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The Seller of CupidsLa Marchande d'amours
Jacques Firmin Beauvarlet, French, 1731 - 1797. In reverse after a painting of 1763 by Joseph Marie Vien, French, 1716 - 1809. Dedicated to Duc de Cossé, French.
Typically this has writing on the bottom: see: https://www.philamuseum.org/collections/permanent/771.html?mulR=2278 and see also: http://www.theprintscollector.com/Article/Antique-Print-CUPID-SELLER-SALESWOMAN-BASKET-PUTTI-Beauvarlet-Vien-1775
The absence of the script below the picture means that it is either an 18th century print that has been trimmed, or a later 19th century one. Either way, these sell for around 150 to 250 pounds from antiquarian print dealers.
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These were often hand coloured where a lightly printed print would have pigment applied.
If you're offering one for sale, typically dealers can provide free verbal valuations (such as: https://www.grosvenorprints.com/)