Saturday, February 25, 2012

Milhous collection

  • The Milhous Museum  is the private collection of brothers Bob and Paul Milhous. Every square inch of their Boca Raton venue is adorned with unique and rare objects.
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  • RM Auctions, in association with Sothebys, will be offering one of the world's most famous private museums, the Milhous Collection, during a multi-day sale to be held February 24 – 25 in Boca Raton, Fla.
  • (Auto Remarketing)
  • One of the world's finest collections of antique musical instruments and classic cars is up for auction in South Florida. Brothers Bob and Paul Milhous spent 50 years traveling the world to find the right mix of rare items.
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  • Auctioneers are taking bids to empty the contents of a one-of-a-kind Florida museum. The Milhous Collection, two brothers private museum in Boca Raton plans to complete its sale Saturday evening.
  • (AP -
  • BOCA RATON — A collection that took a lifetime to amass will all be gone in just two days.
  • (Palm Beach Post)
  • RM Auctions, in association with Sotheby's, will lift the gavel, Feb. 24-25, in Florida, on automobiles, as well as mechanical musical instruments and collectibles from the Milhous Collection.
  • (Houston Chronicle)
  • Those of you who might be proud of that complete 1966 World Cup Commemorative Coin display should see what the Milhous brothers amassed during their half-century of collecting.
  • (Classic Driver)
  • The series premiere on Monday uncovers the magical Milhous Collection in Boca Raton, Florida - the result of 50 years of dedicated collecting by brothers Bob Paul Milhous.
  • (Broadway World)
  • One of the nicer automotive collections in the country is going up for auction Friday and Saturday in Boca Raton, Fla. Over five decades, brothers Bob and Paul Milhous went on a buying spree that would include mechanical musical instruments, knick-knacks and cars.
  • (USA Today)
  • the Milhous Collection, Feb. 24-25, in Boca Raton, Florida. The auction will feature over 500 lots, most of which will be offered without reserve, selling to the highest bidder.
  • (Yahoo Finance)

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