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The enjoyable habit of 'people watching' can also have a material benefit. All collectors and dealers seem to have favourite sales that they attend regularly. But the beginning of wisdom for the new arrival breaking into new territory is, like an anthropologist with a remote New Guinea tribe, to insinuate himself into their affections, conform to their culture - and hope not to be eaten alive....
  
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