A sketch by Donald Trump is on the auction block this week

Yes, you read that correctly. 

In 2005, Trump created a sketch of the New York City skyline for a charity auction benefiting global literacy. The style is, well, understated, featuring boxy buildings with triangle roofs arranged in a row atop an enigmatic double swoosh.

The medium is some kind of Sharpie-esque marker and the signature, of course, is scrawled in gold.

The framed sketch is currently up for auction online at Nate and Sanders. The bidding ends July 27 at 5 p.m. PST. The starting price is $9,000.