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Posted - Apr 27 2019 :  21:32:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I bought this limited edition print by Jim Killen at a local auction. It is a portrait of a Boykin Spaniel. It is numbered 283 of 500. The actual image is 14" X 17" and framed it is 25 1/4" X 28 3/4". I do have to open it up as the image has slipped inside a little bit.
I have looked on-line and see lots of Jim Killen prints but have not been able to find this particular one. I suppose it is because it was a limited edition and not sold anymore.
I was just wondering if anyone could tell me when it might have actually have been for sale and maybe what the original price might have been for a Jim Killen limited edition print of only 500.
THANKS for any information.

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Posted - Apr 27 2019 :  21:34:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Seems the image did not attach to the message but here it is :)

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Posted - Apr 28 2019 :  03:08:00  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Here you can find some auction prices for Killen.
For litho prices are surely less than these.

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Posted - Apr 28 2019 :  03:09:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
It is for sale here for 125 USD:

And sold on eBay for 130 USD:
This was 551/580. It is the same as yours, as a reverse image search brought me to this page.

In the world of signed and numbered fine art prints an edition of 500 is considered a large edition.
50 and 75 are typical small editions. 150-300 are common larger editions.


I recommend the Art forum at BidtoArt.com

I am webmaster on this - it is NOT my site: Art Talk - American Art in 200 years

Edited by - Vietato on Apr 28 2019 03:49:07
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Posted - Apr 28 2019 :  13:07:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
THANKS for all the info :) I took it apart to fix the droop behind the mat and discovered it was published in 1987 :)
I like those prices for it too....
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