Manhattan Skyline Sketch by Donald Trump Draws More Than $29,000

The 2005 drawing shows Trump Tower as the most prominent building, and is signed in gold by the president.

A sketch of the Manhattan skyline that President Trump drew back in 2005 has sold for a whopping $29,000 at auction Thursday.

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Auction house Nate B. Sanders in Los Angeles, which put the sketch on the market, was not surprised about the level of interest.

“This piece is rare — there is not a lot of artwork by presidents of the United States,” a representative from the auction house told Inside Edition.

The simple line drawing features Trump's gigantic signature in gold ink. The largest building in the sketch has a crown and represents Trump Tower.

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In 2005, the largest building in the Manhattan skyline was the Empire State Building.

The opening bid for the sketch was $9,000. Trump drew the picture in 2005 for a charity auction benefiting literacy programs.

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