Posted September 16, 2018 07:10:15 This weekend, the world is going to be a little bit different.

The first Crypto Coins auction on Saturday, September 19, will feature more than 60,000 digital paintings and drawings from some of the world’s most acclaimed artists, including the renowned Brazilian cartoonist, Pablo Picasso.

The auction will run from midnight UTC on Saturday through Sunday, September 20.

Each drawing sold on the site will be worth approximately $1,400, meaning that even if you’re not a Picasso fan, you’re going to get at least one good piece.

The art will be auctioned in three tiers.

The higher the number, the more valuable the painting will be.

The paintings will be offered in one-month increments.

The lowest price for the painting is $1.00.

But wait, there’s more!

Each drawing will also have a price tag.

The top five paintings on the drawing page will be the highest priced, with the paintings priced at $1 million each.

For example, the painting “Celeste and the Sea,” priced at roughly $2.25 million, will have a “CELESE” tag at the top of the page, while “Pablo Picasso” will have the “PICTO ART” tag on the bottom.

The highest priced painting will also be listed at $2 million, which is why it’s best to keep an eye out for the “CENESE and THE SEA” painting.

That painting is worth $9.8 million, but the auctioneer will only pay $3.25 for it.

That means that if you want a piece of art worth as much as that, you’ll have to pay $4,200 for it, which would be the average asking price for an entire painting.

If you’re in the market for a Picassos, this is the time to get in on the action.

If the auction ends in a draw, then the drawing will go up to $6,800, but if the drawing ends in an overall draw, the auction will go to $7,800.

If your bid goes over the final price of the painting, you get to keep the painting.

The drawing will be sold for $3,800 if it sells for less than the final bid, and $4.00 if it sold for more than the total bid.

As for the drawing itself, you can either buy it or sell it.

Buy it means you’re giving up a lot of value to get it for less money.

Sell it means it’ll fetch a much higher price, which could be a bit intimidating if you’ve never done it before.

If it sells, you need to be very sure you’re getting the best possible price.

If not, it’s likely the artist will sell it and it’ll be in a different location.

Buyer beware!

If you decide to sell, it may not be possible to get a return because the artwork is already on the market.

If someone else has a similar piece of artwork and wants to sell it for more money, they may need to get their own art in order to get that piece back.

If that’s the case, it might be wise to keep your eyes open for another Picasso drawing.

The sale will last for 30 minutes and the artist can pick up their pieces in person at the gallery that has the painting and they’ll leave the painting behind with the buyer.

If they don’t pick it up, it can take another 30 minutes for the artist to pick it back up and take it to the gallery.

That way, they’ll have a better chance of getting it back.

And if you decide that you’re ready to take on the art world, you should be able to get your hands on some Picasso art this weekend.

What’s your favorite Picasso painting?

Let us know in the comments below.