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This undated photo provided by Stack’s Bowers Galleries shows both sides of a Nobel Peace Prize that was saved from possible destruction for the value of its gold. The 1936 medal is only the second Nobel Peace Prize to come to auction and marked the first time an individual from Latin America was recognized by the prestigious award. The 23-karat relic is being offered for sale in Baltimore on March 27, 2014, by the New York-based Stack’s Bowers Galleries. (AP Photo/Stack’s Bowers Galleries)

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