Sotheby’s is home of notable auctions that are probably not on the radar of most of us — unless you’re somehow a collector of fine art.
In past years the auction house has sold iconic pieces such as Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” for $119.9 million or Pablo Picassso‘s “Garcon à la Pipe” for $104.3 million. (You probably know the images but not their names.)
If you didn’t believe it by now after watching TV or walking down any aisle in a retail store, there’s one more way to know Star Wars is a big deal this month.
Sotheby’s has an auction coming.