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Five paintings by Adolf Hitler failed to sell at auction in Nuremberg, Germany, the BBC reported Sunday.
The paintings were predicted to fetch tens of thousands of dollars, but the auction house was hit with accusations of forgery in the days ahead of the sale.
The article goes on to state the following:
German authorities last week seized 63 paintings with the signatures “A Hitler” or “AH” from the Weidler auction house over forgery concerns, according to the report.
The remaining five paintings, in addition to a number of other items said to have been owned by Hitler, did not sell.
— Ewald Baumann (@EwaldBaumann) February 11, 2019
Five paintings attributed to Adolf Hitler failed in selling at an auction amid anger at the sale of Nazi memorabilia. Prices between 19,000 and 45,000 euros ($21,000 and $50,000) #Hitler #Painting #Art pic.twitter.com/bAbwrxeboq
— ANEEL AHMED USMANI (@UsmaniAneel) February 9, 2019
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) February 10, 2019
— The Hill (@thehill) February 11, 2019
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