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Q. I have a signed and numbered Charles Harper "Wood Duck". I have not been able to find a comparable litho on line. Is it valuable? Thanks
06/27/07
A. Greg,

Charley primarily produced "Original Gramphic", that is Serigraphs, or silk screened images. They would exist only in this medium, meaning seldom did he create another exact image in a mechanical offset lithograph.

If you have additional questions, please feel free to write to me directly: John

Sincerely,

John Ranes II, CPF, GCF
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