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Madoffs’ allure a bit lackluster

Interest tepid at auction linked to financial scammer

Items at a Weston auction were said to have belonged to Bernard Madoff. Items at a Weston auction were said to have belonged to Bernard Madoff.
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / December 14, 2009

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WESTON - It was promoted as the Bernie Madoff auction, a chance to own personal items that once belonged to the convicted swindler. But if ever there were cachet to owning a pair of Madoff’s cufflinks, or a watch worn by his wife, Ruth, it appears to have worn off. (Full article: 735 words)

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