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Man Buys Pretty Painting at Yard Sale for $5 That Could be Worth Millions

Imagine buying something at a yard sale and then finding out it’s possibly worth millions of dollars. Would you sell it? Donate it to a museum? I’m thinking, sell baby sell!!

Andy Fields, a businessman from England, purchased a sketch at a garage sale in Las Vegas in 2010 that has apparently turned out to be a sketch by Andy Warhol.

 

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It’s believed it was drawn by the famous painter when he was only 10 or 11 years old. The sketch, which is a likeness of Rudy Vallee (a famous singer in the 1930′s), has been authenticated by experts and could bring in millions if sold. However, Mr. Fields says he has no intention of selling it. He plans to display the piece.

So what would you do if you discovered you had purchased something worth millions at a garage sale? Ever found a hidden treasure at a sale? Comment below!

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