California Man Paid $45 for Garage Sale Find which May Fetch $200 Million

 

July 2010 - A  Fresno, California  construction worker may have made a $200 million find of Ansel Adams* glass negatives, for which he paid only $45 ten years ago, portraying scenes from Yosemite National Park and San Francisco, may now be worth hundreds of millions, if authenticated by appraisers. Continue to follow our blog on the outcome of this story...

 

 

*Photographer Ansel Adams is best known for his striking black-and-white photographs, mainly landscapes, of the American West. He died in 1984 at 82.

by Caroline Ashleigh
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