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    Posted 9 years ago

    davidmzehr03
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    It was my Father's and he collected such things as this. It is a painting of two Dogs Drinking Beer out of Steins. I have no idea if it is of any value.
    It is very interesting though. What should I do with it?

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    1. scottvez scottvez, 9 years ago
      It is a modern decorator item with little value.

      scott
    2. davidmzehr03, 9 years ago
      Thank You and if you have any advice just email me at davidmzehr03 at g mail dot com, Thanks.
    3. Meged32, 9 years ago
      I have the same exact peice and was wondering the value, if any, as well
    4. scottvez scottvez, 9 years ago
      No collector value-- it is purely decorative and has a value of less than $10.

      scott
    5. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 9 years ago
      These were popular in the early seventies, and sold at swapmeets and flea markets. They are decopodge, basicaly a print glued to a board, or in this case a grape or raisen tray. They were used to dry grapes on. The prints were for the most part reproductions.

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