Ask the Intern: Jake Gainey at Sotheby's

September 05, 2023

Imagine walking by the largest ruby ever auctioned on your way to work! That’s Jake Gainey’s reality as an intern at the Upper East Side offices of Sotheby’s, where the rarest and most valuable objects in the world are often on display. (His other favorite sightings include the Codex Sassoon—the earliest most complete Hebrew bible—as well as paintings by Monet and Magritte.)

Imagine walking by the largest ruby ever auctioned on your way to work! That’s Jake Gainey’s reality as an intern at the Upper East Side offices of Sotheby’s, where the rarest and most valuable objects in the world are often on display. (His other favorite sightings include the Codex Sassoon—the earliest most complete Hebrew bible—as well as paintings by Monet and Magritte.)

The source of this news is from New York University

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