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“I’d love to find whoever bought it and offer them a higher price”

“Dear PoPville,

This piece of artwork was sold by Miss Pixie’s on June 30th, and I can’t seem to get it out of my head. As soon as I saw it on IG I called to buy it, but sadly no one answered and a couple hours later when I looked again it had been sold to someone else. I come from a family of tall ship sailors and have a connection to some of the boats pictured.

I’d love to find whoever bought it and offer them a higher price, or at least find out why they chose it- it’s a cool picture but has a deeper meaning to a relatively small group of people.”

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