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By Gordon Gray Thursday, May 10, 2012
An unemployed man down on his luck was browsing in a Columbus thrift store for items he could restore and resell when he spotted a Picasso poster with the word "Exposition" written across the front, some French words, and the image of a warped round face.
He paid $14.14 for what he saw as a nice commercial print.
Some Internet searches later — and a closer look at markings on the lower right area — and he sold what's believed to be a signed Picasso print for $7,000 to a private buyer.
(READ the AP story from CBS News)
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