What is a portrait of 'Madonna di S Sisto' by Raffaello worth?
This Raphael painting is the Museum of Old Masters in Dresden, Germany. It is not for sale and so there is no price.
If you have a reproduction it is worth a few dollars.
how much is a signed autograph on a cd cover worth of madonna?
Madonna is worth $650million USD. Beyonce is worth just under $300million USD. Therefore the answer is Madonna.
How much is a portrait of Lyndon B. Johnson worth?
Found out through ebay, self portrait watch worth about $400.00.
Madonna makes nearly 80 mio$ a year
According to Celebrity Net Worth.com she's worth $650 million.
If its a good quality portrait, i would say 1,200.
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What is the value of a portrait of the White House in Washington DC from the Chicago Portrait Co copyright 1917 worth?
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It is Shania Twain or Madonna both worth about $450 million
Madonna who's current net worth is $110 million
If you are looking at a 2005 nickel with the new portrait of Jefferson, it's worth five cents. Jefferson's portrait was redesigned for the 2005 nickels, so all 2005 nickels look this way.
The American one with President Abraham Lincoln's portrait on is worth $5.00, five dollars.
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I also have a cathedral design Chicago portrait. It is dated June 24, 1924. I also would like to know what it is worth.
They are worth millions of dollars. For example, his painting Portrait of Dr. Gachet was sold for 82.5 million, adjusted for inflation price is $136.1.
It's a regular series 1995 $2 bill with a sticker placed over the portrait. The bill is worth two dollars.
Pop singer icon Madonna is one of the wealthiest celebrities. In 2013, it was estimated that she was worth over 700 million dollars.
They are worth One Pound. All British coins minted from 1985 to 1997 inclusive use the "Third Portrait" of Queen Elizabeth II which show her wearing a Diadem, earrings and a necklace. The Royal Mint produced 853,875,418 One Pound coins using the Third Portrait (with necklace).
The coin is worth a price ranging from $25 to $50. The exact amount will depend upon the condition of the coin.
George Washington's portrait never appeared on a circulating nickel. Please check again and post a new question.
A 1971 British new penny is worth around $0.20 if in good condition and $0.50 if uncirculated. It is minted with the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on one side.
If one side has a portrait of George Washington, and the other side says both 1959 and 2008, then it's simply a common Alaska state quarter, worth 25 cents.
In 2011 Dali's "Portrait de Paul Eluard" sold for 13.5 million pounds, that is over 21 million dollars.
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Check that coin again. By 1950, the dime featured a portrait of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
It is impossible to assess the value of a work of art until it is up for sale.
Two dollars, if it's a regular $2 bill with a sticker over the original portrait.
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All you have is a regular series 2006 $1 bill with a Santa decal over Washington's portrait. It's worth one dollar.
You haven't said whether this is a photographic or a painted portrait, but let's say it is photographic; people take all sorts of photographs. There are few restrictions (short of child pornography) on the type of photographs that you can take. Perhaps there is some child whom you wish to include in your family portrait because you like him or her, or because he or she is a friend of the family, or is particularly… Read More
they are all over the place. Watch a few end on Ebay & that will give you an idea. I'd say 50-75 give or take & depends some on pose.
It's an ordinary bill with a little sticker pasted over Thomas Jefferson's portrait. It's sold as a novelty item but is only worth the $2 that it was made from. it is worth 2 dollars. it is just a sticker over jefferson.
Please read the bill more carefully. It's a Federal Reserve Note. ALL $5 bills printed since 1963 have been Federal Reserve notes, the standard form of U.S. currency following discontinuation of U.S. Notes and Silver Certificates. If your bill's date is in the range 1963 to 1969 it's worth $5 in worn condition, $7 or so if it has almost no wear. Anything newer than that is a common circulation bill worth only $5 regardless… Read More
Your coin should have a portrait of former Chancellor Paul von Hindenburg. With an A or B mint mark, it's worth $3.50 to $7 in circulated condition. D, E, G, or J : $4 - $8 F : $7 - $14
You are probably referring to the 1965 commemorative Crown (a denomination equal to 5 shillings, or a quarter of a British pound) issued in Great Britain. The coin is larger and thicker than a US silver dollar, and there is a portrait of Queen Elizabeth the Second on the front, and a portrait of Winston Churchill on the back. It is worth about a dollar in circulated condition.
If underneath his portrait is says "In God We Trust 13th President" it is a Fillmore dollar, part of the Presidential Dollars series, and it is worth one dollar. If it just says "Millard Fillmore 1853" (the last year of his presidency) is is a commemorative trinket, and essentially worthless.
To give an estimate for value, what's really needed is the series date, which is just to the right of Washington's portrait. If it's anything 1935 or 1957, those generally aren't worth much more than face value.
There is no such coin. Look at your Lincoln CENTS to see a picture of Abraham Lincoln. Halves minted in 1963 carry a portrait of Ben Franklin. They're worth about $6.
However it reflects in your heart, mine is a self portrait, so i would never part with it, no matter what the price.
In 2009 Dec 8 Rembrandt's painting Portrait of a man, half-length, with his arms akimbo, painted in 1658, was sold for a record 20.2 million pounds ($33.2 million).
Rembrandt is one of the most famous artists of all time. He was well known for his portrait paintings. Some of his most famous paintings are worth millions of dollars.
I have a silk screen print of a self portrait of Keith Michell as Henry VIII Does anyone know about how much this may be worth?
The silk screen print of Keith Michell' self portrait as Henry VIII is valued at $40. The value of the print has dropped in recent years. This is because of the advent of DIY technologies, which allow fans of Michell to print their own shirts at various sites.
There is no such thing as an 1803 U.S. nickel. You have a Lewis & Clark commemorative nickel that was minted in 2004. Turn it over and look next to Jefferson's portrait. These are worth exactly 5 cents.
There is no way of assessing the value of a work of art until it is up for sale. But you may be interested to know that Vincent's Portrait of Dr Gachet was sold in 1990 for 82.5 million dollars.
Please check again and post a new question. Liberty quarters were only minted up till 1930 and Benjamin Franklin's portrait was on half dollars.
Check the other side. Odds are that below the queen's portrait are the dates 1952-2002, commemorating Elizabeth's fifty years on the throne. The nickel is worth five cents.
If the bison is upside-down in relation to Washington's portrait on the other side, then it's minted correctly and worth 25 cents.