Nothing From Kozlowski?

Famous for their previous display of Fabergé eggs, the Forbes Galleries in New York City are now trying to attract visitors with lesser-known "Treasures of the Titans." A more accurate description of the 140 items assembled by the National Jewelry Institute: knickknacks of the rich and famous. Who, after all, wouldn't want to see J.P. Morgan's Cartier cologne holder, right, or William Randolph Hearst's buffalo-horn drinking cup, above? Come March, the bric-a-brac exhibit will shift from the first half of the 20th century to the latter, featuring, among other items, Elvis' most utilitarian bling--his gold Dunhill lighter.

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