New England woman's $4 thrift store find was an N.C. Wyeth painting worth $191K
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A New England woman’s $4 thrift store purchase helped solve a decades-old art mystery – and made her over $100,000 richer. According to the Bonhams Skinner auction house, the painting was one of four illustrations that American artist N.C. Wyeth contributed to a 1939 edition of Helen Hunt Jackson’s book “Ramona.” It was sold at an antique shop in Manchester, New Hampshire, to the buyer who brought it to Bonham Skinner. It sold for $191,000 in Marlborough, Massachusetts. The discovery...

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