Value of lilac gazebo 90 of 2850
It is always difficult to try and place a value on paintings because the descriptions are always confusing and most people do not understand that you can only compare their painting with other paintings with the same EXACT description that is on the COA of their painting.
Your painting has this description on the COA:
Edition has been limited to 2850 impressions on premier grade paper.
Thomas Kinkade LILAC GAZEBO 0/2850 S/N Paper 16" x 12".
No other description will be the same as yours - not a lithograph or canvas, etc.
Thomas Kinkade LILAC GAZEBO 0/2850 S/N Paper 16" x 12"
As a general rule, the designation of S/N is the least expensive of the editions (excluding small sizes, prints, etc.).
This is a description of your painting on the Kinkade website:
However, this edition is not available, so there is no price.
You may have to check off the squares to find your exact painting.
Check: S/N and size listed as not available.
You can contact their website for value information, but they will only provide names/numbers of local shops for you to check with.
This listing shows 2 paintings that are of the same edition as yours and the seller is asking $225 for both paintings, which would indicate that one painting would probably be listed at $125.
This gallery has set its price at $210:
Galleries may be more trustworthy (to the public) when they're looking for a painting.
If you decide to list your painting for sale, you should always start at a higher price, with best offers considered, and leave it listed for several weeks.
If no offers are received, lower the price and wait again.
There is a lot of good information here:
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Hi there, I have a Thomas Kinkade picture and I am wondering what would be its value, please. Thank you!
Stonehearth Hutch is the fourth painting in Thomas Kinkade's very popular Christmas Cottage series.
You do not provide enough information about your painting for anyone to know for sure exactly what you have.
I only found one similar lithograph and the painting was not sold but was removed by the seller. The asking price was $575. I believe this may be too high a price for this painting.
Here is a list of retail prices for this painting:
The first item shows the lithograph at $188 (free shipping) but does not mention a frame.
All of the other prices shown are for different levels of canvas paintings. These are all authentic Thomas Kinkade paintings with COA - hand signed.
These are paintings offered from a 'gallery' where people will normally pay a higher price than from a 'regular' seller.
If you decide to list your painting for sale I would suggest starting at a higher price - $300 - with all offers considered and offer free local pickup or shipping. If no offers after several weeks then reduce the price and wait again.
Personally, I would value the painting at about $100-$150 but it may take a year to sell.
Shipping really needs to be done by a professional service, especially if there is glass involved. Shipping will be expensive.
Sites to list your painting;
Facebook Marketplace, Etsy, Poshmark, etc
Be sure to have all information correct and several good pictures.
Hopefully you will have very good luck with your sale.
Thomas Kinkade was a world renowned American painter. His works were widely distributed during his lifetime in the form of printed reproductions and other licensed products via the Thomas Kinkade Company. This company produced a huge number of printed versions of his paintings of various types: prints / lithographs on paper / canvas and other. www.worthpoint.com/
You have Thomas Kinkade "Stonehearth Hutch" framed and matted print on paper under glass. Stonehearth Hutch is from Thomas Kinkade's Christmas Cottage Collection.
Thomas Kinkade Company made limited edition prints with the Thomas Kinkade's signature, sometimes with number in the lower right corner. Judy found the Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Lithograph on Paper (#183, there were 1650 lithographs in this edition) with the price $ 575 www.ebay.com/
Your Thomas Kinkade Stonehearth Hutch is not signed and there is no number. I don't think your picture can be sold for a high price. Here's Thomas Kinkade Stoneheart Hutch Gold Colored Frame 20x16 with the price $ 61.99 www.walmart.com/
Here Stonehearth Hutch by Thomas Kinkade in 7x9 with the price $ 22 www.ebay.com/
Here Thomas Kinkade framed "Stonehearth Hutch" and 2 prints, coffee cup, books and house were auctioned for only $ 19 (all together)
Can anyone estimate the value of my Mountain Majesty Beginning of a Perfect Day III by Thomas Kinkade. It's 378/1400 G/P Canvas - Charter size 25.5x34 in a gold frame and in great condition.There are no other special attributes, eg. not signed.
I have found one that is the same size as yours but in a different frame listed on eBay and the seller is asking $2500 for the canvas. On this site they tell you a lot of details about the print and explain to you the average price, high and low prices. It appears the average price for this print is $849, the low is $175, and the high is $3000. Here is a link to the site so you can learn more about how you can determine the price of your print if you want to sell it. picclick.com/
There are just too many variables with the Thomas Kinkade paintings to even try to sort them out and find an exact match to your painting.
