What treasures were in Liberace's vault?


Published in Daily Trivia

Flamboyant entertainer Liberace, who "cried all the way to the bank," owned thirty-nine pianos; eighteen of his most rare instruments are on display in the Piano Gallery at the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada. One of the most notable pianos in the collection is Chopin's French Pleyel. Liberace's favorite Baldwin concert grand piano, covered with thousands of etched mirror tiles, is also on display. Elaborately ornate cars are showcased in the Car Gallery, including a one-of-a-kind Rolls Royce covered with mirror tiles etched with galloping horses. The Rolls is a Phantom V Landau limousine with a James Young body and Deville extension. Only seven were made, and it is the only one with left hand steering.




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