If you have an extra $110,000 to spend on them.
Don't worry, his body is at Graceland.
Once upon a time, the turtles were in black and white.
The erotic book trilogy has found a studio home.
Furnishings used, but not owned, by the King of Pop go for enormous sums at auction.
The video was expected to go for over $6 million.
Old dress sells for unimaginable amount.
Marilyn Monroe's white halter "subway" dress will be up for sale soon.
The Saracen sweatshirt is only $54.13!
The piece was sold at a Sotheby's auction, ten million dollars higher than the expected price
Rothko painting, play do very, very well.
On Tuesday, another first-class work will likely disappear into the hands of a private collector who may never lend it again.
Even though photographers ask him to write them all the time.
Who is this millionaire hypernerd?
And it was worth it.
Actually, it was randomly scheduled before yesterday's events. But still: creepy.
Paul Shaffer and a hundred other bidders overpay for the hardest-working memorabilia in the memorabilia business.
For those who only know Anish Kapoor (who's based in London anyway), here's a quick primer on the heavies of Indian art.
Plus: Robert Rauschenberg sets a record two days after his death.
Forgive us for being, well, vultures, but we could see Robert Rauschenberg setting a new sales record tomorrow night.
Owing to the celebrities' refusal to cross picket lines to collect their statues at Sunday night's planned Golden Globes ceremony, NBC, Dick Clark, and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association have officially called off the event.
Plus industry news on Michel Gondry, Kelly Clarkson, and a second>/em> hot Bond Girl.
Tonight marks the triumphant (?), writerless return of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert after a two-month absence from late night.
Plus: Don Juan Dracula!
David Simon quips, "I feel like David Chase."