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Topic - Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust
It's an antique collector's dream: buying an old box at a garage sale and discovering it contains famous lost works worth a fortune.
Ten years ago, Fresno painter Rick Norsigian stumbled upon a trove of 65 old glass negatives that he says have been authenticated as the work of famed nature photographer Ansel Adams, possibly worth $200 million.
A trove of old glass negatives bought at a garage sale for $45 has been authenticated as the lost work of Ansel Adams and worth at least $200 million, an attorney for the owner said Tuesday, but the iconic photographer's representatives dismissed the claim as a fraud and said they're worthless.