Sample Appraisal: Harvey Kidder Print, 'Sanctuary'
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Sample Appraisal: Harvey Kidder Print, ‘Sanctuary’

Sample Appraisal: Harvey Kidder Print, ‘Sanctuary’

Appraisal ID: 11265
Appraised On: Aug 17, 2006
Market Value: $ 150.00
Replacement Value: $ 200.00

APPRAISER COMMENTS:

Artist: Kidder, Harvey. Print in colors. Signed limited edition
49/50, dated ’75. Matted, glazed and framed.
Harvey Kidder was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts on December 15, 1918.
He graduated from Boston Art School and did illustrations for the
Saturday Evening Post, Argosy, True, Doubleday And Co., Pocket Books,
Ford Motor Co., Ginn And Co., Houghton-Mifflin, D.C. Health, American
Book Co., Holt-Rienhart Winston, and Tennessee Gas Co. Harvery also
exhibits watercolors occasionally; he won 1st prize in the Manhattan
Savings Bank Exhibiton, in May 1963. He is a member of The Society Of
Illustrators of New York.
Item/Title: The print is called “Sanctuary”.
Date/Period of Manufacture: The print is dated 1975.
Condition: Excellent.
Manufacturer/Artist/Author: Harvey Kidder was the artist. The print was framed by the Scarborough Gallery of Arts and Crafts in Chappaqua, NY.
Dimensions (HxWxD): The exposed portion of the print is 20.5 inches by 32.5 inches. The entire frame measures 27.5 inches by 39.5 inches.
Inscription: It is signed and numbered by
Harvey Kidder. It appears to have been framed by the Scarborough
Gallery of Arts and Crafts in Chappaqua, NY.
History/Provenance: I have owned the print since 2000. It received it upon my grandmother’s death. I guess she had it since 1975 or there abouts.
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