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Arthill Museum in Istanbul has announced that it will auction the miniature walking stick, which it says belongs to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, on Sunday.
The founder of the company, Hüseyin Kocabaş, said, “The most important piece of the auction is the cane with miniatures, which belonged to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk by Shah Rıza Pahlavi in 1932, when the relations between Turkey and Iran were most intense. The walking stick is a work of art that stands out with its artistic features. He introduced the cane by saying, “It was used by the art of carving.
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After the promotion of the auction company, the Harbiye Military Museum asked the Anıtkabir Command for the records. As a result of the examination, no record of the cane was found. Thereupon, the situation was reported to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
MINISTRY LAUNCHES A REVIEW
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism, which warned the auction company, launched an investigation.
Arthill Museology, upon the warning of its ministry, removed the statements on its website that the walking stick belonged to Atatürk. However, Hüseyin Kocabaş stated that the walking stick will be auctioned on Sunday.
Source: DHAVEGABET GIRIS ICIN TIKLAYIN