Artworks with links to north-east sell for £225,000 at auction

Twelve rare Chinese paintings created for Qianlong, considered to be the last great emperor of China, which were later owned by the Chalmers family of Monkshill, Fyvie, go up for sale this month with a pre-auction value of up to £50,000.
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Twelve rare Chinese paintings created for Qianlong, considered to be the last great emperor of China, which were later owned by the Chalmers family of Monkshill, Fyvie, go up for sale this month with a pre-auction value of up to £50,000. Handout Key Communications.

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