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This  image released by Christie's in London on Wednesday Feb. 16, 2011 show a self portrait by Andy Warhol. The self portrait has sold for 10.8 million pounds ($17 million)  double its pre-sale estimate  at a London auction on Wednesday. Christie's says the work had been in a private collection since 1974. It is one of a series of 11 self-portraits Warhol created. (AP Photo/Christie's, Ho)  EDITORIAL USE ONLY NO ARCHIVE

This image released by Christie's in London on Wednesday Feb. 16, 2011 show a self portrait by Andy Warhol. The self portrait has sold for 10.8 million pounds ($17 million) double its pre-sale estimate at a London auction on Wednesday. Christie's says the work had been in a private collection since 1974. It is one of a series of 11 self-portraits Warhol created. (AP Photo/Christie's, Ho) EDITORIAL USE ONLY NO ARCHIVE

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