Finding the Value of a Louis Orr Etching?

I own a Louis Orr etching of "St Germain des Pres' in Paris. I want to know what it is worth. Any ideas how to get this information?

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One of the best ways to find real work values of collectibles is eBay. Try to search for exactly what you have and see if any current auctions come up. Note whether the item is bid on yet and follow the auction to completion to see what it's sold for. People make the mistake of looking at asking or starting prices on eBay and assuming that's the value. It could be a lot more or lot less. They also have an option for showing only completed auctions which is very informative if you collectible has been listed in the past.


If you don't find your item at all, you can set up an alert and they will email you when similar objects are post.

If you don't find your specific etching on eBay, you can try a general search for the artist, which may give you a ballpark estimate of the value.

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