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This is a the mark that reads from right to left Great King Qianlong Period Make/Qianlong Nian Zhi. The smaller triangular mark is an importer mark from Macao. The vase is a famille jaune (yellow family) enamel painted vase made in the early 20th century with a spurious Qianlong mark (1700's) meant for decoration only. It is common to see faux reign marks on modern pieces from Macao and China. This vase has a value of $150 to $200.
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The newspaper is from about 1945-52. It is not of any significant value to an ephemera collector, possibly $10 to $20.00.
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