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  • $170,000

    Initial Offering Marketing Cap
  • $10.00

    Initial Offering Share Price
  • #WARHOL1

  • 05/2022

    Initial Offering Date

Just days after the death of Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol produced the first of his Marilyn silkscreen portraits. Solidifying Warhol as master of pop art, the Marilyn portraits have continued to appreciate. On May 9th 2022, Christie’s auctioned Warhol’s “Shot Sage Blue Marilyn” to an unnamed buyer for $195M — a record for the most expensive piece of art ever sold. It isn’t only Warhol’s early portraits that command premiums at auction. The market for Warhol’s prints has regularly outperformed financial markets including the S&P 500, according to Art Radar Journal. #WARHOL1 is a 1967 Andy Warhol Marilyn Monroe Signed Print, 1 of just 250 examples.

“The Warhol market is considered the bellwether of post-war and contemporary art.”

— The Economist | November 2009

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Each of Warhol’s Marilyn portraits feature the artist’s take on a publicity photo from the motion picture, Niagra.

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Initial Offering Share Price $10.00
Number of Shares 17,000
Initial Offering Market Cap. $170,000
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Asset Specifications
Artist Andy Warhol
Memorabilia Type Signed Print, Full Sheet
Subject Marilyn Monroe
Medium Silkscreen
Year 1967
Rarity Stamp-Numbered 140/250
Condition Good
Size 914 x 914 mm

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