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BillionairesLife.com 2018 Christmas Gift List

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There are less than two weeks to do your shopping. Check out this list for a gift for the billionaire who has everything. Better get them now before they are sold out.

1. Rolls Royce Sweptail automobile, and the price is only $13,000,000. Unfortunately, there was only one made and it was purchased by an anonymous billionaire. However, maybe you can ask Rolls Royce to make you your own specially designed car.




2. Rolex Rainbow Yacht Master EVEROSE Diamond Dial watch, priced at only $135,000


3. Amoro 18k White Gold Colombian Emerald and Diamond Ring for only $160,000.




4. You might as well get a little home on the beach. Frank Sinatra's Malibu Beach House is available for a reasonable $12.9 million, featured at TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.



5. For the Chess Player Who Has Everything: A Diamond Chess Set at a very, very expensive price.




6.  Shoppers at Neiman Marcus will certainly want to acquire the 74 foot Neiman Marcus Serenity Solar Yacht for $7,100,000.




7.  Do You Play the Guitar? Wh…

Top Stock Market and Wall Street Gifts for the Holidays

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Guest article from WallStreetNewsNetwork.com

It’s time to do your shopping for gifts, if you haven’t already done so. For friends and family that are interested in investing, there are plenty of stock market and Wall Street related gifts to choose from. Check out the following great ideas for presents. BRONZE BULL AND BEAR SCULPTUREThe statue measures 10 inches wide by 9.5 inches high, and weighs 6 pounds. The state has a bronze finish with great detail.
STOCK MARKET WALL STREET DECISION MAKER DESK PAPERWEIGHT This is cool! A paperweight that you can spin to determine if you should buy, sell, hold, short, etc.
WALL STREET DOUBLE FEATUREAvailable in both Blu-Ray and DVD.
STOCK TRADERS ALMANAC 2019Every stock trader should have this. Filled with great information.
BULL AND BEAR CUFF LINKS

The Yellow Brick Road May Be Paved With Gold: Wizard of Oz Scripts for Sale

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Are you a fan of the Wizard of Oz? Do you try to watch Dorothy and Toto whenever it's on TV? Then the original draft scripts for the Wizard of Oz movie are now up for sale.

The Los Angeles, California auction house, Profiles in History, will be auctioning off four original draft scripts of the movie, handwritten by screenwriter Noel Langley.

These were written in April and May of 1938, a year before the film was released. As part of the lot, over a dozen photographs of special effects, such as the tornado sequence, will be included.

These items will be auctioned during the Profiles in History Hollywood Auction 96 taking place on December 11 through December 14.

This lot of items is expected to be hammered at between $800,000 and $1,200,000.


The Robin Williams Collection to be Auctioned in October

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Robin Williams, the famous comedian and actor who started his claim to fame playing an alien from outer space on the Mork & Mindy TV show (after an appearance on Happy Days), was a collector, with his wife,  of numerous types of memorabilia and collectibles.

They had collected everything from watches to modern art to entertainment items to bicycles to sports memorabilia to autographs.

This collection will now be sold through a Sotheby's auction on October 4, 2018 at 2 pm ET. The auction will be held in New York. with over 300 items being auctioned.

One of the more interesting items include a cast bronze sculpture of a horse, Madronne (Cody) by Deborah Butterfield, with an estimate of $220,000 to $280,000.

Other items include a Jaeger LeCoultre watch with an estimate of $6,000 to $8,000, a 1996 Mercedes-Benz SL500 ($20,000 to $30,000), a Golden Globe Award for Best TV Actor in a Comedy for Mork and Mindy ($15,000 to $20,000), Hollywood 'Producers vs. Actors' chess set…

THE AUCTION AT GRACELAND - ELVIS WEEK - AUGUST 12, 2018

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Today, August 12, 2018, a major auction was held of Elvis Presley memorabilia at Graceland in Memphis Tennessee. The sale included everything from autographs, to records, to guns. Some of the most popular items were rings.

As an example, an Elvis Presley Owned Large 14kt Yellow Gold and Blue Lapis Ring with Diamonds and Garnets had an estimate of $15,000 to $20,000, but ended up being hammered at $43,750 including buyers premium.

A July 8, 1955, Publishing Agreement between Elvis Presley and Hill and Range Songs, Inc. signed by Elvis, Vernon Presley, Gladys Presley and Jean Aberbach sold for $37,500. A 1956 songwriters contract for the song "Love Me Tender" sold for $25,000.

The highest priced item was a General Omar Bradley Owned 1942 Beretta Model M1934 9mm Corto Caliber Pistol (Known as .380 ACP in Modern Day) gifted to Elvis Presley on December 9, 1970. It was hammered at $51,250.




Do You Play the Guitar? Why Not Play Tom Petty's Guitar

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Tom Petty's stage-played 1965 Gibson SG Cherry Electric Guitar and hat worn on stage and in Traveling Wilburys Music Videos is up for auction in a Heritage Auction of Entertainment and Music Memorabilia.

The guitar has been signed "Tom Petty / '88" in silver paint, and includes an 8" x 10" black and white glossy photo of Bob Dylan and Tom Petty on stage with this guitar. It also includes the  hard guitar case.

The other item in the lot is a custom-made brown felt hat, which is size 7 1/4 from Baron California Hats, that was worn by Tom Petty on stage.

There is no reserve on this auction, however, the starting bid is $150,000, or with the buyer's premium, $187,500.


Dinosaur Skeleton Sold for $2.3 Million

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If you like bidding in auctions and you missed out on bidding on the lunch with Warren Buffett last week on eBay, you could have bought a 28.5 foot long dinosaur skeleton!!!

This unique item was auctioned on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower by the French auction house Aguttes, and was hammered at $2.3 million. The seller was a British businessman and the buyer is an anonymous French art collector, who plans on lending it to a museum.

It is believed to be a new species or new genus. The auction house said that the buyer may be able to name the specimen.