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Six Inspired Furnishings From the Estate of the Queen of Mean

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The insanely huge Greenwich, Conn., estate that once belonged to billionaire criminal real estate mistress Leona Helmsley finally sold for $35M back in October after first hitting the market for an astronomical $125M in April 2008. Well, items from Dunnellen Hall, as the place is called, are being auctioned this week through Christie's—some pieces sold yesterday, larger offerings are on the block today. Turns out the Queen of Mean had some pretty unbelievable furniture—we've sifted through the lot and published a half-dozen pieces in the photogallery above. Great news! As this post is going up, they're all still up for grabs.

· Leona Helmsley's $125 Million Greenwich Estate Sells For $35M [Curbed NY]
· Sale 2430 [Christie's
· Leona Helmsley's furniture from massive Greenwich, Conn., estate up for auction [NYDN]