Anyone else surprised at this $15,600 sale for the Ed Asner Center charity auction?
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All of Wendy Pini's published art is donated and stored at Columbia University.  So even sketches tend to command decent prices compared to other artists... but $15,600?  There must have been two (or more) very motivated and aggressive bidders to bring out this result!  It is for charity, but WOW:whatthe::ohnoez:

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On 10/29/2021 at 2:50 AM, BanjerD said:

All of Wendy Pini's published art is donated and stored at Columbia University.  So even sketches tend to command decent prices compared to other artists... but $15,600?  There must have been two (or more) very motivated and aggressive bidders to bring out this result!  It is for charity, but WOW:whatthe::ohnoez:

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Someone is only supposed to deduct the charitable portion of the purchase, that is, after deducting its FMV. And that would be? 

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On 10/29/2021 at 11:39 AM, jjonahjameson11 said:

I’m not knocking Elfquest, but I’ve never known anyone who read or collected any of it.  So yes, extremely surprised by this result.

I know lots who have read it but never saw any pages available to collect.

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