Published by yourcollegebars on July 29, 2017

A Manhattan Skyline Sketch by Trump Sells at Auction for $29,000

A Manhattan Skyline Sketch by Trump Sells at Auction for $29,000

Thursday was a busy news day for President Trump.

His new communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, was news after swinging against loudspeakers in a conversation by a journalist.

The United States Senate passed sweeping sanctions against Russia, forcing the President to make a final decision on the politically explosive issue.

Senate Republicans have also tried, unsuccessfully, to adopt an amendment that repeals aspects of the Affordable Care Act in a last-minute ballot that lasted until all the early hours of Friday morning.

But there was also some lighter California news, where a sketch of the Manhattan skyline drafted and signed by M. Trump in 2005 – the year that Hurricane Katrina demolished Terri Schiavo died and Kanye West has topped the charts with the single “Gold Digger “- was sold for more than $ 29,000.

The auction was held by Nate D. Sanders Auctions, an auction house auction in Los Angeles that specializes in autographs and souvenirs. The auction for the raffle was $ 9000 and a total of 11 offers are available online. The successful bidder was not identified, but is bombarded $ 29 184, including the premium.

“You will not find a $ 29,000 presidential autograph except for your return to the Founding Fathers and Abraham Lincoln,” auction house founder Nate Sanders said in a telephone interview Thursday.

“This is a very high price, and it is almost unprecedented for a modern president,” he said. “Trump this ‘wow’ factor.”

The bag with the dust of the moon includes $ 1.8 million dollars to a mystery buyer of July 2017 21

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The design itself is simple, showing a horizon behind a roadblock.

The most famous places in New York City, including the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building and the Statue of Liberty, are not visible. But Trump Tower is in the center. The future president uses vertical lines and an irregular roof to illustrate his famous facade in layers.

The auction house sale had described the drawing as 11.5 by 9 inches, “and very rare, with only a handful of such known drawings.”

It was sketched by M. Trump as part of a charity event that benefits the fight against illiteracy in September 2005.

According to a press release for the event, other participants were snowmobile driver Jeff Gordon, actress Charlize Theron and – oddly – Arizona Republican Senator John McCain, who disagreed with Trump, the last Time on Friday morning, when he voted to block last efforts to repeal Obamacare.

Despite the controversial debut of M. Trump’s office, there is a reason why a paper souvenir ink could fetch a price as high as 12 years after its creation.

“People are going to offer a lot of money to the controversial work of art of political leaders,” said Sam Heller, director of public relations for Nate D. Sanders. “Therefore, the auction house is very pleased to have tripled the price of the original offer.”

The raffle did not order the highest price in the auction, which had more than 200 pieces of the story for sale. A signed photograph of Albert Einstein on the language was sold for $ 125,000, and the original work for a comic strip of “Prince Valiant” in 1939 sold for $ 70,461.

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