It was dedicated to the members of the Franklin mint collectors society.
plate number 18.879K 1978
A Norman Rockwell print of The Collector may not have much value, as there are thousands of prints of this work in circulation. Value will depend on the size and condition of the print, but most likely it is worth between $3 and $50.
can you describe the picture or title from the back of the plate? Most Rockwell plates today are not generating much interest by collectors.
23.00 without authentisity
Hi: I am a secondary dealer in Norman Rockwell collector plates and I sell each for about $20.00 in box with paperwork. Check eBay and others sites for comparisons.
Its only worth what someone will pay for it. Some collector sites are selling it for 55. Ebay its selling for 15
The address of the Rockwell Public Library is: 307 Main St E, Rockwell, 50469 0419
The address of the Historic Rockwell Foundation is: Po Box 35, Rockwell, NC 28138-0035
Norman Rockwell had one brother, Jarvis Waring Rockwell, Jr. He had no sister.
George Lincoln Rockwell went by Commander Rockwell, and Linc.
George Rockwell is 6'.
The address of the Rockwell City Public Library is: 424 Main St, Rockwell City, 50579 1415
No, he did home funrishing, there is a slim to none chance to finding one espeacialy of a animal $w@gt@st!cn3$$ we in dis thang babe
Norman Rockwell was a realist.
Rockwell Stephens was born in 1900.
Rockwell Stephens died in 1982.
Johnny Rockwell was born in 1944.
Doc Rockwell was born in 1889.
Doc Rockwell died in 1978.
Kathleen Rockwell died in 1957.
Kathleen Rockwell was born in 1873.
Rockwell Automation's population is 2,011.
The population of Rockwell Automation is 21,000.
Rockwell Automation's motto is 'Listen.Think.Solve'.