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  • Bob Dylan's 'Like a Rolling Stone' lyrics sell for $2 million

    Bob Dylan's 'Like a Rolling Stone' lyrics sell for $2 million
    Bob Dylan's handwritten manuscript for "Like a Rolling Stone" sold for just over $2 million on Tuesday at Sotheby's rock and roll auction, which also included memorabilia from the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and Elvis Presley. The price for the annotated...
  • Former Benny Hinn church sells to lender at auction

    Former Benny Hinn church sells to lender at auction
    The church once owned by famed televangelist Benny Hinn was auctioned off online on Tuesday, with the winning bid placed by a California credit union whose lawsuit put the property into foreclosure. Evangelical Christian Credit Union now owns the...
  • Bob Dylan's 'Like a Rolling Stone' lyrics top $2 million at auction

    How does it feel? Like a new record for the sale of rock lyrics at auction, as a handwritten manuscript for Bob Dylan’s “Like A Rolling Stone” sold Tuesday for just over $2 million at Sotheby’s auction house in New York. The...
  • Miami Marlins: 1997 World Series ring up for sale

    Miami Marlins: 1997 World Series ring up for sale
    A 1997 Florida Marlins World Series ring is available to the highest bidder. Worthridge Auctions and Retail is handling the auction of scout Al Diez’s memento. Bidding, which late Wednesday afternoon had topped $1,700, runs through Sunday night....
  • Selling the family silver might not make you rich

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Like a lot of American couples in the late 1950s, my parents got a set of sterling silver flatware for their wedding. And also like many, they have not used it for many years. So this spring, with my parents looking to move and my...
  • Horrid or historic? eBay passes on posting Nazi car Boca car dealers selling

    Horrid or historic? eBay passes on posting Nazi car Boca car dealers selling
    What Boca Raton auto dealers consider a war trophy symbolic of America's finest triumph is proving too hot to handle. The online auction site, eBay, has declined to post for auction a 1941 Mercedes Benz 540K Cabriolet that was special-ordered by...
  • Monet painting of waterlilies sells for $54 million at auction

    Monet painting of waterlilies sells for $54 million at auction
    A waterlilies painting by Claude Monet sold for $54 million at a Sotheby's auction in London this week, the second-highest amount at auction for a work by the French Impressionist.  The painting, titled "Nymphéas," dates from 1906 and was purchased...
  • Sacred Hopi tribal masks are again sold at auction in Paris

    Sacred Hopi tribal masks are again sold at auction in Paris
    Another group of sacred Hopi masks was gaveled away at a Paris auction Friday, over the objections of tribe members and the U.S. Embassy in Paris, Agence France Presse has reported. In Hopi tradition, the masks don’t merely represent spirits,...
  • Gehrig-signed ticket expected to sell for $100,000

    The Sports Xchange Gehrig-signed ticket expected to sell for $100,000 A ticket stub signed by New York Yankees legend Lou Gehrig on July 4, 1939 -- the day he retired from baseball -- is estimated to fetch more than $100,000 in an auction, the...
  • MLB roundup: Machado's five-game ban upheld

    The Sports Xchange MLB roundup: Machado's five-game ban upheld Manny Machado's five-game suspension for a bat-throwing incident earlier this month was upheld Monday, and the Baltimore Orioles third baseman started serving the punishment immediately....
  • Criminals' luxury cars, jewels — even velvet slippers — hit auction block

    Criminals' luxury cars, jewels — even velvet slippers — hit auction block
    If federal prosecutors have their way, Leonard Potillo's fleet of luxury cars and homes around the world will hit the auction block. Potillo, a Longwood debt collector, is accused of running a $76 million fraud-and-bribery scheme that authorities say...