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Many things determine the price of an antique or collectible. Prints are especially difficult to judge if you're a beginner. You must learn to recognize a print, etching, engraving, lithograph, chromolithograph, photograph, and modern copies of oil paintings, watercolors, pastels, hand-colored prints or enhanced oil paintings. Each one is in a different price range.  See Kovels' online price guide for prices of all of these types of pictures.








#8 Colbalt blue bottle 'Societa Aquilana Milano'Antquin2 2017-03-16 18:52
I have a small round cork sealed fluid contenthe unknown. Any ideas on what this bottle exactly is?
#7 vintage granitewarednise0609beep 2014-10-24 06:29
I have a sugarbowl that is obviously, as I now know, graniteware. I have ref. and crossref. and ref. at any rate it has obvious markings on the bottom of it that is D.Moll Moineaux depose!!! It is hand-painted with the Moineaux, but cannot find this ANYWHERE FOR A VALUE REFERENCE!! HELP PLEASE.
#6 wash basin and overflow pitcherstephanie13 2014-08-05 20:32
I have an antique wash basin and overflow pitcher. I can't see the words or number they are hard to read the simple is a crown on top of the shield them a unicorn on left side of shield and I think its a lion on the right side of shield I think the the one word is wark but not sure.
#5 Livermore and Knight Printssat1113 2013-09-12 14:31
I have several Livermore and Knight engravings of sailing vessels from the turn of the century. One of these is Yacht "America" black and white with a small boat in the mat area of each corner, marked copyright 1904, Providence, R. I.. These are very fine engravings and I have not been able to find out anything about them. I was able to determine that Livermore and Knight produced postcards, but could not find any fine engravings.
#4 missashley 2013-01-01 15:23
I have what appears to be a teapot or samovar from Homan - quadruple silverplate item 1311.. looks like a genie lamp.. can anyone help me??
#3 Rembrandt Etchingregina11 2012-10-02 18:17
I have an etching of "The Mill" by Rembrandt that is signed it is about in a 10 x 10 frame bought it a yard sale for $5.00. I read that only a few prints had been made from the original and that this particular etching is one of the rarer ones but how can I find out if it is real. I know little about art and don't have the money to get an appraisal can you help me or direct me in the right direction of it's worth. Thank You, Regina H.
#2 printdaryl 2012-09-29 15:23
I have what i believe is a print by A.A. Glendenning dated 1900.It has two horses pulling a wagon with one man on the wagon and two men working in a wheat field.It is 51in.by27in.Can anyone tell me about this print and possibly its value?
#1 E.A. Abbeydnolfi 2012-09-24 08:50
I have a pencil drawing signed by this artist and dated 1881. I'm not sure if it is original or not. It also has a Frank Wellington signature. It is of a man holding a snake and there are colonial and indians in the picture. Are you able to tell me anything about this picture.

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