A large Carousel from Milhous Collection will cost as much as a supercar

If you thought MJ’s Neverland was amazing, then there is a vintage carousel from the collection of brothers Bob and Paul Milhous that would’ve knocked your socks off. The professionally built 50-foot carousel complete with a Wurlitzer organ is customized to the core. The stunning work of art sports beautiful stained glass art and a “three-row menagerie” of professionally carved out 42 animals. The rare organ piece at the center is a stunning “double-tracker variety” which will play non-stop!

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Towering over impressive 46-feet the carousel is going under the hammer with an estimated price of $1,000,000 to $1,500,000. The auction will be conducted by RM Auctions, in association with Sotheby’s and would also be putting up some amazing collectibles from “the world’s finest private museums, the Milhous Collection” on February 24 – 25, 2012 in Boca Raton, Florida.
[RM Auctions]

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