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Thank you! Graham Clarke's original, signed and numbered limited edition etchings generally sell at the 200 to 300 pound level, such as the two attached from editions of 400, which sold in recent auctions at this price level. If you have titles, I can provide more specific guidance. At galleries they can bring more, often at the 250 to 400 pound level when framed and with no condition issues.
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Thank you! "Anchor and Hope" was published in 1991 as part of a series the artist did on sporting pubs. The artist's proofs sell for comparables to the numbered editions and with the handwritten note these sell for 200 to 300 pounds at auction in nice frames. This pair sold for 420 pounds: https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-us/auction-catalogues/gorringes/catalogue-id-srgo10046/lot-4a2fd744-b0b7-448f-bcd6-a7a800fd596c
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