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.
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.
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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