This Picture Came off of my own Wall its been hanging for about 2 yrs. The value of the painting will depend on the condition, size, framed, and how many are available. August 22, 2015 0 found this helpful you can do the research yourself. I didn't purchase it it was a gift from my mother-in-law several years ago when he was so popular. We want to post this on Craig's List or eBay, but are not sure what to even ask for it. That means it is the 121st print of 300.
If your broker is like mine, they will want to know how much you paid for it, if it has all the correct paperwork like certificate of authenticity , and if it is framed or not. Condition: Used, Condition: Excellent condition. Shipping this will take a good chunk out of any sale. He has no value maybe an origional might be worth something, but most he has is prints and such, sorry to find out what it is or not worth, buy for the beauty of his paintings, not for future investment value. You should have a look for yourself. We will do our best to solve any problems for you as soon as possible.
Presents will be exchanged, prayers offerednd perhaps a mug of steaming cider will send you on your way. August 24, 2015 0 found this helpful You should google for information. I own a Thomas Kinkade print, The Forest Chapel, the library edition. By the way, my three year old daughter, Merritt, is a wonderful model for paintings like this, and in tribute to her efforts, her name adorns the mailbox to the right of the sleigh. Second hand, I don't know what people would pay. Most are selling for under 100.
The number of things broken these days in transit is frustrating. We are not trying to break anyone, but don't want to give it away. It is now time for me to sell my painting and I can't find the original paperwork. Sellers do their research before they list but the true value is what is sold. They are not free but they do have a free trail period that you might want to utilize. I would not even bother trying to sell it on eBay or online because shipping is a disaster waiting to happen. Then there is the problem of shipping if you go with eBay.
I have no idea of the value of Thomas Kinkade prints, but I do know that unlimited edition prints or even limited editions of 500 or so , framed nicely, are not that valuable. Can anyone suggest what we should ask for it? While I am aware that the value of such items is hardly worth what I paid for them, I am wondering if having a couple which he personally signed and drew on while at a signing event will increase the value in today's market. Prints do not appreciate in value, because there are so many of them. Usually the signature would be at the bottom. If it is signed and numbered it may very well be worth something.
I am getting married and we could sure use some extra cash. You will almost never find one from your exact series and exact match to every criterion to give you an exact value of what someone paid for your item value is what someone pays, not what a seller wants. I'm sorry if you thought you might have a more valuable piece, but I suspect not. That will be your value in today's market. January 11, 2011 Does anyone know if a Thomas Kinkade library edition print, titled Forest Chapel, is worth anything? Standard Prints All of our prints are waterproof, produced on state-of-the-art, professional-grade Epson printers. Trying to value someone on a similar is not a good thing in these items because some are more or less avaluable and if you find a similar that is a high value and yours is a low value you will be disappointed when you don't fetch that much. By the way, my three year old daughter, Merritt, is a wonderful model for paintings like thisnd in tribute to her efforts, her name adorns the mailbox to the right of the sleigh.
. Post back what you decide and the value you get when sold! There is no number next to the signature. If you look to the right side of this listing you will see a lot Kinkade listings. Condition: Used, Condition: Please view all photos, ready to hang, embossed wood frame, glass is excellent. Best Answer Kinkade is popular but there are quite a large number of prints of every painting available and also on different types of material. Presents will be exchanged, prayers offered, and perhaps a mug of steaming cider will send you on your way.
I collected Thomas Kinkade items back in '90. This exceptional Masterpiece Edition, with mahogany finish base and gleaming brass plaque, achieves an unprecedented level of devoted hand-craftsmanship and artistry that will be enjoyed now and for all your Christmases to come. You could also take it to an art shop or antique and collectibles shop and see what they would give you for it. Best Answer Almost all Kincaid paintings were produced in several sizes as well as printed on several type of material so you may have to do some of your own research as you did not supply any of this information. Get several bids if you can and let the place that gives the best percent of sale the business.
If you are lucky, you may find a place that will buy it outright and then you can get the cash in hand. I've moved into a 2 beach bedroom condo and no longer have room for storage or darker decor items. Plays a medley of favourite holiday carols. ©2003 Thomas Kinkade, Media Arts Group, Inc. Also, any ideas of where I could sell it? January 12, 2011 0 found this helpful Thomas Kincade has put his paintings on everything, the value is very low maybe just for the frame.