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TREASURED Warden Mavis Dunton - the chalice has been placed in a bank vault for safe keeping after the valuation by the BBC
BENGHAZI: Pieces from a huge collection of priceless ancient coins, jewellery and statuettes, looted from a bank vault in eastern Libya in the chaos of the rebellion against Moammar Gadhafi, have appeared in the local souq and are being taken abroad.
Those two people never travel on the same plane in case it crashes; it's this carefully passed-on secret ritual and the formula is kept in a bank vault.
They occupied the room at the back of the building, a former working bank vault at the old Bank of Montreal building.
However, the work has been kept in a Swiss bank vault for 30 years and the author's son, Dimitri Nabokov, has now decided to go ahead with publication of the book.
He reckons, with justification, that being able to back the second placed team in Serie A to win at home to the bottom team in the Premier League at evens is like being able to walk into a bank vault and help yourself.
John Erroll is curator of the John Mossman Lock Collection of handcrafted bank vault locks and time locks, housed on the second floor of the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen building in New York City.
The original "jewel room" of the bank vault will somewhat uniquely house a 20-metre swimming pool.
David and his ex-wife Elizabeth have kept half- a-dozen trunks of material, pictures and drawings from the wedding untouched in a bank vault.
The collection, including Latin, Hungarian and German prayer books, as well as works on medicine, law and history, was placed for safe-keeping during the Second World War in a Budapest bank vault.
Consider Anti-Tumor Painting Two, 2005, in which Hill uses ink, dye, bleach along with blackberries and blueberries to put a god's-eye talismanic back into painting: It's as if a Stella were cracked open to explore its swirling, unruly interior power--history metabolized into something ominous but always elusive; painting released, if only briefly, from the bank vault of sheer commodity to an abyss.
So a few years back, De Fina bought a bank vault to house his collection.