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A picture taken on February 8, 2019 at the Weidler auction house in the southern German city of Nuremberg shows a wicker armchair, bearing a swastika, and a vase which are presumed to have belonged to late Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler. - A German auction house scrapped the planned sale of 26 artworks attributed to Adolf Hitler, after doubts emerged about their authenticity just days before they were due to go under the hammer. Five paintings signed 'A. Hitler', all of them watercolours, will be auctioned off on February 9, 2019 as scheduled, according to the Weidler auction house. (Photo by DANIEL KARMANN / AFP) (Photo credit should read DANIEL KARMANN/AFP/Getty Images)

A picture taken on February 8, 2019 at the Weidler auction house in the southern German city of Nuremberg shows a wicker armchair, bearing a swastika, and a vase which are presumed to have belonged to late Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler. - A German auction house scrapped the planned sale of 26 artworks attributed to Adolf Hitler, after doubts emerged about their authenticity just days before they were due to go under the hammer. Five paintings signed 'A. Hitler', all of them watercolours, will be auctioned off on February 9, 2019 as scheduled, according to the Weidler auction house. (Photo by DANIEL KARMANN / AFP)        (Photo credit should read DANIEL KARMANN/AFP/Getty Images)