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Top 10 Things to Steal from Your Parents' House

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Art

Don't focus on the monetary value of an art piece.
Don't focus on the monetary value of an art piece.
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Most of us aren't the lucky ones who find an Ansel Adams original for a dollar at a yard sale, so we have to collect art the usual way -- by buying it. A great art collection is a considerable investment that takes most people years to acquire, so if your parents have one, you need to stake your claim. Even if the piece is a bit dated and not worth a lot of money, like your mom's Georgia O'Keefe print or your dad's Andy Warhol of himself, you may just want them for the kitsch factor.

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