I was a bit skeptical about the Riggins auction when I first saw it.
The listing for the painting of the same name (pictured above) was on eBay in March 2017, but I hadn’t been able to find a photo or description of the painting.
It was listed as an auction piece from a private collection, and I was worried about its authenticity.
What I learned is that the painting is real and that it sold for $5.4 million.
The painting was purchased by the Ricks, who then sold it to the Christie’s auction house for $2.9 million in June 2017.
Since then, it has sold for over $2 million.
Riggins also sold a number of other works, including a large piece of furniture and a small sculpture of a bird called the White Bird.
One piece that I’m most excited about is the large portrait of a man named James Riggins, who was an Irish-American, and who died in 1868 at the age of 62.
It was purchased in 1882 by John and Sarah Riggins and hung at the John Riggins Art Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
It has since been purchased by New York artist Roberta Riggins.
It will go on display at the National Museum of American History and will be on view through November 23, 2020.
Check out the gallery below for a few photos of the Riggs auction piece.