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Christie's Exhibits 'Out of the Ordinary' Objects

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August 5, 2013
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On display at Christie's are an array of objects not normally found in auction houses, such as a triceratops skull and the tallest rocking horse in the world. The items will be on exhibit in London until they are sold on September 5, 2013.


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