Личные вещи "мошенника века" выставили на аукцион

15 Ноября 2010, 11:23

В Нью-Йорке началась распродажа личных вещей экс-главы фондовый биржи Nasdaq Бернарда Мэдоффа, которого в 2009 году приговорили Мэдоффа к 150 годам тюрьмы за многочисленные финансовые преступления, которые обошлись инвесторам примерно в 60 млрд долларов. Фото AFP

A pair of slippers belonging to Bernie Madoff, embroidered with his BLM initials in gold, are displayed during a press preview of Madoff auction items at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, November 10, 2010. Hundreds of items once belonging to Madoff will be auctioned off on November 13, 2010, running the gamut from a massive emerald-cut diamond to his black bedroom slippers, US officials said. Proceeds from the auction will compensate the victims of his multibillion USD Ponzi scheme. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand
Personal items which belonged to disgraced financier Bernie Madoff, are displayed during a press preview of items from Madoff to be auctioned, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, November 10, 2010. Hundreds of items once belonging to Madoff will be auctioned off on November 13, 2010, running the gamut from a massive emerald-cut diamond to his black bedroom slippers, US officials said. Proceeds from the auction will compensate the victims of his multibillion USD Ponzi scheme. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand
Shirts which belonged to disgraced financier Bernie Madoff, are displayed during a press preview of items from Madoff to be auctioned, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, November 10, 2010.Hundreds of items once belonging to Madoff will be auctioned off on November 13, 2010, running the gamut from a massive emerald-cut diamond to his black bedroom slippers, US officials said. Proceeds from the auction will compensate the victims of his multibillion USD Ponzi scheme. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand
Suits which belonged to disgraced financier Bernie Madoff, are displayed during a press preview of items from Madoff to be auctioned, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, November 10, 2010 in New York. Hundreds of items once belonging to Madoff will be auctioned off on November 13, 2010, running the gamut from a massive emerald-cut diamond to his black bedroom slippers, US officials said. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand
Personal items which belonged to disgraced financier Bernie Madoff, are displayed during a press preview of items from Madoff to be auctioned, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, November 10, 2010. Hundreds of items once belonging to Madoff will be auctioned off on November 13, 2010, running the gamut from a massive emerald-cut diamond to his black bedroom slippers, US officials said. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand
Personal items which belonged to disgraced financier Bernie Madoff, are displayed during a press preview of items from Madoff to be auctioned, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, November 10, 2010. Hundreds of items once belonging to Madoff will be auctioned off on November 13, 2010, running the gamut from a massive emerald-cut diamond to his black bedroom slippers, US officials said. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand
Personal items which belonged to disgraced financier Bernie Madoff, are displayed during a press preview of items from Madoff to be auctioned, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, November 10, 2010. Hundreds of items once belonging to Madoff will be auctioned off on November 13, 2010, running the gamut from a massive emerald-cut diamond to his black bedroom slippers, US officials said. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand
Shoes which belonged to disgraced financier Bernie Madoff, are displayed during a press preview of items from Madoff to be auctioned, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, November 10, 2010. Hundreds of items once belonging to Madoff will be auctioned off on November 13, 2010, running the gamut from a massive emerald-cut diamond to his black bedroom slippers, US officials said. Proceeds from the auction will compensate the victims of his multibillion USD Ponzi scheme. TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand
