This undated handout image provided by the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) 

This undated handout image provided by the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) shows an orange card, the only record the museum has that a Renior painting was stolen from the BMA,  Nov. 17, 1951. Officials at the BMA are combing through their paper records to learn more about a recorded theft of a Renoir painting from the museum in 1951 after seems to have turned up recently at a West Virginia flea market sale. While no police report has been uncovered yet, an expert on art thefts says the museum has a good case to reclaim the painting for its collection.  (AP Photo/Baltimore Museum of Art)
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This undated handout image provided by the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) shows an orange card, the only record the museum has that a Renior painting was stolen from the BMA, Nov. 17, 1951. Officials at the BMA are combing through their paper records to learn more about a recorded theft of a Renoir painting from the museum in 1951 after seems to have turned up recently at a West Virginia flea market sale. While no police report has been uncovered yet, an expert on art thefts says the museum has a good case to reclaim the painting for its collection. (AP Photo/Baltimore Museum of Art)
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