Man Finds Original Picasso Print At Thrift Store

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Zach Bodish went shopping at a thrift store and purchased what he thought was a print reproduction of a Picasso piece, it turned out to be an original Picasso print which he found at a Volunteers of America thrift store in Clintonville for $14.14.

The print, Zach noticed, had a red signature and after he did a bit of research he realized he now owned an original artist proof.

“I started shaking a little bit,” Bodish told the paper. “I realized it wasn’t going to make me rich, but still, how often do you find a Picasso?”

The print’s worth could go up to $6,000 and could double in a gallery

“There’s a good chance I’ll probably sell it,” he told The Dispatch. “I want to keep it, but money is tight.”

Would you sell the Picasso?

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