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An auction of items belonging to the founder of the biggest financial pyramid in history, Bernard Madoff, held in New York on Saturday has fetched over $2 million, the auction house said.<br />Madoff’s lots included various items – from vases, china and antiques to a family photo album made of crocodile skin and even shirts and trousers. The most expensive lot was a diamond engagement ring of Madoff's wife sold at $550,000. <br />And the most famous item from the Madoff house became his monogrammed black velveteen slippers which fetched $6,000. <br />

An auction of items belonging to the founder of the biggest financial pyramid in history, Bernard Madoff, held in New York on Saturday has fetched over $2 million, the auction house said.

Madoff’s lots included various items – from vases, china and antiques to a family photo album made of crocodile skin and even shirts and trousers. The most expensive lot was a diamond engagement ring of Madoff's wife sold at $550,000.

And the most famous item from the Madoff house became his monogrammed black velveteen slippers which fetched $6,000.

 

 



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10:43 17/11/2010 An auction of items belonging to the founder of the biggest financial pyramid in history, Bernard Madoff, held in New York on Saturday has fetched over $2 million, the auction house said.>>

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