Print Valuations

Prints can be of drawings, paintings posters, maps, images. This category includes many different styles and eras from Old Master prints, 19th Century Prints, Impressionist & Modern Prints to Contemporary Prints. There are various techniques of printing and our expert can identify whether the print is planographic, a lithograph, a screen-print or a mono-print. 

Prints can be mass-produced, and so the most valuable pieces will be those with very small edition numbers. Date is also very important - the older the print the more valuable it will be - as well as if the print carries the artist’s signature or any individual marks. Prints such as hand-made lithographs or even wallpaper can be a low-cost option for a buyer who wants a work by a famous artist. For example, Damien Hirst has designed a range of wallpapers, some of which were sold during his Pharmacy sale at Sotheby's, including a wallpaper featuring images of pills and fictional descriptions.  

If you'd like to get a Prints valuation from our online specialist, simply upload a photograph and tell us any other details you know about the item. 

Our Print Valuations team

Our prints expert worked in the auction and art market for ten years in London and has since become a freelance valuer. Considered a great specialist in his field, he focuses on historical and decorative British and European prints c. 1650 – 1900, in addition to 18th & 19th century platebooks (books illustrated with prints), and old printed maps. 

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