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Going for gold: Sotheby's to hold first sale dedicated to precious metal

Reuters Friday, 12 October 2018
Going for gold: Sotheby's to hold first sale dedicated to precious metalFrom a sculpture of model Kate Moss to an elaborate elephant liqueur set, an array of items made with gold will go under the hammer next week in auction house Sotheby's first ever sale dedicated to the precious metal.
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