Paris Apartment Left Untouched For 70 Years Reveals Socialites Dramatic Past

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A Walk Down History Lane

The apartment was easy to date. There were no new books, newspapers, or images dated past 1940, which helped them place the timing of the events. The appraisers were also in awe of the decorations. Gigantic gold curtains decorated the equally tall windows and helped block out the light. A gorgeous vanity with expensive perfumes, hair brushes, and candles seemed like a centerpiece for the room. They were still unaware of the goldmine awaiting them…

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Picked Up And Left

The formal dining room was filled with expensive flatware, including a huge and heavy wooden table. The Victorian-styled chandelier fit the 1940’s decorations. It was obvious that Madame was on-point with her decorating and up to speed with all of the latest trends. There were even gold candelabras, expensive china, and other small trinkets of value. There was then a wood stove and stone sink, both very expensive in that area. There were even pots, pans, and glasses in the sink that were supposed to be washed, but that never happened…

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