Jackie's Treasures: The Fabled Objects from the Auction of the Century
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Jackie's Treasures: The Fabled Objects from the Auction of the Century

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A First Lady.An American icon.A legend.

Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis was all of that, and yet she was an extremely private person. For the first time since the fabled auction, the items that only a privileged few were able to view are captured in all their beauty in Jackie's Treasures: The Fabled Objects from the Auction of the Centuryby Dianne Russell Condon, with a...more
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published October 22nd 1996 by Clarkson Potter
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Debra
I was a little disappointed in this book. Fortunately, I bought it inexpensively at a library book sale! I was hoping for more detail on the many items from Jackie's estate that were auctioned. Instead, the author chose to highlight 2 or 3 items per two-page spread. Only a very few jewelry pieces were highlighted. I had hoped to see more. The end of the book contains a list of the items in the auction and what they sold for.
Loretta
Interesting view of some of the rooms in the White House. Also shows items sold at auction and prices received for them.
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