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Lehman Brothers Sign, Artworks to Be Auctioned Off in UK

LONDON (AP)- For sale: a sign of the times. Christie's is auctioning off the 10 foot-long (3 meter-long) sign that adorned the European headquarters of Lehman Brothers, along with paintings, furniture and other objects from the offices of the collapsed...

Lehman Brothers Sign, Artworks to Be Auctioned Off in UK

LONDON (AP)- For sale: a sign of the times. Christie's is auctioning off the 10 foot-long (3 meter-long) sign that adorned the European headquarters of Lehman Brothers, along with paintings, furniture and other objects from the offices of the collapsed...

Lehman Eyes $10 Million at Sotheby’s Modern Art Auction

NEW YORK (REUTERS).- Bankrupt financial group Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc is selling off part of its art collection, including works by Gerhard Richter and Maya Lin, in the hopes of returning millions to creditors. Despite a lukewarm modern art market...

Lehman Eyes $10 Million at Sotheby’s Modern Art Auction

NEW YORK (REUTERS).- Bankrupt financial group Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc is selling off part of its art collection, including works by Gerhard Richter and Maya Lin, in the hopes of returning millions to creditors. Despite a lukewarm modern art market...

Debbie Reynolds’ Hollywood Memorabilia Set for Auction

KNOXVILLE (AP).- The son of actress Debbie Reynolds says her big Hollywood memorabilia collection, including the red slippers from "The Wizard of Oz," is set to be auctioned by June. Todd Fisher, whose mother starred in "Singin' in the Rain," told The...

Will Tough Times Trigger Wealthy Banks and Companies to Sell their...

LONDON (AP).-Corporations worried about the bottom line are taking a look at their office walls. Over decades, many of the world's wealthiest banks and companies have built up art collections, rich in modern masters, that are the envy of many museums. ...

Will Tough Times Trigger Wealthy Banks and Companies to Sell their...

LONDON (AP).-Corporations worried about the bottom line are taking a look at their office walls. Over decades, many of the world's wealthiest banks and companies have built up art collections, rich in modern masters, that are the envy of many museums. ...

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