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NGLeR
Junior Member

Sweden
186 Posts

Posted - Jun 25 2018 :  16:33:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have been searching for any collectors organisations, that specialise in children's book illustrations, with the intention of putting up part of my collection for sale to interested parties.

Unfortunately I have had no success to-date. Can any member of the forum perhaps assist in providing details of any such organisation? The Comic Art Fans website is an example of the type of website conduit that I am looking for.

The artists are, as follows:-

Winefred V. Barker and
Millicent Sowerby.

I have attached some examples.

Thank you

Regards

Neil



ATTACHMENTS:
Winefred V. Barker.jpg
Millicent Sowerby.jpg

Edited by - NGLeR on Jun 25 2018 23:18:53

angelo
Junior Member

Italy
105 Posts

Posted - Jun 26 2018 :  00:50:47  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
To sell drawings I think it would be better to contact an auction house , like this one :
http://auktionsverket.com/
instead of a site of collectors that not always has into a market directory.
These artists have yet auction results.

Edited by - angelo on Jun 26 2018 00:53:20
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NGLeR
Junior Member

Sweden
186 Posts

Posted - Jun 26 2018 :  05:40:27  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello Angelo

Thank you for your response. I am aware of the auction houses in Sweden and have placed, and purchased, items in the past. However, I have always found that, in general, a direct sale to interested parties, particularly in the country related to the birthright of the artist in question, always yields a better result, as does selling the artwork in that country.

In this case selling the art in England would yield better results than in Sweden, as the artists are not a known entity here.

Thank you, once again, for your input.

Best wishes

Neil
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