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We Hear…

New York Post // Apr 30, 2014

That the Kips Bay Opening Night Cocktail Reception was held last night at the Mansion on Madison … that Shaun Osher, CEO of Core, was honored last night by the Union Settlement Association, East Harlem’s oldest social service association, at Gustavino’s … that a rare Egyptian Ptolemaic Period mummy sarcophagus, circa 332-330 BC, was taken out of a three-bedroom apartment at 30 Sutton Place and sold for $60,000 at Capo Auction Fine Art and Antiques in Long Island City. It had been purchased for $3,000 in the 1980s from Sam Haddad Egyptiain Antiquities, which has long been out of business. The auction house estimates had been $5,000 to $7,000.

Original Article: New York Post