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A British man wants to sell a signed portrait of Churchill for more than a million pounds.

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The pen and ink drawing of Winston Churchill was created in 1955. Now they plan to sell it at auction.

British artist Paul Trevillion plans to auction an autographed portrait of Winston Churchill. The Guardian reported this.

It is known that the picture was created in 1955 with pen and ink. It was later signed by the former British Prime Minister.

Now the artist has decided to put the picture up for auction to mark the 80th anniversary of the Normandy landings in June and the 150th anniversary of Churchill’s birth in November.

He hopes it will fetch more than £1 million, the amount it was insured for when it went on display at the National Football Museum in Manchester in 2017.

Part of the proceeds will go to charity.

Paul Trevillion

It was previously reported that Sotheby’s will put up for sale a sketch of the last portrait of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

Winston Churchill’s dentures have sold at auction for £18,000
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