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Victoria Young
Sat, 25 Jul 2020
Welcome to On the Money, BusinessDesk’s weekly column on money and the people making it. Bargain buys Kiwi collectors might have managed a bargain now that liquidators have started selling off Eric Watson’s artworks. On the Money has learnt several works from Kiwi artists including Colin McCahon, Shane Cotton and Dick Frizzell have been sold as part of KPMG liquidator Vivian Fatupaito’s quest to get cash for creditors. We can also report that a guitar purportedly signed by Pink Floyd has been sold, although liqu...

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