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  1. Instead of beaming over the game jersey that Mickey Mantle wore during his final three seasons with the Yankees, or the rare 100,000-yuan gold coin that is expected to fetch at least $500,000,...
  2. THE GIFT A one-of-a-kind Montblanc writing instrument designed exclusively for the recipient. First-class travel to Hamburg, Germany, to meet with Montblanc artisans and craftsmen at the company’s...
  3. THE GIFT A solid-gold chalice from the 17th-century Santa Margarita shipwreck. $1.3 million The fantasy of sunken treasure lured Mike DeMar, a 20-year-old diver from Seattle, across the country and...
  4. THE GIFT A nearly 30-pound piece of the famed Willamette meteorite. $900,000 The Willamette meteorite could be compared to the Mona Lisa. Just as the fame accorded to Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece...
  5. THE GIFT A circa 190 BC–10 AD Egyptian mummy. A circa 600 BC–500 BC Egyptian sarcophagus. $165,000 for the mummy; $85,000 for the sarcophagus When William Jamieson, a Canadian dealer of curiosities...
  6. On December 16, Sotheby’s New York will offer nine unusual furniture pieces made in 1929 and 1930 by the legendary French art-deco atelier Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann. This sale marks the first time in...
  7. Art Miami , the city’s longest-running contemporary art fair and one of the most lauded among art collectors, returns for its 21st year next month. The five-day exhibit, December 1–5, will feature...
  8. Baseball fans can acquire important memorabilia from a legendary game: Game 1 of the 1988 World Series when the Dodgers were trailing the Oakland A’s and an injured Kirk Gibson was called on to pinch...
  9. On November 9, Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Evening Auction showcases two iconic works of pop art from two of the masters of the genre, Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. Painted during the nascent...
  10. Notwithstanding his fight-hyping poetry, Muhammad Ali gained more fame as a pugilist than as a writer. Yet he is unquestionably a momentous cultural figure and thus a fitting subject for the first of...

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