Warhol Ones

These $1 bills made by Andy Warhol for a 1971 fundraiser are probably the cheapest Warhol pieces you can buy.

“In December 1971, Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) held a fundraiser where they commissioned several prominent artists to make “art cash” for a gaming night. Robert Raushenberg created his own $12 bill and Andy Warhol made $1 bills, the result which you see here. The money was printed by the American Banknote Company on the same paper used for U.S Currency at the time (although minus the threading employed for anti-counterfeiting measures). This stack of fifty bills offered by Exhibition A originated from the estate of E.A.T.’s founder and is extremely rare. All Warhol Ones are sold in very good condition.”


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  1. Peter

    Hi, are you sellling the onners?


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