With the global recession having been more or less, a thing of the past, the real estate market in America seems to creeping towards its glory days again. It’s a mansion in Bradbury, named the ‘Bradbury Estate’, which is on the market for a price tag of $78 million. However, for a mansion estate to be of this size and of such grandeur, the price tag seems just about right: not all properties make you feel like a member of the royalty, or a true business tycoon like this one does. Yester years’ matured aesthetics, with minimalistic yet state-of-the-art modernity blend together to create this mansion that also boasts of some of the best views of nature and the city skyline.No Comments
A huge fan of Dre headphones, Lil Wayne was spotted wearing a diamond-studded pair of Beats by Dre headphones, while watching a basketball game. Especially crafted for Wayne by the headphone company, the customized “Carter IV” pair features fine diamonds embellished on the headphone in a marvelous pattern. The YMCMB superstar’s $1 million headphones depict his ambitious choice and huge like for the headphone brand.
Some of the other highlights of this Live Auctioneers’ sale include a Monterey Stratocaster used by Jimi Hendrix (pictured above) for the best part of his set at the inaugural U.S. performance with his experience at Monterey, which is the highlight of the auction and is expected to garner as much as $288,580, along with Paul McCartney’s played and recorded violin bass guitar, a Mick Jagger played guitar and Eric Clapton, Elvis Presley and John Lennon guitars.No Comments
Whenever the memorabilia associated with the 16th President of U.S., Abraham Lincoln who’s regarded as one of United States’ greatest heroes because of his unique appeal, and successfully leading his country through the American Civil War, preserving Union while ending slavery, comes up for grabs, collectors of relics of American history pays record prices. And, it becomes apparent from the auction offering of Abraham Lincoln’s lettershowing his attempts at compensated emancipation, and a pocket watch from Abraham Lincoln’s personal collection. Now, the substantial lock of Abraham Lincoln’s hair housed in a artistically engraved gold-locket from the family of a Lincoln cabinet member is been offered for sale at the Heritage Auctions’ Civil War & Militaria auction, scheduled to be held on December 8th in Dallas, Texas. Notably, upon Abraham Lincoln’s tragic assassination in April 1865, a number of locks of the President’s hair were removed as mourning keepsakes.
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