Roman Gaming Die Fetches Astonishing Auction Price

The dodecahedral gaming or fortune-telling die auctioned by Christies on December 11 brought a sale price much higher than estimated. The die was estimated to bring between four and six thousand U.S. dollars, but actually sold for an astonishing 17,925.00 U.S. dollars, according to Christies auction house.

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Thanks to Marisa of Ashgrove (Midrealm) for mentioning this fact on the kingdom email list.