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[Hong Kong] A set of three Qing Dynasty Emperor seals were auctioned in Hong Kong this weekend for 29,180.240,000 HK dollars, an auction record for antiques from the Qing Dynasty.

Reportedly, this set of jade seals was specially crafted for the prince, the Emperor, and the retired Emperor, respectively.

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