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    Arrow Charpentier - Figures in a landscape, oil on canvas

    Figures in a landscape

    ( Charpentier )

    Oil On Canvas


    Hello John, and to all this may offend,

    I am considering purchasing this oil painting I think if I can get for around £100 - £150, I think this will be a fair price to pay, perhaps cheaper, can I ask what you think of this painting John?

    Thank you in advance.



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    You will have to have a large bank account to purchase this painting..

    Put a few more 00000000000000
    please note it is theantiquesman account on qlocal that is now only used, thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by antiqueman
    You will have to have a large bank account to purchase this painting..

    Put a few more 00000000000000
    Seriously?

    It may be my lucky day then.

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    This is by far the best painting I have seen this year

    and by far the best painting you have posted on this site.

    It would seem you have learnt a lot.
    keep it up.


    I bet Derek H would like to buy it for under £200
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    Quote Originally Posted by antiqueman
    This is by far the best painting I have seen this year

    and by far the best painting you have posted on this site.

    It would seem you have learnt a lot.
    keep it up.


    I bet Derek H would like to buy it for under £200
    You are to blame for ths, serious money question, value?

    And, it is in a general Victoriania Sale !! :P

    And not there fine art, I have a budget of around £600, to spend I will let you know how I get on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Advanced
    You are to blame for ths, serious money question, value?

    And, it is in a general Victoriania Sale !! :P

    And not there fine art, I have a budget of around £600, to spend I will let you know how I get on.

    Don't forget the noughts
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    Quote Originally Posted by antiqueman
    Don't forget the noughts
    Do not let those noughts go to your head Vanny.

    I assume the artist is Charpentier, however I am unsure which one, also how old you feel this painting is, if you could answer these questions Vanman

    Is this serious, so you expect £10000? Or, do you think more like £200, I need to find out roughly, so I know how much to buy it for, what would you estimate it at?
    Last edited by Advanced; 07/01/2010 at 11:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Advanced
    ....................... I need to find out roughly, so I know how much to buy it for, what would you estimate it at?

    ask the under bidder.

    please keep us informed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanman
    ask the under bidder.

    please keep us informed.
    Auction, tomorrow, and the guide price is £100 - £200, I hope to get it, but my feelings are it a modern copy of a older painting, but still worth something, I am unsure of which Charpentier artist, it is.

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    I saw it again, and I was quite sceptical when looking at it, in the end it sold for £400 + premium, some of the hardened dealers, also shared the same opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Advanced
    I saw it again, and I was quite sceptical when looking at it, in the end it sold for £400 + premium, some of the hardened dealers, also shared the same opinion.
    It would have been bought by " the ring "

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    Why, all these hints and sentances that don't make sense, I know you are trying to be funny, and helpful at the ame time, it is quite hard to do trust me, please explain what you mean, when you say,
    Quote Originally Posted by vanman
    It would have been bought by " the ring "

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    the ring.

    It is made up of the antique dealers in a town were the auction takes place.

    the attend the auction or leave bids with the other dealers, they buy most of the items. They do not bid against each other

    and later they re auction the purchased items and split the profit according to the strength of their bidding.

    did you buy the painting.......NO
    how much was it bought for...£400

    it would have been re auctioned after the auction and I would guess between £2000 and £5000

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanman
    the ring.

    It is made up of the antique dealers in a town were the auction takes place.

    the attend the auction or leave bids with the other dealers, they buy most of the items. They do not bid against each other

    and later they re auction the purchased items and split the profit according to the strength of their bidding.

    did you buy the painting.......NO
    how much was it bought for...£400

    it would have been re auctioned after the auction and I would guess between £2000 and £5000
    £2,000 - £5,000 !!

    I don't even recognise, the artist do you, who on earth is Charpentier?


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