“People ask me what I’ll do with all this stuff when I die,” Mr Brier said recently. “I say: ‘I’m an Egyptologist. I can take it with me.’ ”
His “stuff” is a staggering collection of what he calls Egyptomania: thousands of objects of all sorts relating to ancient Egypt, all amassed, and tastefully displayed, in those three adjacent apartments, in a high-rise building just off the Henry Hudson Parkway.
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