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Heritage Rare sculpture of Maharaja Dalip Singh to be auctioned in Bonhams

Discussion in 'History of Sikhism' started by Vikram singh, Mar 23, 2007.

  1. Vikram singh

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    Yeah, you UK sikhs ought to go for this.

    )#1 Lots of rich sardars there. If you can not do this for the sikhs, pppphhhhtttthhuuuueyy!!!
    2) #2 Exchange rate is in your favor.
    3) Come one guys, some rich sirdy in UK should be able to pull this off. How much could it cost? 30k? 60k?100k GBP? It can be done.
     
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    I'm hoping Narinder Singh Kapany of Fibre Optics fame will snap it up for his collection or someone else like that.
     
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