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what might be the usual value of Victorian oilographs and is

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what might be the usual value of Victorian oilographs and is the print work obviously evident to a degree in the picture
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Appraisals
Expert:  Kim D. replied 3 years ago.
My name is Kim D. and I am a certified appraiser with 25 years in a museum and in the field. I am happy to help.

Can you tell me what the subject is in this Victorian print? Animals and children or genre scenes of appeal can enhance the value.

As well what is the condition?

These can get brittle and damaged over the years and this does affect value.

Framing of these prints too does enhance the value, as they are moderate valued decorative parlor pieces alone.

Can you tell me a bit more?

Kim D.