Rick Norsigian purchased a box of old glass negatives at a garage sale in Fresno, CA for $45. They are now estimated to be worth $200 million.
Ten years after making that fateful purchase, Norsigian now claims he has proof that the negatives were taken by Ansel Adams during the 1920s and 30s.
The collection includes never-before-seen shots of Yosemite and other locations from Adams' early career, a period that is not well documented due to a darkroom fire in 1937 that destroyed 5,000 glass plates.
Matthew Adams, grandson of Ansel Adams, however, says there's no real hard evidence that negatives are actually from his grandfather.
CNN has an interview with Norsigian and showcases several of the images. You be the judge: