19th century ship painting oil on canvas on a board

Mar 03, 2020. 00:18 UTC
19TH CENTURY SHIP PAINTING OIL ON CANVAS ON A BOARD
Jonathan
United States of America

Category
Paintings

Acquired from
Other

For sale
Yes
Description

19TH CENTURY SHIP PAINTING OIL ON CANVAS ON A BOARD SIGNED ,17.5 x 12"

Provenance

Estate find

Answered within 3 days
Mar 05, 13:36 UTC
By Delia

Fair Market Value

$300 - $500 USD

Insurance Value

$800 USD
What does this mean?

Good morning, Jonathan,

Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry. I'm having difficulty making out the signature in the lower right corner of the front, as well as the inscription on the back - what do they look like to you?

Thanks!
Delia

Jonathan rieg Mar 05, 22:48 UTC

Have no clue :-(

Jonathan rieg Mar 05, 22:59 UTC

I have it for sale on eBay for $500.00

Delia Mar 06, 12:23 UTC

Good morning, Jonathan,
$300-500 is more in line for what unattributed marine pictures of this size and age are bringing at auction. But if you can get $500 you'll have done well!

I would catalog it as follows:

European School, 19th Century
Painting of ships at sea
oil on canvas
signed indistinctly lower right
12 inches high by 17 1/2 inches wide
CONDITION: a few small areas of paint loss, primarily in the lower left and center right.
PROVENANCE: acquired at an estate sale
$300-500*
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.

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Jonathan rieg Mar 07, 01:13 UTC

Thank You :-)

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