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Taxi driver’s £40 car boot find turns out to be £75,000 Sikh miniature

The gouache on paper that made £75,000 at Roseberys’ Islamic & Indian Arts sale. Bidders identified the subject as the walled old town of Amritsar with the Golden Temple or Harmandir Sahib, the holiest religious complex of the Sikh religion, in the background. Given a rudimentary catalogue description and estimated at £500-1000, it was contested by multiple bidders before it sold on the pho...
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