tremendous historical value. The “Li” Bronze Gui is one of the few bronzes that can be identified as artifacts made in the reign of King Wu of the Zhou Dynasty, making it particularly precious.