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January 09, 2013

Lew's curlycue signature to adorn U.S. currency

President Obama has yet to announce Jack Lew as Treasury Secretary but already there's alarm over the fact that his signature signature will be embossed on U.S. paper currency.

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 New York Magazine dubs it the "world's worst signature," but Vanity Fair points out a resemblance to Cy Twombly's Untitled # 1 and suggests in a bullish art market, "it could easily fetch several million."

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