Pop artist Andy Warhol’s famed 1964 silk-screen of Marilyn Monroe could sell for up to $200 million at auction on Monday, according to pre-sale estimates, a price that would represent a new record for a work by an American.

The previous record price for a piece of American artwork was $110.5m for a skull painting created in 1982 by Warhol’s sometimes friend and sometimes competitor, Jean-Michael Basquiat.