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Update: Lost Ansel Adams negatives worth $200m - Negatives bought for $45 are the work of Ansel Adams and are now worth $200m, it's been claimed.

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Lost Ansel Adams negatives worth a reported $200mBack in October 2009, ePz reported that a man had spent $45 dollars on a set of negatives which his family said looked like the work of Ansel Adams. Well after years of trying to prove their origin, Mr Norsigian's lawyers are saying experts can confirm that they are the work of Ansel Adams.

Mr Norsigian announced the news on his website and in a press conference but some people, including Ansel Adams' grandson, are still not convinced of their authenticity. But this disagreement hasn't stopped Mr Norsigian creating a website, where he hopes to sell prints created from the negatives.


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