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Only six of these famous texts are in private hands, and one of them is about to go to auction.
This year, an 18.02-carat diamond ring sold for a whopping £881,250.
An announcement taped to the shopfront said that Banksy will be selling artworks online from as little as £10.
Movie fans can also bid on a baseball signed by both Joe DiMaggio and his wife, Marilyn Monroe.
An auction of film props set to make £6 million is showing its lots to the public in London until the end of the month.
Bottles of ketchup have been auctioned in London - one of which has a price of €1645. The bottles are based on the tattoos of British singer Ed Sheeran.
The gadget-filled Aston Martin DB5 driven by James Bond in the film "Goldfinger" has been sold in California for 5.77m euros
The classic Aston Martin DB5 driven by James Bond in the film Goldfinger has been auctioned in California for 5.77m euros
The bust of the ancient Egyptian boy king was sold at auction on Thursday, despite speculation that it was stolen from a temple in Luxor.
"What we've been seeing is the evolution of culture, that it's all starting to evolve and intertwine together. We see fashion. We see art. We see luxury all playing in the same field."
Retiree Gary George interned at NASA as a college student in 1976. During his time there he purchased more than `1,100 videotapes for around $218. At the time, NASA was attempting to reduce costs by recording over or selling old videotapes.
A revolver believed to have been used by Dutch painter Van Gogh to kill himself was sold at an auction on Wednesday.
Franco-Israeli Telecoms magnate Patrick Drahi made a surprise move into the art world, snapping up Sotheby’s in a deal worth 3.27 billion Euros, marking the auction house’s return to private ownership after 31 years
The Indian treasures on offer span 500 years, from the beginning of the Mughal dynasty to the present day.
The lock was given by Beethoven to a collaborator after the composer's servants tried to fob him off with goat's hair.
This 1939 Type 64, one of three built, belonged to company founder Ferdinand Porsche. It was built for a Berlin to Rome race to take place in September 1939, which was cancelled due to WWII.
The sculpture titled "Rabbit" by American pop artist Jeff Koons sold for $91.1 million (€81.4 million) in New York, a record price for a work by a living artist.
Monet's oil canvas "Meules" sold at the Sotheby's Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale for around €98,881,566.
The Nirvana frontman's cardigan, worn for an In Utero photo shoot, is expected to fetch $120,000.
The remains were found in a marsh in Hell Creek Formation in Montana in 2013, according to its owner.
A wedding gift, the Fabergé tiara features forget-me-nots tied with ribbon bows pierced by Cupid's arrows.
Dubbed “the most famous weapon in art history”, the Lefaucheux revolver is estimated to be worth between €40,000 and €60,000.
Armando the pigeon champion was auctioned for 1.2 million euros.
A "stolen and illegally smuggled" ancient artefact has been returned to Egypt after being found at a London auction house
"Golfe, mer, falaises vertes" was painted by the French impressionist master in 1895. It's estimated to be worth between €120,000 and €160,000.