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Obama's College Apartment On The Market

The New York apartment President Barack Obama inhabited while he was a student at Columbia University is available for rent at $1,900 a month. Here are some other pieces of Obama's past you can buy or rent:

  • Box of Playboy magazines filled with notes in the articles' margins—$125
  • Bar napkin on which he plotted out his entire presidency—$340
  • Garter belts from Rocky Horror Frank-N-Furter costume—$3,000
  • First mix tape ever made by Barack, featuring Kool and the Gang, James Taylor—$55,000
  • Hastily scribbled list of pros and cons of dating Michelle Obama—$300,000
  • Birthday card from Weather Underground—$125,000
  • First draft of his iconic 2008 campaign poster bearing the phrase "Positive Expectation" instead of "Hope"—$25,000
  • Complete set of Treasury bonds he created in 2009—$1.4 trillion
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