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    Posted 11 years ago

    kathyb143
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    How do I find out the interest and/or value of these two calendars? The calendars belonged to my grandfather. He had them rolled up and in a trunk. He gave them to my mom...(she cut the pads off...now I know that was a mistake) in the 1950's...and she had them framed. I am overwhelmed with locating information about them on the internet. Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks,
    Kathy

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    1. cocacolakid97 cocacolakid97, 11 years ago
      Wow! You got quite a gem there! The first one, "golf girl", is from 1920, and it's the bottle version. The second one, autumn girl, is from 1921. The golf girl one would be worth 4,500 dollars with pad and in mint, 3000 for the autumn girl, with same characteristics. I see that it has been rolled up, and it has creases, some stains, and of coarse, missing the pads. But the calender tops are worth alot of money too, even with the damages. I'm guessing (and quote guessing) the golf girl is worth maybe 1500-2000? That's my guess, it maybe hi or low. And the autumn girl should be worth 1000-1500? Same with the other, hi or low. That should be at least a good description of the two pieces.
    2. earlycoke earlycoke, 11 years ago
      Kathy, The calendar you have have on the left (1920, in exact same condition) very recently sold for 290 dollars. The one on the right is the most common of these size calendars so it would be worth somewhat less. About 250. Let me know if you want to sell. Unfortunately the market right now for calendars is weak, and I think undervalued for how beautiful these things are. A calendar without a pad is frowned upon by hard core collectors, but they are just as beautiful to look at as the ones with a pad! A calendar with full pad in 90 condition valued at 7500, recently sold for 2100. That shows you how things are right now. Let me know if you have any more questions.
    3. earlycoke earlycoke, 11 years ago
      Coca-cola kid - you did ok on your estimate, from the standpoint of what they SHOULD BE WORTH (or might have been worth 15 years ago). Unfortunately right now they are just worth a lot less. (unfortunate for sellers, but great for current collectors!)
    4. Zak Terry, 11 years ago
      I was wondering how to find the value of the 1921Coca Cola autum girl calender, we have the advanced copy that was sent to coca cola in 1920 for the upcoming year. The pic we have is bigger and has no calender on the bottom we have looked everywhere and have had no luck locating a value. It is in the original frame and has been stored inside for it's whole life.
    5. pickrknows pickrknows, 11 years ago
      Zac,post a picture and you'll get all sorts of help!
    6. Zak Terry, 11 years ago
      i'm trying to post my pics but not 100 percent sure on how or where to could anybody give me a idea thanks
    7. Chrystal1980, 8 years ago
      Just to give you some info on the girl in the picture. Her name is Alli Marie Beard
      she passed not to long after these pictures. At the age of 22 and she is my great grandmother. She left behind a small child my grandfather. I would like to get as many of her pictures as I can please let me know if you can help.
    8. sbkteach1993, 8 months ago
      Hi! My sister, Kathy, posted these pictures and descriptions many years ago. She recently passed away, and sadly, we never pursued a direction for these prints. I have them now and would love to know more about their value and market demand. Thank you for those who commented above and in advance, for those who can give more recent information.
    9. sbkteach1993, 8 months ago
      @Chrystal1980- I never realized it was the same girl in both picts! Awesome information to know about your great-grandmother! Great info to pass along to her later decendants. Our great-grandfather was a ship builder in Virginia and went over to help build the Titanic. Needless to say, he went down with the ship. As a teacher, I enjoy sharing that heritage with my students and the children in our family.

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