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Author: ShelbyBoy Big funky green star, 20000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 53  
Subject: Question about selling framed print Date: 12/19/2006 7:02 PM
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I have a framed art print that I am thinking of selling. The piece is titled "Plantation II" by Jim Booth. I have number 330 of 750.

I went to the artists web site and it has a page that lists the original price and then the collector's price or insurance value price. For this print (I assume not framed) the original price was $85 and the current collector's price is $2300.

I'm thinking about selling it and would like to make a simple transaction. Instead of listing it on eBay and having to go through the payment collection, shipping, etc., I was thinking of approaching some art stores in a large city near me.

Any thoughts or suggestions are appreciated. Also, is there any type of online service where people list certain prints they are seeking (in case my simple quick approach doesn't work?)


Thanks,
ShelbyBoy
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