Goodwill Customer Spots Valuable Dali Painting
STEVE INSKEEP, host:
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Apparently, the Goodwill store in Grand Junction, Colorado counts as an art gallery. The goods donated there include a print of a Salvador Dali painting. It's called "The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus." The print is signed and numbered: number 168 of 300. A customer spotted this painting and suggested that the managers had underpriced it, because they had a price tag of $10. Now the store is selling it at an auction.
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