Depending on how damaged the photo is, you can get a program called "photoimpressions" which I use. I am actually redoing some old family photos and you can do all sorts of tricks with this program: Tears, discoloration, lighten, darken, touch up smudges, old spotting on photos, etc. If you are inte…
Around $300 to $250TrentA brand new 870 costs about that much, so a used commemorative edition should be around this price. Being the "special" commemorative that is, I'm sure someone would pay a little more if it is in nice condition.Note: There is also a lmtd. ed. 870 D.U. Tribute version that has…
I found a print from Chicago Portrait Co. that was with portraits of the Donner family that traveled in the winter of 1846("Donner Pass" was named for this expedition,in Truckee Lake, Nev.). This was in the stuff thrown away after a Donner member died in or around 1999 about the age of 80+. My print…
This particular image was recently auctioned with a starting bid of $45.00 and didn't sell. These were mass-produced, common, and typically sell for $25.00 or less. [December 2010]
There's an eBay auction with the picture of the postcard going on now. The seller's website is 222.bidpostcards.com. 7/16/2005
Hope this message gets to you. I am searching for info myself and found your posting. I have what appears to be an original pastel by L. Swigburne but no notation for Ullman Mfg. Will keep you posted on any info I come across. Faith
Ullman Mfg Co made LOTS of prints and photos, as evidenced by the many people on this board who are trying to ascertain the value of their particular print. Obviously, the more common this sort of antique is the less the value and Ullman Mfg. products are still quite common. Mass produced items for …
The Ullmann Manufacturing Company was a lithographic business
around the turn of the 20th century. It mass produced much of its
product so it is not particularly rare or valuable.
Ullman Mfg. Company FAQ Based on an internet search, I am concluding that the Ullman Mfg. Company published (and probably printed) postcards, lithographs, greeting cards and other printed materials such as puzzles. The company was located in New York City and operated around the early 1900's. You ma…
Generally, I would say no. It depends partly on who the artist is and how popular they are. Ullman Manufacturing made LOTS of prints, kind of like what you might find in Wal-Mart today (albeit the older ones are higher quality in many respects). I had an Ullman print from a fairly famous artist that…
yo, whats up homie, I've used this book a bunch of times and it has awesome stuff about what you just asked.
There's a book called Collecting the 50's and 60's. To get it you have to go to bookfinders.com
Picture--two little girls with small animal on wheels
I have a Hargrove painting. It pictures part of the front of a barn and a wagon on the side of the barn. It measures 12"x16" without the frame. with the frame it's 20"x24". I paid $55 at an antique store. It is signed on the front and also on the back by Hargrove. I had it appraised and they said th…
Pour Roby ValueOne sold in London in 2000 for between 400 and 600 pounds. I received this information via www.mgbconsult.comThis etching is an anomoly in the print world. It was created by Picasso so that his friend Roby could have a print made when he needed money. The early prints were made one at…
WA Carson PaintingGo to the free Web Site, listed in the Related Links below and put Carson's last name in the search. You will find he or she had 7 auction results, meaning the paintings have sold for between $3.50 to $5.00 per square inch.
If they are open edition pieces, probably not very much. His Limited Edition pieces are worth a little more. Carson's works are serigraphs which is a 75¢ word meaning "silk screen. Most of his works were sold for the decorator art trade. Many were sold by MLM home shows by companies like Home Inter…
That depends on how patient you are and where you find it. A Goodwill store in Tahoma, Washington, recently sold a framed Ullman print by Swinburne for $22.00; on the other hand, an antique store recently listed the same print by this artist for $195, which is overpriced but may sell anyway. Genera…
Yes. Ullman produced Hanging of the Crane in 1909. A framed copy recently sold at auction for $90. In general, Ullman framed lithographs sell for $35-90 in online auctions and on commercial websites, and a sometimes for a little more, $115-140, at live auctions.
