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Tuesday, November 19, 2002 If Citizen Kane were Catholic…
He might have amassed as extensive a warehouse as this firm, which bills itself as the world's largest devoted to the sale of complete interiors from churches, monasteries and castles.
It's a sad commentary that so many objects have been removed from holy places to be bought and sold, but at least the objects have been preserved. Don't know what a high altar fetches on the antique market. But if your church is looking to restore a lost sense of glory, this dealer might be a contact: It certainly would be preferable that these items be returned to active use rather than relegated to a collector's showroom.