Sliding into $200 Million Dollar Luck.

Get this. Top story on CNN.com today… Rick Norsigian of Fresno, California, an avid picker, bought  two small boxes of slides ten years ago at a yard sale for $45 and just got word from a Beverly Hills art appraiser that the 65 glass negatives he owns were created by famed nature photographer Ansel Adams in the early years of his career and are estimated to be worth $200 million. Are you kidding?? What such luck! The photographs are to believed to have been taken between 1919 and the early 1930s, well before Adams became nationally recognized. I love to find a good bargain from flea markets and retail sales – however I tend to overlook yard sales (although I have scored some neat finds in the past). Time to start picking a little harder.


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