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Wall Street Sign That Survived 1920 Bombing Fetches $116,500

A porcelain sign that once marked the intersection of Wall and Broad streets, near the New York Stock Exchange, fetched $116,500 at Christie’s in Manhattan today.

The bidding started at $48,000 and quickly reached $95,000. A telephone bidder bought the work, which had a presale estimate range of $60,000 to $80,000. The final price includes buyer’s premium.