"They bought quite a number of things of import at auction during the period I was involved at Christies, between 1978 and 1984), so we had a lot of interaction. One of my last sales was the cover picture of the catalogue, a Man Ray, a big solarized picture. They had this kind of passion that was wonderfully refreshing, and were willing to pay for pictures they believed in and that were undervalued. You know, they took risks. But they really studied. They came to the viewings and went through nearly all the material. Marjorie would say: 'There may be a sleeper here.'"