The Ullman Mfg Co. print on reverse glass is allegedly called "The Last Letter"; however, I think the person who made that claim confused the Ullman image with the 1940s Liv Ullman movie of the same name. There were actually two editions of this print that were very similar: one shows the woman look…
Most jewelry stores have sites with pictures. For example: https://www.sconley.com/Gallery/
You could browse a lot of different stores, or a particular artist by looking up that particular site. There are also some comparison places, such as this: http://www.iceseek.com/ that allow you to look at i…
www.vintageframe.com You can e-mail them for original antique frames, reproductions and replacement glass.
I have two of the frames you are inquiring about. If interested email me at email@example.com
Try Ebay for 'Tree House'
Amazon.com is also a good place to look. There are also other
online stores for books, such as Abebooks and Alibris. If you can't
find it online, your local bookstore might be able to order it for
There doesn't seem to be a consensus with prices on eBay ranging from $9 to $95,000. Some people are convinced prints of this painting are worth around $15,000 but Wilcoxhallappraisers had this to say: "this picture is also known as "St. Veronica's Handkerchief". The original was painted by Gabriel …
Marie Laurence partial answerMarie Laurence was a pretty big name and lived 1885-1956. There is a Wikipedia article on her and you can find more by goggling her. If you have an original watercolor it is probably worth thousands, perhaps tens of thousands. I saw an oil listed on an auction expected t…
Actually the worlds oldest photo is from 1826, it's a heliograph by Joseph Niepce. If you want a balance between quality and age I would try engravings.
Photography was invented in 1839 by Louis Daguerre and nobody actually invented electricity, it was discovered by the Greeks more than…
There is a Reinier Snapper (b. 1907) from the Netherlands. A few of his pieces have been sold at art auctions, but it is difficult to obtain info on the selling prices without joining an art evaluation website, which usually charges a membership fee.
First of all, you have to make sure they are orig…
There are also some good price guides on amazon. But make sure you choose a realistic one. Also, see Related Links, below.
One place to begin is Art Net, although finding works by Healy is quite difficult.
A good trick when attempting to buy or sell art from a particular artist is to go to those galleries in the largest community from where the artist lives or lived. That is where you will usually find intere…
I don"t know But I have one as well mine has a #495 on the back.Ill keep looking as I have the same question Emmett Kelly or Kelley is the painter. I may be able to give you more information if you can show me a photograph. It depends on the dimensions and what the subject matter is (other than the …
Paintings Pattern or Item Oil On Board Description Landscape, Cows Near Stream, Frame, Thos. B. Craig, '79, 9 x 17 In. Year 2001 Price $1320.00
this is from an art price book - so his paintings go for this - I have a print that was glued to a canvas and was trying to find the price of it - I would …
try emailing the guy on www.rustyart.net In this economy it's a buyers market. I've bought these paintings as low as $26.00 and as high as $175.00. I have 60 paintings by Mr. Rust.
To find the age and value of an old tapestry, consult an appraiser.
An antique collectible may also be able to help you find this
25 cents. 1970 quarters are still in circulation and are not rare. The only ones that are worth any significant premium are quality uncirculated ones. As of 05/2010 prices range from about $1 for lower-quality uncirculated coins to perhaps $30-50 at the high end. 25 cents if in circulated conditio…
It depends on why you are framing it, what material the serigraph is on (cloth or paper, or something else...), and how long you want it to last. The main reason for glass in framing is usually protection from people... touching an artwork can sometimes hurt it over a long period of time.
The image is supposed to be St. Joan of Arc. Further research is pending.
Hi, you can check it out http://BISAN_UNO.myadpost.com i believe the seller has the same size as your painting of Cesar buenaventura. regards, jelHi. I have an old Cesar Buenventura painting myself and did a fair bit of research on it. First, Cesar Buen(a)ventura is one of the best known Mabini mast…
Info about SNAPPER I have a very large framed painting, that looks like a street & canal scene from Amsterdam, that has been painted by a PARIS SNAPPER. (Or that is what his name appears to be on the painting.) I obtained it from a deceased relative about 9 years ago. He possibly had it for more…
About £5000 what is that in American currency?
The market will determine a value for a work like this. Sometimes markets are hot, other times, not. Contact a dealer or gallery for an estimate. They aren't free, but will be more accurate than any guess by a non-professional.
