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  • "The price of a lot of it was artificially inflated because buyers would know she would pay what they asked," Mr. Lewis said. "Once she was jailed, the market collapsed, so a lot of this stuff isn't worth what she paid for it."

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  • "It's the most remarkable collection I have ever seen," said James Lewis, of Bamfords auctioneers in Derby in central England. "When the [truck] turned up, it was a seven-tonner. There was just box after box after box."

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