A woman from the US state of Connecticut owns an etching that her late father found at Yale University 17 years ago.
Cheryl Conroy Warren didn’t know the true value of the piece until recently, when she showed it on a popular show called “Antiques Roadshow”.
The etching was estimated to cost around $10,000 to $15,000, as the appraiser at the show recognized the piece to be a work of Chinese painter Zao Wou-Ki.
Her father was a construction worker at Yale University when he saw the artwork in a dumpster and decided to keep it.
"I think it's hysterical, I think it's very funny," Warren was reported by NDTV as saying.
She now plans to sell the artwork and give the money to her mother.