It’s now the eighth most expensive Basquiat work sold at auction.
The ultra-rare coin had been expected to sell for between $10 million and $15 million.
The outpost will be located in a four-story, 100-year-old industrial building in the Journal Square district.
The heirs of Andy Onassis will part ways with the work at a Phillips evening sale on June 23rd in New York.
The sale includes a 1933 Double Eagle coin, a One-Cent Magenta stamp and a sheet of “Inverted Jennies.”
Proceeds will be donated to UNICEF to benefit its Covid-19 vaccination program.
The miniature properties mirror the original architectural design plans of each structure.
The object appeared as the headdress of Duke Francis I of Brittany’s first wife, painted over in azurite.
The esteemed curator has been at the helm of the Musée d’Orsay since 2017 and the Musée de l’Orangerie since 2014.