A press conference scheduled Tuesday in Beverly Hills was expected to reveal that $45 worth of glass negatives found at a Fresno garage sale are indeed long-lost Ansel Adams negatives believed to be worth as much as $200 million.
The 65 negatives were purchased ten years ago but it wasn't until recently that a team of experts verified them as original work of the great photographer that was thought to have been lost in a fire, according to Associated Press.
The negatives appear to be reflect one of his favorite subjects — Yosemite National Park. The owner was not identified.
Adams died in 1984 at 82.
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