into my office. please be seated, mr. desar. - thank you. - oh, but muslims don't drink liquor. - coffee, of course. very thick and very black... i've never been to turkey. or abroad at all. but with my treasures from these fabulous places all around, i often feel like a rl not appear to sell, mr. appleby. - well, business hasn't been good. people just don't seem to want antiques. - the lady in the shop, she wanted to buy several pieces. - of course, but they'd already been sold. - interesting. antiques do not sell and yet they sell. but whether they sell or no, you owe desar and son $12,000. it must be paid. - in two weeks. - two weeks? i haven't got it. - you will get it soon? - no ... you see i haven't really sold them. i found i couldn't part with them. i just can't -- [something breaks] that woman! [whispers] no. - broken. utterly broken. - i'm terribly sorry. i don't know how it could have happened. - it's beyond repair. my beautiful camel. - i know how you feel. - it can never be replaced. - well naturally, i'll pay you for it. - naturally? it's only worth much with me.
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