The Streisand collection

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In 1968, Streisand made the film version of "Hello, Dolly!"<br>
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"They asked what kind of furnishing did I want in the trailer," she recalls. "I said I wanted [legendary turn-of-the-century actress] <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000487" title="Sarah Bernhardt" href="/topic/entertainment/sarah-bernhardt-PECLB000487.topic">Sarah Bernhardt</a>'s railroad car. And, boy, that's what I got."<br>
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This Victorian Rococo papier mache armchair with mother-of-pearl inlay, gilt and paint decorated details is valued at $300 to $500.<br>
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<b>The chair did not sell, but a matching tilt-top table brought in $687.50.</b>
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( Julien's Auctions )


In 1968, Streisand made the film version of "Hello, Dolly!"

"They asked what kind of furnishing did I want in the trailer," she recalls. "I said I wanted [legendary turn-of-the-century actress] Sarah Bernhardt's railroad car. And, boy, that's what I got."

This Victorian Rococo papier mache armchair with mother-of-pearl inlay, gilt and paint decorated details is valued at $300 to $500.

The chair did not sell, but a matching tilt-top table brought in $687.50.

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