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Lennon’s schoolyard mischief revealed by auctioned files

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School files detailing the adolescent wrongdoings of “class-clown” John Lennon fetched nearly £8,500 each in an online auction on Sunday.

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Kim Kardashian’s 10% ‘Yolanda’ donation hit

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Reality television star Kim Kardashian is under flak after she revealed that only 10 percent of the proceeds from her eBay auction will be donated to the survivors of Supertyphoon “Yolanda.”

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Superman-JFK comic book art sells for $112K in US

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Cover art for a 50-year-old comic book featuring Superman’s alter-ego, Clark Kent, as President John F. Kennedy in disguise was sold at an auction for $112,015.

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Auction for ‘Yolanda’ victims

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PANGANIBAN says website for fundraiser will be launched today.

Actress Angelica Panganiban, still reeling from a harrowing experience during the recent earthquake in the Visayas, sees nothing wrong with seeking psychiatric help to cope with trauma.

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Angel Locsin’s vintage car up for auction to aid ‘Yolanda’ victims

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Actress Angel Locsin has donated her vintage muscle car to add funds for various relief efforts for the survivors of super typhoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan).

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Mick Jagger love letters sold at London auction

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A collection of letters sent by Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger to his secret lover in the summer of 1969 sold for around $300,000 at a London auction on Wednesday, trumping their pre-sale estimate.

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Charlie Chaplin hat and cane to be auctioned off

Charlie Chaplain's iconic bowler hat and cane are displayed during a press preview at auction house Bonham's in Hollywood, California, on November 15, 2012.  Chaplin's hat and cane are to go under the hammer in Los Angeles this weekend as part of an auction which also includes a John Lennon nude drawing of himself and Yoko Ono. The hat and cane trademark of Chaplin's Little Tramp character  are in "remarkable condition" and are estimated to go for between $40,000 and $60,000 at the sale by auction house Bonhams on Sunday November 18. AFP  / FREDERIC J. BROWN

Charlie Chaplin’s iconic bowler hat and cane are to go under the hammer in Los Angeles this weekend, as part of an auction which also includes a John Lennon nude drawing of himself and Yoko Ono.

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Marilyn Monroe ‘last’ pics fail to sell

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Nude photos from what is said to have been Marilyn Monroe’s last formal photo shoot, just six weeks before her 1962 death, failed to sell at auction Tuesday in New York.

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Whitney Houston memorabilia auctioned in LA

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A bustier worn on stage by Whitney Houston fetched $18,750 at an auction in Beverly Hills of memorabilia from the late pop star’s career.

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Chaplin cane, Superman suit under Hollywood hammer

Charlie Chaplin’s iconic cane, a “Superman” costume and a vintage Christian Dior gown worn by Princess Diana are among Hollywood treasures being sold at auction this weekend.

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Whitney Houston dresses, jewelry to be auctioned

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Dresses and jewelry worn by Whitney Houston will be included at a celebrity auction in Los Angeles in late March, it was announced on Monday, a day after the pop diva was laid to rest.

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Treasures from Jackson’s last home go under hammer

Items from a bedroom where Michael Jackson was living when he died are on exhibit Sunday (Dec. 11, 2011) during a private preview of contents of 100 North Carolwood Drive, the final home of Michael Jackson that will be up for auction at Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills, California. The carved headboard seen in evidence photos during the criminal trial of Jackson's physician was removed from the auction's lots at the request of Jackson's estate. DANNY MOLOSHOK/AP PHOTO

A bedroom mirror on which Michael Jackson scrawled a self-motivating message in the last months of his life sold for some $19,000 Saturday, as the contents of his last home went under the hammer.

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