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David Hockney Panama Hat
A signed limited edition Panama Hat print by David Hockney signed and dated by the legendary British artist and numbered 101/125 ($30,000 – $50,000). (photo left).

A 2008 Barack Obama (Hope) signed limited edition print numbered 91/600 by Shepard Fairey ($10,000 – $20,000) (photo bottom right).

A 2013 original untitled and signed ink and pastel on archival gator board painting by Aaron Garber Maikovska ($15,000 – $25,000).

Gold Miners (South Africa) a 1950 vintage large-format gelatin silver photograph, stamped on the verso “Life Photo by Margaret Bourke-White / May 18th, 1964” ($1,000 – $2,000). Hope
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