3 edition of The man who sold the Eiffel Tower found in the catalog.
The man who sold the Eiffel Tower
Johnson, James Francis
|Statement||By James F. Johnson as told to Floyd Miller.|
|LC Classifications||HV6248.L98 J6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||61009522|
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The tower would be sold to the highest bidder, he announced. His audience was captivated, and their bids flowed in. It was a scam Lustig pulled off more than once, sources : Jeff Maysh. The Man Who Sold The Eiffel Tower book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5.
Victor Lustig was a con artist who undertook scams in various countries and became best known as "The man who sold the Eiffel Tower. Twice.". The story opens slowly as Pizzoli reviews Lustig’s early career and first con jobs, but picks up when the man conceived of a wild plan to sell the Eiffel Tower to a scrap dealer.
Tricky Vic (Hardcover) The Impossibly True Story of the Man Who Sold the Eiffel Tower. By Greg Pizzoli. Viking Books for Young Readers,48pp. Publication Date: Ma. After reading a newspaper article about the Eiffel Tower needing repairs inLustig passed himself off as a government official and convinced scrap metal dealers to bid on buying it.
Victor Lustig - the man who sold the Eiffel Tower. Twice. likes. Victor Lustig (January 4, – Ma ) was a con artist who undertook scams in various countries and became best known Followers: The Smoothest Con Man That Ever Lived “Count” Victor Lustig once sold the Eiffel Tower to an unsuspecting scrap-metal dealer.
Then he started thinking really bigAuthor: Gilbert King. The Man who sold the Eiffel tower is a true story about Victor Lustig, a swindler, who managed to sell the Eiffel tower, not once, but two times. Unfortunately for him, he was caught the sec5/5(9).