Flea-Market Found Renoir Now Thought Stolen

A reporter's tip led to the halt of the artwork's sale at an auction.
3:00 | 09/28/12

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And a follow -- now on that painting a woman -- -- a West Virginia flea market for seven dollars turned out it was a Renoir. It also turns out that while she was looking forward to selling at this week -- taking home upwards of a 100000 dollars. But it was also a stolen -- -- ball stolen from a Baltimore museum in 1951 and so it looks like whoa kids. I have so. Who follow but they don't think she took -- no no they don't Josh Beckett I would say finders keepers I don't know. Got a legal argument finders -- From Canada and perhaps.

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