Artworks by Hitler fetch £286,000 at German auction
June 23 , 2015
Artworks made by Adolf Hitler have been sold for around £286,000 at an auction in Germany.
A painting of Bavaria’s Neuschwanstein Castle by the German dictator fetched £71,000; the buyer is believed to be Chinese.
A painting of a carnation bouquet, which was signed A Hitler, was sold for £52,000 at the event in Nuremberg.
The Weidler Auctioneers of Nuremberg, which organized the auction, has not identified the sellers or buyers. Last year, it had sold a Hitler watercolor by £93,000.
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