There are some online services like Ask Art that you can join for a whi…
My parents purchased a Zara Ellwood water-color painting when they got married in 1939. I asked my mother if the artist was famous. She replied, "she's an 'off-the-wall' alcoholic, Greenwich Village NYC painter. Maybe one day she will be."
I found an 1858 patented Mason's jar and would like to know the value if any?
You can get them via his website www.markryden.com it also has a list of places where you can get sold out prints. They are pricy but worth it because you will be getting the genuine article.Check KULT Studio. They have a good selection of his work. http://kultstudio.com/artists/mark-ryden
A set of 1921 Collier's New Encyclopedia can be purchased for as
little as $9.99 at places such as Goodwill and the Salvation Army.
Sets can be found online for $39 to $99 per set, depending on the
A Painting by Zara Ellwood called Wild Rose water color
Many of the prints are worth close to $40 each. If you have a
signed copy of the print, it will be worth more.
You can purchase a reproduction at the website listed in the Related Links.
Description Flat printed view cards with copper metallic paint applied to the windows of the buildings. The results simulate Hold to Lights.
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Art deco refers to a style that was common during the 1920s and
1930s, and has seen a resurgence in recent years. A pair of
Silvestri Brothers lamps might fetch up to 250 dollars.
sold on eBay Apparently around $18 since that is what it sold for on eBay recently.
the lask retail offering I'm aware of was at $4500.00
i privately bought an example for $800.00
Many of the figurines are valued in price close to $40 each. The
exact price will depend upon the condition that it is in.
Many of the figurines are valued in price close to $40 each. The
amount will vary depending upon the condition that it is in.
Probably the indigenous, Albert Namatjira ... also non-indigenous, Arthur Streeton, Arthur Boyd, Hans Heysen
Royal Doulton is known for a creating a variety of fancy and
expensive figurines. The 1954 fortune teller figurine is highly
collectable, selling for 600 dollars online.
The value of the1896 Krag-Jorgensen rifle is dependent on it's condition. Sound wood Clear cartouches % of bluing Markings and serial number Matching serial numbers on receiver and bolt All original parts unaltered If the rifle is in Excellent condition and looks new, it could be worth as muc…
Value of Ridgway Homemaker plateThey sell for about £10 GBP on eBay (about $25 AU) but I recently bought one for $11 AU
I don't have an answer but I also have an old painting that says parti fra hvidingso
First, you try Nambe Metal Polish. It can be purchased at many different outlets like Neiman Marcus, Dillards, Bed, Bath & Beyond. $10 bucks or so. Use with 0000 Steel Wool. But if you want your piece to be like new, you send it directly to Nambe Pueblo. I had a piece that looked beyo…
I may be able to help you, he is my grandfather.....
I have a copper spittoon from the original hotel. I was wondering if he might be interested.
Many of the silk fans would be valued at a price close to $15 each.
The exact price would depend upon the exact fan and its condition.
There is no record of an artist named Charles Greer. It's possible
that he may have been a very minor artist whose work was popular at
one time. There is a Charles Greer who was in the Marines in WWII
who won the Silver Star for his heroism. He had a ship named after
Many of the lithographs are valued in price close to $350 each. The
exact amount will vary depending upon their condition and how they
are being displayed.
How much is the value of the Crocker Citizens National Bank 100th
According to experts, novelty beer cans like Billy Beer, JR Beer, and M.A.S.H. Beer have no value other than that of the aluminum that the can may be made of. Sorry.
