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Trillions of Brood X cicadas have been emerging from the earth after 17 years and creeping out lots of people, but they have inspired artists and writers since ancient times and pieces featuring the summer insect are regularly bought by collectors.
The iconic gown that caused a sensation in 1962 when Monroe wore it to serenade President John F. Kennedy went on to sell at auction for a world-record $4.8 million.
The infamous painting, Madame X, caused so much outrage, it ruined a woman’s reputation and caused the artist to flee the country.
In a simple twist of political fate, Hake became a pop-culture collectibles auction house legend in part because Richard Nixon was elected president in 1968. Sure, Hake never got to meet Elvis, but he's done pretty well for himself.