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A plastic figurine of Bugs Bunny.

Animated Art: Hot Ticket Items for Collectors

All your favorite childhood movies are making a comeback in an unexpected way. Art collectors are now paying exorbitant prices for the original drawings, storyboards, and backgrounds from classic animated movies. Their most sought after item? “Cels,” which are hand-painted sheets of celluloid. Lady and the Tramp, The Simpsons, Snow White, The Lion King, and […]

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A four-inch lock of John Lennon's hair.

A Lock of John Lennon’s Hair Goes Up for Auction

A fifty-year-old lock of John Lennon’s hair that is being called “significant” is going up for auction in Dallas by Heritage Auctions. The hair was freed from Lennon’s head in 1966 on the set of How I Won the War, a Richard Lester film in which Lennon played Musketeer Gripweed. The authentic, four-inch lock of […]

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