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hey guy's;

I was offered thise watercolour , i like very much.

But nor the saler or I, are able to value it.

I am on different other fora threating about antiques and art in general, but no one came up with any good reference regarding watercolours by the same artist.

So I am trying my chance here.

Thanks in advance.

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I suspect the answer to your question will depend on whether you are buying this watercolour for enjoyment or profit, Stuka. I am having difficulty reading the name of the artist and the date. Can you help me out, please?

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Oeps! Sorry!!

Of course it is Kazimierz PULASKI (1861-1947)

And there is a big tear in the middle, but being a restorer myself I value that cost around the 250€ if done by one of my collegues.

The person selling it is a fellow member of a other forum, so we are looking for a general value in order to manage to get a price both can satisfy.

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Hey TrooperD,

thanks for your help, much appreciated!

All ready had that link and as I am looking for a watercolour and these seem oil on canvas (exept one...perhaps...) I need to continue my quest...

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