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A "sketch of beauties" was a piece of evidence in Miles Edgeworth's investigation into the murder of Pierre Hoquet. Drawn by Larry Butz during his trip to the Zodiac Art Gallery, the sketch features Katherine Hall, Delicia Scones, and Justine Courtney as the subjects (although he also emphasizes that only Hall and Courtney are the "beauties", as he drew Scones on the same page by mistake).
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While at the Zodiac Art Gallery, Butz drew each sketch individually as he saw them.
Later, Edgeworth received the sketch from Butz upon asking him about his sketch of "beauties". It was soon used to discover a contradiction about the tablecloth on the service cart in the sketch and the tablecloth on the service cart at the time. This allowed him to discover that there were apparently two service carts.
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