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An adoring fan almost shed tears when she acquired the serviettes for the equivalent about R2 600.

Two cases of Liberace’s paper napkins, complete with his printed logo, sold on auction for $182.

An adoring fan almost shed tears when she acquired the serviettes for the equivalent about R2 600.

Six of Liberace’s bar stools, made of wrought iron with swivelling padded seats, sold for $250, making the paper napkins somewhat overpriced. But then the King of Kitsch’s fans always were not always logical.

The American pianist, singer, and actor, whose full name was Wladziu Valentino Liberace, died in February 1987. At the height of his fame, from the 1950s to the 1970s, he was the highest-paid entertainer in the world.

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