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NAMA to put Quinlan art hammer under the hammerx

An Andy Warhol “Dollar Sign” is among artworks worth more than €2 million being sold by the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) to recoup some of the debts of real-estate investor Derek Quinlan.

26th September, 2011
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Andy Warhol's "Dollar Sign" is to be sold by NAMA.

An Andy Warhol “Dollar Sign” is among artworks worth more than €2 million being sold by the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) to recoup some of the debts of real-estate investor Derek Quinlan.

Christie’s International, on the instructions of NAMA, will offer 14 works from an unidentified private collection at auctions in New York and London in November, the auction house said in an e-mail. The collector was named yesterday as Quinlan by...

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