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2no constable reproductions bought by me 40 years ago The

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2no constable reproductions bought by me 40 years ago

The Hay-wain

The Mill at Dedham

lovely gilt framing
Hi There~

My name is XXXXX XXXXX I am here to help with your question.

I would be happy to help with your framed Constable images.

In order to ascertain the value, I will need to know the size of each and if there are any publisher labels on the back side.

I look forward to reading back from you with the information.

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Hi Nora,

Sorry I have not been back to you before.


Not being very computer literate, I am 81 years young,


any chance of you ringing me on my land line 01793 339696.

I lost my wife recently after 56 years married, and trying to


take stock of things.


Appreciate your tolerance,


kind regards,


Max Moore

Hi Mr. Moore,

My condolences on the loss of your wife.

Could you give me an idea of the size of each Constable image and I will do my best to help sans images?

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Hello Nora


The Constable picture sizes are as follows:


The Mill at Dedham 25" wide x 18" deep, not including frame


The Hay-Wain 29" wide x 15" high (oval), not including frame




Max Moore



Hi Mr. Moore,

My apologies for the delay, I have been traveling a lot on business.

These framed reproduction images of famous painting by Constable were quite popular throughout the 20th century. They often have fine frames and are executed on texturized board or varnished over canvas - so as to give an appearance of an original work of art.

On today's market they tend to sell for $50 - $100 each now and are used for decorative purposes.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions on these framed wall art pieces.

Nora and other Antiques Specialists are ready to help you
Hi Mr. Moore~

Thank you for the positive rating.

Much Appreciated.