Qianlong VII grandson wore a finger of hundreds of millions of jade in his hands. What happened to the experts after watching it?

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  1. The jade fingers are called Rongma on the fingertips. After years of erosion, only tenderness is left. Qianlong loved jade all his life, and had a fingers of Yu's fingers. He wrote more than 50 poems to praise him: "Lianzhen Quality is ancient, the warmth system is now."
    During the period, this object is mainly used for battlefield operations. At first, it was not circulated in the royal family. Until the Qing Dynasty, the children of the Eight Banners rolled and shot, and the fingers were used as a "protective cover" to avoid being worn by the thumb.
    This of many historical formats have such a picture, which is treasured in the Palace Museum. The Qianlong is riding a white horse and a white jade finger on the thumb. In the picture, Emperor Dao Guang also wore a white jade finger. Later, the emperors of Manqing loved to wear white jade on the thumb, and the nobles also rushed to follow the trend. Therefore, the jade finger became a symbol of the wealthy of the Qing Dynasty and ushered in the peak of development.
    As the last feudal dynasty in my country moved, many jewelry in the palace was lost between ordinary people, and if one or two were obtained, then life of life would not have to worry. There is such a man who claims to be the seventh grandson of Qianlong. He wears hundreds of millions of jade in his hand. The experts persuaded him to make up, but he was angry in 6 words.
    During the Qianlong period, the retreat of the country was derailed from the world. At that time, foreign countries gradually entered modernization, but the Qing Dynasty stood firm. In 1912, Pu Yi's abdication announced that the feudal emperor system for more than 2,000 years came to an end. At this point, the era of democracy was officially opened. Most of those descendants of the royal family who once showed their surnames lived a life of ordinary people.
    During the feudal period, every dynasty changed, and the former dynasty had to liquidate the former royal family to prevent the disaster. Different from the past dynasties, the royal family of the Qing Dynasty still received many preferential treatment after the death of the dynasty, and even very high -profile claims that they were descendants of the royal family. The home is the same as the pattern of the palace.
    In Heng Shao was born in 1958. Manchu is engaged in medical work. He is not only an excellent Chinese medicine, but also obtained a doctorate in the American Medicine with his superb medical skills. And all of them benefited from the handed down secrets in his hands, "Xuan Jin Secret" in the court of the Qing Dynasty. According to him, it was a medical book in the palace on the treatment of difficulty in dysfunction. According to this royal cheat, he wrote other medical books.
    In addition to being a medical worker, he is also a contactor of the descendants of the Manchu. Heng Shao ranked in the "Heng" generation in the Aixinjueluo family. They will bring the Manchu people to hold ancestral ceremonies. As a descendant of Aixinjueluo, Heng Shao felt that the customs and habits of sacrifice left by the ancestors should not be forgotten because of the changes in the times. Sacrifice activities to express their respect for their ancestors. In sacrifice activities, he and all Manchu participants had to wear the unique costumes of the Qing Dynasty. This behavior became the focus and discussion topic in the eyes of everyone.
    In someone questioned his identity, but according to the genealogy record, his identity is indeed the seventh descendant of Qianlong. The most convincing thing is the jade tip of his hand, the personal object of Emperor Qianlong. Later, the experts learned of this, and went to identify it. After some identification, the authenticity of this white jade ring was confirmed, and it was also a good empirical research on historical cultural relics. Experts immediately price this jade referring to about 300 million yuan, and experts unanimously suggested that Heng Shao submitted the country. Heng Shao refused and returned 6 words "I am a descendant of the emperor".
    The implication of this remark is that the jade fingers were passed on by his ancestor, and there was no reason to submit it. However, the experts still considers the value of this jade finger, and repeatedly requested Heng Shao to hand over the ring, but he was rejected by Heng Shao. Although the feudal dynasty declined, their later generations were still breeding. In order to explore history and discover historical relics, Heng Shao, as the descendants of the royal family, had the freedom to hand over his fingers and the power to retain his fingers.
    Eng Shao, as the seventh grandson of Qianlong, Dai Yu's fingers, and was persuaded to pay back to the practice of experts. Many people expressed their understanding. Among them. Under the impact of modern waves, the royal family's nobles had disappeared with history. Heng Shao was the same as ordinary people, but he wanted to express his respect for his ancestors. Its "moral abduction" allows Hengshao to put private items to the country.

  2. In the end, it was not submitted, because although the jade finger was a cultural relic, it also belonged to the personal property, and you could decide whether to pay it yourself.

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