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A collection of tobacco pipes that is said to have once belonged to Albert Einstein has been put up for auction, and bidders have already driven the price to more than $20,000.
The historic collection is a part of the "Remarkable Rarities" event that’s being hosted by RR Auction, an auction house that’s headquartered in Boston.
Einstein’s tobacco collection includes nine intricately carved pipes, many of which reportedly have bowls made from briarwood.
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The tobacco pipes vary in size and are being held up by a wooden stand that has "flexible slots," according to RR Auction.