CHICAGO — Auction house Christie's said a slice of Detroit's art collection could be worth up to $846 million, far less than the bankrupt city's creditors have speculated.

The estimate was released a week after a group of creditors, including bond insurers, asked the bankruptcy court to launch an independent valuation of the art.

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