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Researching the artist and the artwork online, in auction house catalogs and through online auction sites is the most direct way to determine value, as is getting an appraisal of the piece. The value of a signed, limited... More »

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To determine the value of a signed and numbered print, take into account factors such as the artist, the age of the print and the edition. The most valuable prints tend to be from small print runs by highly sough-after a... More »

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A Grandma Moses print is almost certainly a mass-produced photomechanical print. Museum bookstores and online sellers sell them for prices in the general range of $10.00 to $38.00. More »

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To determine the value of a signed and numbered print, take into account factors such as the artist, the age of the print and the edition. The most valuable prints tend to be from small print runs by highly sough-after a... More »

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The most accurate way to determine the value of a piece of Haeger pottery is to find three similar, if not the same, items that have sold recently and use the average of those prices to calculate the current value. OldAn... More »

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An artist's signature can increase the price of an art piece by twofold. In most cases, an artist considers signing their work a valuable source of increased income. An artist's signature also attests to the authenticity... More »

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As of 2016, the value of complete sets of silverplate flatware on online auction sites ranges from $0.30 to $57 per piece. The value of silverplate sets depends on condition, rarity, pattern and availability. More »

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