Talk about a great garage-sale find. A man in California stumbled on a collection of negatives shot by famed photographer Ansel Adams.
Ten years ago, he paid $45 for the shots of Yosemite, Carmel and other landscapes. It's taken him until now to confirm their authenticity.
They've been estimated to be worth at least $200 million.
The glass negatives were believed destroyed in a fire. Art experts say they're a major missing link in Adams' career.
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