[02/16/12 - 10:36 AM] "Million Dollar Collections" Premieres This Monday on Velocity The series, hosted by Keith Martin, takes you inside the most spectacular private collections in the world.
[via press release from Velocity]
TUNE INTO THE WORLD PREMIERE OF
MILLION DOLLAR COLLECTIONS
On Monday, February 20 at 8:00PM (ET/PT) & 8:30PM (ET/PT)
ONLY ON VELOCITY
Million Dollar Collections, hosted by What's My Car Worth own Keith Martin, takes you inside the most spectacular private collections in the world. For these magnates, success in the business world was just the beginning, so they have scoured the earth for pieces of modern history to call their own. From iconic sports artifacts, cars that sped to racing victory, or guitars that rocked the world, these are without a doubt the most important artifacts of our times. But perhaps more intriguing than the items themselves are the stories of why they were acquired. From inside their personal museums, curators and owners tell the tales of how and why they did it.
The series premiere on Monday uncovers the magical Milhous Collection in Boca Raton, Florida - the result of 50 years of dedicated collecting by brothers Bob & Paul Milhous. Regarded as one of the world's finest private museums, the collection boasts an unprecedented series of rare automobiles, exquisite mechanical musical instruments and collectibles, including a custom carousel. Be sure to tune in, and catch a rare glimpse at this incredible collection before it crosses the auction block next week.
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