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Antiques Roadshow expert refuses to value Banksy artwork: ‘Very difficult to sell’


The guest answered: “I know what it is, I know the sort of year it was, it was around 2004, it’s basically just trying to get a valuation of it.”

“Now, that’s a tricky thing because the thing about Banksy, and he’s not the first to have done this, of course, is that he manages his brand very, very carefully indeed,” Rupert explained.

“He has a website where you can go in and you can apply for a certificate of authenticity of his work.

“And then he or his team will issue one if they think, first of all, it’s authentic.



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