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Q. I think I may have a signed and numbered Charley Harper print I got from my grandmother. Where can I see his signature? Thank you.
02/22/08
A. Leslie,

The signature would be in the white marging surrouding the image...numbering on the opposite side. This is true for most of his serigraphs published by Frame House Gallery and Mill Pond Press. His earlier serigraphs that were published within Ford Times magazine were typically not signed.

If you wish to have your image identified, kindly Email me with a description, size, etc. and I'll get back to you with the information.

Regards,

John Ranes II, CPF, GCF
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