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David Redden, Who Brought Ingenuity to the Auction Block, Dies at 75

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One hundred seventy-five cookie jars that belonged to a famous artist. The bat that a legendary baseball player used in his last appearance at a famous stadium. A piano played by an actor in a classic film. Expensive jewelry owned by a prominent figure. An auctioneer with a long career at a well-known auction house, specializing in rare items, has passed away. The auctioneer was known for his ability to generate excitement and create stories around the objects he sold. He organized many famous sales and was considered a great auction impresario. He died at the age of 75 due to complications from a medical condition he had for nine years.