Oct 10 16 8:31 AM

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Greetings all:

Just a quick note to see if you are finding the same conditions I am regarding Nagel collectibles.   For one thing, the supply of signed, numbered lifetime serigraphs seems to have dried up completely, with only a few diehards offering their pieces at prices not seen since the eighties. Most are asking between $1,500 and $5,000, although I doubt any are really selling. Recently, "Joan Collins" was listed for $4,500.  A double sheet of Standing Lady had been listed for $1,600, but disappeared after the price had been dropped to $1,000.

The bargains seem to have disappeared, with non-collectibles, such as signed-in-screens (SIS) being listed for what we were paying for collectibles just a year or two ago ($450 to $1,000).  I haven't seen ANY originals on EBay for quite a while; what few I have seen have been listed at auction houses like Heritage,

If you've been collecting the signed lifetimes, you're looking pretty good right now -- and I suspect things will improve from here.

Let the group know if you've found anything new or different!

BTW, the Nagel biography is selling well! Great reviews on Amazon!


Rob Frankel
Author, "The Artist Who Loved Women" A biography of Patrick Nagel