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The Sense of Discovery Brings Out the Child In Us.

A flat in Paris went untouched for 70 years until its owner, Mrs. De Florian, passed away at the age of 91.  When officials arrived at the flat to take inventory, what they found was an exquisite collection of untouched artifacts and paintings that seemed to be lost in time.  As it turns out, Mrs. De Florian abandoned the flat when the Nazi's invaded during World War II.  What she left behind was magical.  The painting below is an original Boldini that sold for the equivalent of 2.3 million dollars.

It's not necessarily politics or snarky but very, very cool, and the Chicks were in awe of the collection during Friday's show.

 

            

           

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