NYC Skyline Sketch by President Trump, Where Trump Tower Is Largest Building, Goes Up for Auction

The starting bid is $9,000 at the Nate D. Sanders Auction House.

An unusual sketch of the New York City skyline drawn by President Donald Trump, which shows one of his namesake towers as the largest building, has gone up for auction.

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The picture portrays rectangular outlines of multiple buildings and a taller, more descriptive rectangle of Trump Tower right in the middle.

Trump signed his sketch on the bottom of the page in gold marker.

Inside Edition recently got a closer look at the picture at the Nate D. Sanders Auction House in Los Angeles.

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The opening bid for the artwork has been set at $9,000.

Trump drew the picture in 2005 for a charity auction benefiting literacy programs.

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