Every letter/number means something and completely changes the value as well as the popularity of the painting.
You might find the same size but not the same edition and the value will be miles apart.
Most of the same name paintings on eBay (and other sites) is the S/N edition and there were 3950 of this type made - S/N stands for 'Standard Edition' and is generally considered of less value than your G/P.
Your painting is 378/1400 GP (Gallery Proof) so that means there were less paintings made and this generally increases the value.
The following is a link to an 'appraisal' made in 2012 and has no real value to you except if you read the comments you will see how complicated this identifying can be.
There are several similar paintings presently listed for sale on eBay and if you check some of them you'll see the differences but many seller do not really know how to describe their listings.
I would suggest you start with a free online appraisal so you will at least have a beginning point.
You will need several pictures of all numbers and markings as well as any paperwork you may have. Your location will also help.
What could be the value of this Limited Edition #2216/2750 S/N Canvas Beacon of Hope in the Seaside Memories 1 series by Thomas Kinkade
I purchased a Thomas Kincaid painting in the late 90s from a small Kincaid exclusive shop in Manistee, MI. It is "Beyond Autumn Gate, Morning at Manor". It is now time for me to sell my painting and I can't find the original paperwork.Any help you could give regarding its value would be greatly appreciated.
Almost all Kincaid paintings were produced in several sizes as well as printed on several type of material so you may have to do some of your own research as you did not supply any of this information.
Glory of the Morning and Glory of the Evening. Matching numbered set with coa. I'm looking for the secondary market value for the matching set.They are s/n limited edition in canvas. Gorgeous frames.
I am the original owner of print 712/980 SN with certificate, double signed in 1988, hand highlighted. I purchased this in 1995 directly from Lighthouse Publishing. I used to live in the Yosemite area and now have retired to Southern CA and have nowhere to hang this beautiful piece of art.I would like to sell it but have yet to find the value of this print as it is sold out everywhere and have found no input on this particular painting.
There are a few prints of Yosemite for sale on eBay, this can help with pricing. This one also a print but no signature at $109 and a few others , of Yosemite Valley - www.ebay.com/
I was gifted a framed Thomas Kincade Hometown Memories 1 lithograph. It is 36" x 40". It was already framed with a certificate of authenticity attached to the back of the frame.I am curious to know what the value of this picture would be?
Prices for this piece as described seem to be all over the map -- from $20 to >$1000 USD. I don't see them selling on the higher end, and imagine sellers are wishing against hope to recoup some of their original investment. Prices got a little boost when the artist died about 10 years ago, but he flooded the commercial market with these works on many media -- ultimately rendering them much less valuable. Others might be able to advise differently, but if ultimately you find that the estimate is outweighed by the hassle of listing and shipping, you might consider donating it to a community space such as a senior center.
What is the value of this Thomas Kincaid print, Paris City of Lights?
I found some prints selling on eBay that are 16x20 and the average asking price for the prints is $350. The larger one like you have the average asking price for the print is $450. You can also see some of the other Paris City of Lights being sold for over $1000 but these are not prints they are canvas. That increases the value of the item. Framed ones seem to be asking a higher price for the prints than if they are not framed. I am not finding ones sold so I can only quote you what people are hoping to sell the prints for online.
I lost a print in a fire. It was Thomas Kincade, End of a Perfect Day III 1040 of 1240. Can you please let me know the value?
There are several variables that will influence the current value but I see that even canvas (more valuable than print) 20 x 20 was only $135 (although they are sold out right now) so I would think your print (unframed) would be less than $100 plus a few dollars for the frame.
If this is for insurance claim you will need all the information about the print and perhaps prove its value. According to what type of insurance you have you may be able to claim what you paid if you have any record (credit card/bank records) of the purchase (if you have replacement value insurance).
If you just have regular coverage then you will probably only be able to claim the current value.
You can check eBay's sold listings for one like you had and if found, you can claim that as current value.
Be sure to check by size and print (not canvas) but you can check other auction sites (and Google) for your print and on eBay you can place a watch on any print to see if it sells.
The prints are not as valuable as the oil painting. If you owned an oil painting they are currently selling for around $2000. The price of the print will be determined by the size of the print. Smaller prints are selling for less than the larger ones. It will also depend on if you had this framed or not. I would say you are looking at around $100 to $150 for the print you have lost.