The National Asset Management Agency of Ireland, also known as NAMA or Ireland’s “bad bank,” has consigned a collection of 14 works to Christie’s valued at up to $2.8 million.  This article claims that the collection includes a Warhol “Dollar Sign” painting valued at $400,000 to $600,000, previously owned by a NAMA debtor.  Though NAMA would not confirm the identity of the debtor, the Irish Times reported that the collection was previously owned by Derek Quinlan, an ex-tax inspector and hotelier.