|Location: Hong Kong||Number of Lots: 1,194||Percent Sold: 93|
$3,685,326 USD / $28,569,200 HKD (exclusive of the buyer's premium)
$5,579,201 USD / $43,250,800 HKD (exclusive of the buyer's premium)
$4,640,704 USD / $35,975,433 HKD (inclusive of the 22 percent buyer's premium)
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