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Lost Rembrandt Found Under Ping Pong Table Sold At Auction (Video)


Three brothers in Teaneck, New Jersey managed to earn over a million dollars after discovering a lost Rembrandt in their basement! Nathan Rousseau Smith (@FantasticMrNate) has the story.

Nobody expects to find a Rembrandt sitting under the ping-pong table in the basement. So the Landau brothers, natives of Teaneck, N.J., felt perfectly comfortable skipping their own estate auction.

What happened next was incredible, even for an episode of Strange Inheritance, the Fox Business Network series which premiered its fourth season Monday, Jan. 15. The Landau’s told their story to host Jamie Colby at 9 p.m. ET.

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Their inheritance tale started typically: Back when Ned, Roger and Steven Landau’s grandparents died, their mother cleared out their house, keeping some items that might go well in her dining room – like his silver tea set and a couple of old paintings. Then mom died in 2010, and her three sons repeated the drill.

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