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Set Of Chairs Owned By Ed Koch Go For More Than $11,000 At Auction

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A set of chairs owned by the late Mayor Ed Koch went for more than $11,000 at auction Monday.

A matching dining room table sold for more than $1,300.

Designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the furnishings were part of Koch's estate and had furnished his Greenwich Village Home.

They were among the items put up for auction at Doyle New York Monday.

The sale included art, as well as some of Koch's personal trinkets.

Next week, the estate will auction off some of Koch's personal letters.

Among them includes correspondence from President Ronald Reagan, letters on White House stationery from Bill Clinton and a handwritten note from President Jimmy Carter.

Koch passed away in February at the age of 88.

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