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MANHATTAN (CN) - After she consigned 15 paintings worth $8,500 to $30,000 apiece to the Agora Gallery on West 25th Street, the gallery gave them away to the Salvation Army or misappropriated them for employees, Ilana Zadik claims in Federal Court. She says she learned of it when someone told her he had bought one of the paintings from the Salvation Army for $50.

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