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Few things top the delightfully unexpected combination of surprise, satisfaction, and nostalgia that come from the rediscovery of lost treasure. Stumbling upon memories, tripping over mementos — what a delight. And if you happen to enjoy diving into the pasts of superstars such as James Taylor, The Rolling Stones, Whitney Houston, and Cher — uh, that would be a no brainer! — then this upcoming event at Christie's is perfect for you.
From September 27 to October 9, Christie's will present "Photographs by Norman Seeff: The Lost Archive." Featuring rare vintage prints of some of the entertainment industry's greatest stars, Christie's will also host a free public viewing of the auction from September 27 until October 2.
Click through the slideshow to get a taste of history to come.
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