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Thomas Jefferson's Hair Auctioned In Dallas For Nearly $7K

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DALLAS (AP) — A lock of hair from Thomas Jefferson has sold at auction in Texas for $6,875 nearly 190 years after the former president died. 112 more words

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1853 Texas Map Found In Box Of Sheet Music Up For Auction

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – A rare early map of Texas and another historical document discovered in a box of sheet music purchased for $10 at an Indiana estate auction in the 1980s could sell for as much as $7,000 at auction. 182 more words

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J.K. Rowling's 'Harry Potter' Chair Up for Auction

It might just be a battered old chair, but does it have magical powers? This is the chair that supported J.K. Rowling during her endless hours crafting the first two books of the beloved Harry Potter franchise—Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets—and it will be up for auction next month at Heritage Auctions. 464 more words

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A Lock of John Lennon's Hair Sold for $35K

Almost 5o years ago, John Lennon got a haircut in preparation for his role in How I Won The War. This weekend, a strand of hair from that haircut sold for $35,000 at an auction, according to… 183 more words

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John Lennon's Hair Sells For $35,000

Heritage Auctions, in Dallas sold a piece of John Lennon’s hair this past weekend. Measuring 4″, Paul Fraser is the lucky collector from the UK that won T… 79 more words

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A Lock Of John Lennon's Hair Sells For $35,000

If you’re planning to clone John Lennon, then you got one heck of a deal.

Heritage Auctions, which is right here in DFW, sold a four-inch piece of John Lennon’s hair… 111 more words

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Lock Of John Lennon’s Hair Sells For $35,000 At Auction

DALLAS (CBS/AP) — A lock of John Lennon’s hair that was snipped as he prepared for a film role has sold for $35,000.

Dallas-based Heritage Auctions said Saturday that the 4-inch lock of hair was purchased by Paul Fraser, a United Kingdom-based memorabilia collector. 132 more words

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