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Trump’s Manhattan Skyline Sketch Fetches Nearly $30,000



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    Nate D. Sanders Auctions
    A 2005 drawing of New York City's skyline by Donald Trump is up for auction in New York.

    President Donald Trump’s minimalist drawing of the Manhattan skyline earned the seller nearly $30,000 at auction Thursday night, NBC News reported.

    Trump's signed sketch of New York City, with what appears to be Trump Tower at its heart, went for $29,184, according to its listing. There were 11 total bids with the minimum starting at $9,000.

    Nate D. Sanders Auctions, the Los Angeles-based auction house that held the bidding, specializes in autographs and memorabilia.

    The 11.5-by-9 inch work was “nicely matted against gold and framed,” according to the listing. Besides a “light smudge and abrasion” to one side of the image, the picture was described as in “near fine condition.”