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Rolf Harris Cornwall Paintings Pulled From Sale

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9:48am 2nd July 2014

Paintings of Cornwall by Rolf Harris are being pulled from sale.

Copies of "Figures on the Beach" are turning up on eBay as people try to offload them.

A number of online galleries were selling the pictures of a Cornish cove.

Now most have taken them down since the 84 year old was convicted of a string of indecent assaults.

9:48am 2nd July 2014

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