(FILES) Dated November 13, 2009 filed photo shows Rolex watches are displayed during a press preview of a U.S. Marhals Service auction of personal property seized from Bernard and Ruth Madoff in New York City. The property includes jewelry, furs, artwork and other items forfeited in connection with the criminal prosecution of Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme. Imprisoned Wall Street conman Bernard Madoff's luxury watches, piano and other ill-gotten gains sold for high prices at auction nOVEMBER 13, 2010, along with his more mundane possessions including socks. A Steinway grand piano went for 42,000 dollars in the New York auction of goods seized by the US Marshall's Service after Madoff's life imprisonment last year. The former money man's craze for wrist watches was apparently shared at the auction, where proceeds will go toward compensating victims of the decades-long pyramid, or Ponzi fraud. A Rolex moonphase watch sold for 67,500 dollars, while a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona fetched 40,000 dollars and two vintage Patek Philippe watches went for 56,000 and 37,500 dollars. Other items among the mountain of luxury goods impounded from Madoff's Manhattan and Long Island homes -- which have already been auctioned off, along with boats and other Wall Street trophies -- were jewels, furniture and artwork. Mario Tama / Getty Images / AFP / FILES
(FILES) Dated November 13, 2009 filed photo shows jewelry is displayed during a press preview of a U.S. Marshals Service auction of personal property seized from Bernard and Ruth Madoff in New York City. The property includes jewelry, furs, artwork and other items forfeited in connection with the criminal prosecution of Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme. Imprisoned Wall Street conman Bernard Madoff's luxury watches, piano and other ill-gotten gains sold for high prices at auction nOVEMBER 13, 2010, along with his more mundane possessions including socks. A Steinway grand piano went for 42,000 dollars in the New York auction of goods seized by the US Marshall's Service after Madoff's life imprisonment last year. The former money man's craze for wrist watches was apparently shared at the auction, where proceeds will go toward compensating victims of the decades-long pyramid, or Ponzi fraud. A Rolex moonphase watch sold for 67,500 dollars, while a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona fetched 40,000 dollars and two vintage Patek Philippe watches went for 56,000 and 37,500 dollars. Other items among the mountain of luxury goods impounded from Madoff's Manhattan and Long Island homes -- which have already been auctioned off, along with boats and other Wall Street trophies -- were jewels, furniture and artwork. Mario Tama / Getty Images / AFP / FILES
(FILES) Dated November 13, 2009 filed photo shows personal items are displayed during a press preview of a U.S. Marhals Service auction of personal property seized from Bernard and Ruth Madoffin New York City. The property includes jewelry, furs, artwork and other items forfeited in connection with the criminal prosecution of Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme. Imprisoned Wall Street conman Bernard Madoff's luxury watches, piano and other ill-gotten gains sold for high prices at auction nOVEMBER 13, 2010, along with his more mundane possessions including socks. A Steinway grand piano went for 42,000 dollars in the New York auction of goods seized by the US Marshall's Service after Madoff's life imprisonment last year. The former money man's craze for wrist watches was apparently shared at the auction, where proceeds will go toward compensating victims of the decades-long pyramid, or Ponzi fraud. A Rolex moonphase watch sold for 67,500 dollars, while a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona fetched 40,000 dollars and two vintage Patek Philippe watches went for 56,000 and 37,500 dollars. Other items among the mountain of luxury goods impounded from Madoff's Manhattan and Long Island homes -- which have already been auctioned off, along with boats and other Wall Street trophies -- were jewels, furniture and artwork. Mario Tama / Getty Images / AFP / FILES
(FILES) Dated November 10, 2010 filed photo shows personal items which belonged to disgraced financier Bernie Madoff, are displayed during a press preview of items from Madoff to be auctioned, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, in New York. Imprisoned Wall Street conman Bernard Madoff's luxury watches, piano and other ill-gotten gains sold for high prices at auction November 13, 2010, along with his more mundane possessions including socks. A Steinway grand piano went for 42,000 dollars in the New York auction of goods seized by the US Marshall's Service after Madoff's life imprisonment last year. The former money man's craze for wrist watches was apparently shared at the auction, where proceeds will go toward compensating victims of the decades-long pyramid, or Ponzi fraud. A Rolex moonphase watch sold for 67,500 dollars, while a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona fetched 40,000 dollars and two vintage Patek Philippe watches went for 56,000 and 37,500 dollars. Other items among the mountain of luxury goods impounded from Madoff's Manhattan and Long Island homes -- which have already been auctioned off, along with boats and other Wall Street trophies -- were jewels, furniture and artwork. AFP PHOTO / Emmanuel Dunand / FILES
(FILES) Dated November 10, 2010 filed photo shows shoes which belonged to disgraced financier Bernie Madoff, are displayed during a press preview of items from Madoff to be auctioned, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, in New York. Imprisoned Wall Street conman Bernard Madoff's luxury watches, piano and other ill-gotten gains sold for high prices at auction November 13, 2010, along with his more mundane possessions including socks. A Steinway grand piano went for 42,000 dollars in the New York auction of goods seized by the US Marshall's Service after Madoff's life imprisonment last year. The former money man's craze for wrist watches was apparently shared at the auction, where proceeds will go toward compensating victims of the decades-long pyramid, or Ponzi fraud. A Rolex moonphase watch sold for 67,500 dollars, while a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona fetched 40,000 dollars and two vintage Patek Philippe watches went for 56,000 and 37,500 dollars. Other items among the mountain of luxury goods impounded from Madoff's Manhattan and Long Island homes -- which have already been auctioned off, along with boats and other Wall Street trophies -- were jewels, furniture and artwork. AFP PHOTO / Emmanuel Dunand / FILES
(FILES) Dated November 10, 2010 filed photo shows jewelry which belonged to disgraced financier Bernie Madoff, are displayed during a press preview of items from Madoff to be auctioned, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, in New York. Imprisoned Wall Street conman Bernard Madoff's luxury watches, piano and other ill-gotten gains sold for high prices at auction November 13, 2010, along with his more mundane possessions including socks. A Steinway grand piano went for 42,000 dollars in the New York auction of goods seized by the US Marshall's Service after Madoff's life imprisonment last year. The former money man's craze for wrist watches was apparently shared at the auction, where proceeds will go toward compensating victims of the decades-long pyramid, or Ponzi fraud. A Rolex moonphase watch sold for 67,500 dollars, while a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona fetched 40,000 dollars and two vintage Patek Philippe watches went for 56,000 and 37,500 dollars. Other items among the mountain of luxury goods impounded from Madoff's Manhattan and Long Island homes -- which have already been auctioned off, along with boats and other Wall Street trophies -- were jewels, furniture and artwork. AFP PHOTO / Emmanuel Dunand / FILES
(FILES) Dated November 10, 2010 filed photo shows a 10.54 carats diamond on platinum ring, which belonged to disgraced financier Bernie Madoff, is displayed during a press preview of items from Madoff to be auctioned, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, in New York. Imprisoned Wall Street conman Bernard Madoff's luxury watches, piano and other ill-gotten gains sold for high prices at auction November 13, 2010, along with his more mundane possessions including socks. A Steinway grand piano went for 42,000 dollars in the New York auction of goods seized by the US Marshall's Service after Madoff's life imprisonment last year. The former money man's craze for wrist watches was apparently shared at the auction, where proceeds will go toward compensating victims of the decades-long pyramid, or Ponzi fraud. A Rolex moonphase watch sold for 67,500 dollars, while a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona fetched 40,000 dollars and two vintage Patek Philippe watches went for 56,000 and 37,500 dollars. Other items among the mountain of luxury goods impounded from Madoff's Manhattan and Long Island homes -- which have already been auctioned off, along with boats and other Wall Street trophies -- were jewels, furniture and artwork. AFP PHOTO / Emmanuel Dunand / FILES
(FILES) Dated November 10, 2010 filed photo shows personal items which belonged to disgraced financier Bernie Madoff, are displayed during a press preview of items from Madoff to be auctioned, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, in New York. Imprisoned Wall Street conman Bernard Madoff's luxury watches, piano and other ill-gotten gains sold for high prices at auction November 13, 2010, along with his more mundane possessions including socks. A Steinway grand piano went for 42,000 dollars in the New York auction of goods seized by the US Marshall's Service after Madoff's life imprisonment last year. The former money man's craze for wrist watches was apparently shared at the auction, where proceeds will go toward compensating victims of the decades-long pyramid, or Ponzi fraud. A Rolex moonphase watch sold for 67,500 dollars, while a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona fetched 40,000 dollars and two vintage Patek Philippe watches went for 56,000 and 37,500 dollars. Other items among the mountain of luxury goods impounded from Madoff's Manhattan and Long Island homes -- which have already been auctioned off, along with boats and other Wall Street trophies -- were jewels, furniture and artwork. AFP PHOTO / Emmanuel Dunand / FILES

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