Mark your calendars ladies because on November 1 Lehman Brothers will start hawking the artwork that once graced the walls of Dick Fuld's office, executive dining room, gym and lobby. Barclays had one year from the time it purchased Mr. Fuld's domain to buy the photos and drawings, which the Brits unceremoniously declined, along with the dog. Up for grabs are Lichtenstein's "I Love Liberty," expected to go for $25,000, a few $500 photos, and several charcoal drawings Erin Callan did of The Gorilla when they were on better terms. Surely there's something in there for everyone. Write a check today. If not for a love of art, then do it for the creditors who are owed $250 billion but most especially former prez Joe Gregory, who is waiting for $233 million in deferred comp and is getting antsier with each passing day. We haven't seen it up close but Callan is said to have gotten the shading on the nipples exactly right. That's gotta be a collector's item.