Today a potential bidder asked if they could see the Keith Haring, Statue of Liberty, Lot 236 out of the frame. Peter knew it was time to take out the white gloves. He carefully took the print out of the frame for examination. This is usually a good idea because prints, almost always, look better out of the frame. So to all you potential bidders, keep in mind that when possible, you should see the edges and back of a print as part of a full examination.
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