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What’s It Worth?

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Some college memories are priceless; others end up on eBay. Check out a few of the Columbia collectibles that were recently put up for auction.

Embroidered pillow that features a sampler of Columbia sites. $175

1967 issue of "Heights", a campus newspaper that the seller describes as being "suffused with a radical energy and a palpable distrust of the school’s administration." $550

Cheerleading megaphone of the Old Blue, an amateur rugby club founded by Columbia alumni in the 1960s. $125

Medal for participation in Columbia’s Division of War Research during World War II. $349.99

Beer stein with Columbia’s seal on the lid. $400

Tobacco silk from 1910 honoring the track team. $32

Felt pennant from the 1920s. $79.99

Specimens of yellow pond lily and convallaria root preserved by the Columbia College of Pharmacy in 1907. $55



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