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Tom G

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I first read about it on John Cox's excellent Houdini site.
https://www.wildabouthoudini.com/2020/03/houdinis-278-now-has-official-website.html

Apparently the new owners decided to have some work done, and they ended up with a good number of original bricks. Someone told them they should sell them instead of having them hauled as construction debris.  They either come from the garden entrance or Houdini's office.  Below are links to the owner's sites.

https://house.278.nyc/2020/04/05/buy-a-brick.html
https://house.278.nyc/
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Anthony Vinson

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Interesting indeed. I have never been a collector, but those who are, particularly of Houdini memorabilia, will doubtless enjoy having one of these.

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Tom G

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I've kind of wanted a signature, since he seemed that he signed everything around like Vernon, but at 1K plus, I'll pass.  This seemed really interesting.
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