Erotic Art Prints

Goatman

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#22
Thanks for that, they are all numbered and have the certificates.
I will be keeping a deck for myself. :0)

I am very tempted to gift a deck to one of my prudish aunties.
Is she fit ? I'll teach her the noble art of One Card Brag if she asks nicely :)
 

Fang_Farrier

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#23
Perhaps if you could post better pictures of the artworks in question we could give a more accurate opinion
 
#29
A friend of mine Tony Fekete (name is public domain) sold part of his porn collection at Christie's. He made over a million quid from the sale. Highlights from the Erotica Library of Tony Fekete
So you're saying the grubby pile of Razzle Reader's Wives under my bed (which seems to be mostly army wives, judging by the furniture) and Big Jugs Monthly might be worth a bob or two?
 

Fang_Farrier

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#30
So you're saying the grubby pile of Razzle Reader's Wives under my bed (which seems to be mostly army wives, judging by the furniture) and Big Jugs Monthly might be worth a bob or two?
Any complete collection of vintage magazines can be worth money, however condition is everything
 

napier

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#34
Married partners or civil partners inherit under the rules of intestacy only if they are actually married or in a civil partnership at the time of death. So if you are divorced or if your civil partnership has been legally ended, you can’t inherit under the rules of intestacy.

Partners who separated informally can still inherit under the rules of intestacy. Cohabiting partners (sometimes wrongly called 'common-law' partners) who were neither married nor in a civil partnership can't inherit under the rules of intestacy.

If there are surviving children, grandchildren or great grandchildren of the person who died and the estate is valued at more than £250,000, the partner will inherit:
  • all the personal property and belongings of the person who has died, and
  • the first £250,000 of the estate, and
  • half of the remaining estate.
More at Who can inherit if there is no will – the rules of intestacy

(my fee is a scan of the nice watercolours including the bird being done up the wrong 'un)
 

Auld-Yin

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#35
Quite. Just post the porn FFS, we're all connos connasur conaseu perverts here.
Jeez, no education these days. It is spelled connysewer! :rolleyes:
 
#37
I am not sure where to park this, so here will do.

I have been given several boxes of my late father's belongings by my wicked stepmother.
In one of the art cases was a number of erotic prints from the Erotic Print Society and a box of vintage BDSM books (one retails for £98, I have not googled the rest).

She is keeping the John Bellamy's and the other expensive paintings and I get the vintage arty porn. As she says there is no will she is making all the rules and there is not much I can do about it.

So, my question to ARRSE is is there a market for erotic prints? Can the Art living deviants point me in the right direction to off load this high class smut.

I have thought about approaching JRM as I suspect this would be right up his alley.

All I know about these is they cost £664 in 1996.
No matter how good, or bad, the art, it will be the artist who will be of interest to a collector, especially if they have turned their toes up since '96.
Even if unsigned, scan them and download the RevEye app to search the images. They will be your best bet in identifying the artists, and authenticity.
 
#39
Well I finally got around to researching the books and prints. The 1st edition of "Spank!" is worth £147, 1st edition Master Class Sex Toys is worth £191. Wow!

The approx cost of the box of arty porn is £1290. Now I just need to sell it, it could be the start of a new career as an *cough* art dealer
 

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