Not one, not two, not three, but four Andy Warhol original pieces of art. At least, that's what one man was hoping when he walked into the store on "Pawn Stars" (Mon., 10 p.m. ET on History). The pictures included a heeled shoe, as well as a fairy and cherub.
The guys brought in an art expert, who confirmed particularly that Warhol had an early fascination with fairies and cherubs. The prints looked like they were early works of the famed artist. Each was signed, and after an examination, the expert was able to determine that he did believe these were original early works of Andy Warhol.
The owner was more than excited to hear this news, as well as the fact that despite it being what the expert described as a "soft market" for art right now, the pieces were estimated to fetch $10,000 each at auction. But he chose to forgo the auction route, instead selling it to the shop for an easy $27,000.
See what walks in next time on "Pawn Stars," Mondays at 10 p.m. ET on History.
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