After the Romanovs were killed in 1918, the House of Fabergé, a Russian jewelry designer, was raided by the Bolsheviks, the people responsible for murdering the Romanov family. Most of the Fabergé eggs were taken to Moscow for safekeeping, but they resurfaced again in the early 1930s. Armand Hammer, an entrepreneur, found them interesting and bought ten of them to bring home to America. Some of them were sold and some were not. While some of them have changed hands several times, all we know is that 50 of the priceless eggs are still missing!