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The piece appeared close to Dover’s ferry terminal on Sunday

A Banksy mural in Dover displaying a workman chiselling a star from the EU flag could possibly be eliminated and offered, the homeowners of the constructing have stated.

The Godden household stated they had been choices with the Bankrobber Gallery in London for the art work.

They stated: “We’re exploring choices for the retention, removing or sale of the piece.”

The Goddens beforehand misplaced a Excessive Courtroom battle after attempting to promote one other Banksy mural they owned.

The constructing close to Dover’s ferry terminal is because of be demolished as a part of a regeneration undertaking.

“We’ll look to profit native charities with proceeds from any sale of the [Dover] piece,” stated the household, which has a big property portfolio.

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Artwork Buff appeared on a wall of a constructing, in Payers Park in Folkestone, additionally owned by the Godden household

Dover District Council has stated will probably be utilizing CCTV to observe the art work, on York Road, after it was defaced.

In 2014, a Banksy mural of a woman staring at an empty plinth was painted on a wall of an amusement arcade, additionally owned by the Godden household.

The work entitled Artwork Buff was shipped to the USA to be offered, however was returned to Folkestone in 2015 after a prolonged Excessive Courtroom battle.

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The removing of the star causes cracks to the remainder of the EU image