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Did Ansel Adams take these photos? Are they worth $200 million? Depends who you ask

"Rick Norsigian, the antiques buff who bought a couple of boxes of old-fashioned glass-plate photographic negatives at a garage sale 10 years ago in Fresno, then set out to prove they were taken by Ansel Adams early in his career, is back in the news."

Published on 29 July 2010

"Rick Norsigian, the antiques buff who bought a couple of boxes of old-fashioned glass-plate photographic negatives at a garage sale 10 years ago in Fresno, then set out to prove they were taken by Ansel Adams early in his career, is back in the news. Norsigian and his advisors laid out what they say is conclusive proof Tuesday in a packed news conference at a Beverly Hills gallery whose owner, David W. Streets, is on a team that has appraised the potential value of the 65 negatives at more than $200 million."

Did Ansel Adams take these photos? Are they worth $200 million? Depends who you ask - Mike Boehm in the Los Angeles Times, July 27, 2010

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