Fans longing to own a piece of Greta Garbo found no slouch hat, dark glasses, shawls or cigarette holder for sale at the third and last auction of her possessions. But plenty of bidders paid high prices Thursday for the porcelain and enamel boxes, leather-bound books and Louis XV chairs that once filled the reclusive actress' New York apartment. Constance Ford, a New York actress, placed a winning bid of $2,250 at Sotheby's for a pottery figure of a clown. Ford didn't know Garbo, but "I think everyone felt very close to her." On Tuesday, Garbo's most important painting, an 1889 portrait by Renoir of his nephew, sold for $7 million. Thursday's auction was not about great works of art; it was about the film legend and the elegant world she created in her Manhattan apartment. A pair of Louis XV beechwood chairs went for $88,000. A two-drawer tulipwood parquetry commode sold for $68,750. Small paintings and little porcelain boxes that were estimated to sell for $100 to $200 went for 30 times that amount. An oil painting of a white terrier, valued at $600 to $800, sold for $18,700.