For an artist just starting out, the internet is rapidly becoming the best place to showcase your work. The only way to sell anything is to have a buyer see your work. You can apply to art galleries in your area, and find out from the owner what would be the best place to display your work. I hav…
Reproduce them into notecards. Bundle them with envelopes and be sure to put a short artists statement and information on the backside. Sell them to local shops as work by a "local artist" (You can keep your original artwork to sell at another time)
what is a ted blaylock lithograph with a minted 24kt medallion worth
Answer Vee Jackson is NOT Asian pottery. Vee Jackson was one of many talented potters in Southern California during the 1940's 50's 60's and 70's. She was located first in San Gabriel, California and later moved to Pasadena, California. Some of her most striking work ws produced in the late 1960's w…
I know where this picture is. firstname.lastname@example.org i have a sailbox picture of it and i wanted to know if it was valuable
Charles Burton Barber 1845 Great Yarmouth - 1894, was an English painter who attained great success with his paintings of children and their pets. During his lifetime Barber was regarded as one of England's finest animal painters and received commissions from Queen Victoria to do paintings of he…
hello my name is Jay, and i have bought a painting by Charles Burton Barber in a charity shop. its signed on the bottom right of the painting 'C Burton Barber 1893' i still do not know if this is the original painting or not and would love to get it seen by a professional but i do not where. if anyo…
Copy being sold at Sotheby'sThere is currently a copy in resin, available at Sotheby's in New York. http://www.sothebys.com/app/live/lot/LotDetail.jsp?lot_id=159384525$2000-3000Saw one for sale at Armor.com under their Heritage Section for $2000, what an amazing piece of Art.
$500,000....in good condition?
birchwood is (maybe was) a decent English pottery manufacturer. bonanza is a pattern, dating around 1910. it features pheasants in a birch wood with other fairl typical motifs of the time. it has gold trim and is of high quality.
H J Heinz products have a number embossed on the bottom. With the bottle number we can date the bottle fron company records.
Bottles with lids, and labels are always worth more to collectors.
A common Heinz bottle is worth from $5 to $25, with labels and lid, $30 to $90.
The easisest and most reliable way to authenticate the work of Rene Lalique (which is glass made by Rene Lalique or his company R. Lalique et Cie, before his death in 1945, and which is commonly referred to in writing as RLalique, R.Lalique, and R Lalique, all of which are just spoken RLalique no ma…
Hi. Values are dependent on many factors including, age, maker, condition... so it is very hard to say without seeing the watch or having more information about it. Here are links to 2 antique watch sites. You can find out more about antique watches and collecting them there.
depending on what pattern you are using;; i would recommend the following colors;; 2 colours;; -black & red -black & yellow -yellow & orange -green & blue or for 3 colours;; -red & yellow & orange -black & white &[colour of your choice] -blue &…
That depends on the condition of it, the cover, the pages inside, etc.
Go to Ebay and do a search for Kate Greenaway. I found 109 items.
its quiet good!
On can find the value of a print by Walter Keane by looking in art
appraisal books. One can also determine the value by visiting a
local art dealer.
Since a google search for "Flitteau", "Fliteau G" and "G Fliteau" each turns up 0 results, I'd suggest you probably can't! Sorry I can't be more help! Edit: I would suggest to look for "Filteau" ... maybe
Carlo albanese jr is my father, if u have any ? feel free to write me, my email is, email@example.com
We have a 1210M5 (Mandarin) in very good clean working condition. What do you think it could be worth?
Sano Ryoji is a Japanese author.
M chatman paintings worth
Death and Darkness!! The color BLACK usually implies evil!! It can mean nocturnal-ism - creatures of the night such as WOLVES and VAMPIRES!! BLACK is the base of the GOTH style!! GOTH is not an EVIL religion or a cult that worships the DEVIL or anything negative!! It is simply a type of style that m…
Many of the paintings are valued at a price close to $30 each. The
exact price will depend upon the exact that you have.
Roast Goose basted in marmalade - often served at Christmas
what is the value of a horward miller 61 st annivery grandfather
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The date is the patent date, not the manufacturing date. Many jar manufacturers used the mason jar patent.
The value will depend on the condition and the actual size - how many gallons, quarts, etc.
I have been researching the value of a 7 gallon jar with the same date and with an eagle on the oth…
Mississippi Lime founder, Harry B. Mathews, commissioned Currier and Ives to reprint lithographs as corporate gifts beginning in the 1940s through the 1970s. While these reprints are not as valuable as the original lithographs, they have not been printed in decades and no more are being printed. The…
No, but Remington images have been reproduced by other people on suede.