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Ansel Adams Photo Treasure Find?
Rick Norsigian, a local painter from Fresno, Calif., bought a box of old negatives at a garage sale for 45 dollars. A lawyer said that the images have been identified as the work of world -renowned photographer Ansel Adams and are worth at least $200 million.    

Rick Norsigian

July 27: Rick Norsigian holds up a photograph made from a glass negative shot by the late photographer Ansel Adams during a news conference in Beverly Hills on Tuesday. A lawyer says the trove of old glass negatives found in a garage sale for $45 by Norsigian, a painter from Fresno, Calif., has been authenticated as the work of photographer Ansel Adams and are worth at least $200 million.

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Negatives Found

July 27: Rick Norsigian holds up a photograph made from a glass negative shot by the late photographer Ansel Adams during a news conference in Beverly Hills on Tuesday. A lawyer says the trove of old glass negatives found in a garage sale for $45 by Norsigian, a painter from Fresno, Calif., has been authenticated as the work of photographer Ansel Adams and are worth at least $200 million.

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Ansel Adams Negatives Found

July 27: Rick Norsigian holds up a photograph made from a glass negative shot by the late photographer Ansel Adams during a news conference in Beverly Hills, on Tuesday. A lawyer says the trove of old glass negatives found in a garage sale for 45 dollars by Norsigian a painter from Fresno, Calif. has been authenticated as the work of photographer Ansel Adams and are worth at least $200 million.

Rick Norsigian

Ansel Adams Negatives Found

July 27: Rick Norsigian holds up a photograph made from a glass negative shot by the late photographer Ansel Adams during a news conference in Beverly Hills, on Tuesday. A lawyer says the trove of old glass negatives found in a garage sale for 45 dollars by Norsigian a painter from Fresno, Calif. has been authenticated as the work of photographer Ansel Adams and are worth at least $200 million.

Rick Norsigian

Ansel Adams Negatives Found

July 27: This is one of the photographs, made from a glass negative, shot by the late photographer Ansel Adams bought by Fresno, Calif. painter Rick Norsigian at a garage sale for 45 dollars. A lawyer says the old glass negatives have been authenticated as the work of photographer Ansel Adams and are worth at least $200 million.

Rick Norsigian

Ansel Adams Negatives Found

July 27: This is one of the photographs, made from a glass negative, shot by the late photographer Ansel Adams bought by Fresno, Calif. painter Rick Norsigian at a garage sale for 45 dollars. A lawyer says the old glass negatives have been authenticated as the work of photographer Ansel Adams and are worth at least $200 million.

Rick Norsigian

Ansel Adams Negatives Found

July 27: This is one of the photographs, made from a glass negative, shot by the late photographer Ansel Adams bought by Fresno, Calif. painter Rick Norsigian at a garage sale for 45 dollars. A lawyer says the old glass negatives have been authenticated as the work of photographer Ansel Adams and are worth at least $200 million.

Rick Norsigian

Ansel Adams Negatives Found

July 27: This is one of the photographs, made from a glass negative, shot by the late photographer Ansel Adams bought by Fresno, Calif. painter Rick Norsigian at a garage sale for 45 dollars. A lawyer says the old glass negatives have been authenticated as the work of photographer Ansel Adams and are worth at least $200 million.

Rick Norsigian

Ansel Adams Negatives Found

July 27: This is one of the photographs, made from a glass negative, shot by the late photographer Ansel Adams bought by Fresno, Calif. painter Rick Norsigian at a garage sale for 45 dollars. A lawyer says the old glass negatives have been authenticated as the work of photographer Ansel Adams and are worth at least $200 million.

Rick Norsigian

Ansel Adams Negatives Found

July 27: This is one of the photographs, made from a glass negative, shot by the late photographer Ansel Adams bought by Fresno, Calif. painter Rick Norsigian at a garage sale for 45 dollars. A lawyer says the old glass negatives have been authenticated as the work of photographer Ansel Adams and are worth at least $200 million.

Rick Norsigian

Ansel Adams Photo Treasure Find?

Rick Norsigian, a local painter from Fresno, Calif., bought a box of old negatives at a garage sale for 45 dollars. A lawyer said that the images have been identified as the work of world -renowned photographer Ansel Adams and are worth at least $200 million.    

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