Value of a Thomas Kinkade Print

I have an 18x24burl wood framed Thomas Kinkade painting, Mountain Majesty Beginning a Perfect Day III, print #170 out of 370. On the certificate of limitation and authenticity it also states that the painting phase is R/E Canvas- Charter. Not sure what any of this means, but I am trying to find how much it is worth.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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September 30, 20190 found this helpful

The RE Renaissance Edition. You can get the full description of that on the TK website:

These have different values in different places. Depending on where you are (low supply, high demand or high demand, low supply), you could fetch as low as $100 or up to $1000. Yes, the market is that different depending on where you are located.

Since these are a nightmare to sell online and probably more valuable than I would want to sell on Facebook or Craig's list and have to deal with the " flakes, fraudsters, and scammers", I suggest you take it to a good art reseller and get them to value it for your area AND sell it for you or buy it outright to sell.

There are so many TK pieces on the market right now so they are a hard sell almost everywhere--even in high demand, low supply areas, values have dropped, so don't be surprised if you are in $100 area (or less as I haven't seen any sold in ages and ages.)


Post back where you are and how your sale goes!! Blessings! Thanks for sharing!

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September 30, 20190 found this helpful

It is sad but paintings like this are almost a thing of the past.
Young people want 'art' on their walls; that is if they have any space left after the TV, speakers, etc are placed....

How many homes have you been in lately and saw a true 'picture' hanging somewhere? I go in a lot of homes and very few have pictures hanging- even the older crowd have removed most of theirs.

This could be rated as a "valuable" painting but who will you sell it to?
Shipping is almost impossible for the average person and that is one of the reasons Pghgirl gave the advice about not selling it yourself.


Here is a site that has one of these paintings and the asking price is $3700 but will it sell? Plus this is a dealer and they can ship paintings.

You can send pictures and information to free art appraisal sites and see what they tell you. The only problem is the figure they give you is just that - a number.

Here are some places to check for where to sell.

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September 30, 20190 found this helpful

They range in prices greatly on eBay.

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