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  1. The Gift: ❄ A donation to Rhinos Without Borders to fund the organization’s capture, transport, and release of two rhinoceroses. ❄ A 10-day safari visiting and Beyond and Great Plains Conservation...
  2. David Brown Automotive, an English marque that launched last year, is offering a Robb Report reader the opportunity to own the first Speedback GT ($775,000) delivered to the United States. The body...
  3. When Arun Bohra first laid eyes on this gift’s vivid blue-green stone, he simply had to have it. He acquired it through a prominent diamond dealer, and rather than set it in a traditional diamond...
  4. A disappointing gift prompted Nathan Redfeam, a cofounder of the Harrington Group, to go into the business of building and selling fully functional half-size automobiles—or, as the company calls them...
  5. Amalgam Fine Model cars of Bristol, England, is offering an exact one-fifth-scale replica of the Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic ($260,000), a styling tour de force from the mid-1930s that has become one...
  6. For this gift, Robb Report has assembled a Bang & Olufsen entertainment system (about $129,000) around the Danish manufacturer’s new flagship loudspeaker, the BeoLab 90. The speaker stands more...
  7. In its 117-year history, the Hôtel Ritz in Paris has been the setting of many a momentous occasion. According to legend, King Edward VII of the United Kingdom once called for assistance while staying...
  8. When Bob Parsons founded Parsons Xtreme Golf (PXG) last year, he hired a former Ping engineer and Ping’s former director of product development and gave them free rein to build the best-performing...
  9. For many connoisseurs and collectors, a whisky bottled by Gordon & MacPhail is a precious commodity. The company, which was founded by James Gordon and Jon Alexander MacPhail in 1895 and has been...
  10. To the ears of many guitar aficionados, no guitar achieves a more beautiful acoustic tone than the D-45 model that C. F. Martin & Co. produced in the years before World War II. Martin made fewer...

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