Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi

Fewer than 20 original da Vinci's are known to exist. This is your chance to hang one in your own home. Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi — translated to "Savior of the World" — was rediscovered in the mid-2000s, the first such work to be uncovered in over a century. The painting itself dates back to around 1500, and depicts Christ in a direct half-length pose, with a crystal orb in his left hand and his right raised in blessing. It was carefully researched, authenticated, cleaned, and restored in the years leading up to its 2011 debut at The National Gallery in London, and will be offered as a special lot by Christie's in New York.

  • Mini Museum Third Edition

    Adorn your desk with a collection of rarities with the Mini Museum Third Edition. Encased within this 5" x 4" x 1" Lucite acrylic block is a carefully presented assortment of 29 rare and unusual objects from around the world (and beyond). Highlights include a piece of a Steve Jobs turtleneck, slivers of dinosaur bone, a chunk of an SR-71 Blackbird, and space gems that are over 4.5 billion years old. Each one comes with a full-color companion guide offering more background on the specimens, and for those with smaller desks, there's a 4" x 3" x 1" option that cuts things down to just 12 examples.

  • Magnum Square Prints

    Magnum's archive of prints includes some of the most iconic images of the 20th century. Magnum Square Prints are an affordable way to bring some home. From the frontlines photography of Robert Capa to Eve Arnold's intimate portraits of Marilyn Monroe, the images span a broad range of styles and subjects, yet each stands alone as a work of art. Printed on Fuji Crystal Archive Matte paper, each museum-quality 6"x6" print comes signed and estate numbered, and is available on its own, or encased in a white or black frame custom made in NYC. A box set of all 78 prints is also available.

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