The young man brought Zhuge Liang’s feather fan for inspection, the expert was startled: `The price is not less than 30 billion VND but selling it will bring disaster.`

The young man brought Zhuge Liang's feather fan for inspection, the expert was startled: `The price is not less than 30 billion VND but selling it will bring disaster.` 1

According to Zhihu, a guy from Hebei, China brought a secret box passed down in his family to the Hoa Son Luan Giam program (a program specializing in appraising Chinese treasures and antiques) to check.

Seeing this, the experts on the show couldn’t help but wonder whether this guy is a descendant of the Zhuge family.

Talking about the `background` of the treasure, he said that this fan was indeed left by his ancestor Zhuge Liang.

The young man brought Zhuge Liang's feather fan for inspection, the expert was startled: `The price is not less than 30 billion VND but selling it will bring disaster.`

Hearing that, experts were even more eager to admire the famous fan.

The young man brought Zhuge Liang's feather fan for inspection, the expert was startled: `The price is not less than 30 billion VND but selling it will bring disaster.`

When they picked up the fan to examine it, experts said it was identical to Zhuge Liang’s feather fan described in the famous Romance of the Three Kingdoms.

The young man brought Zhuge Liang's feather fan for inspection, the expert was startled: `The price is not less than 30 billion VND but selling it will bring disaster.`

After taking a flashlight to carefully examine the feathers and patterns carved on the fan handle, experts present in the program confirmed that this fan was real and estimated that it would cost no less than 10 million yuan (more than 33,000 yuan).

However, after confirming the value of the precious fan, experts also reminded the young man not to sell this treasure because he would face disaster.

The young man brought Zhuge Liang's feather fan for inspection, the expert was startled: `The price is not less than 30 billion VND but selling it will bring disaster.`

The reason is because in China, trading and storing ivory is strictly prohibited by law.

According to Zhihu, at the Hoa Son Luan Giam program, historical artifacts often appear that cause a stir in public opinion.

The young man brought Zhuge Liang's feather fan for inspection, the expert was startled: `The price is not less than 30 billion VND but selling it will bring disaster.`

However, experts believe that the item does not belong to Trieu Van but belongs to the family of Viet King Cau Tien with extremely high value, estimated at more than 4 million yuan (more than 13.5 billion VND).

However, appraisals by antique experts are sometimes right and sometimes wrong.

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