How can you tell if a Remington statue is real?
Foundry marks–Authentic Remington bronzes are permanently marked with the foundry name (see Figs. 5, 6, 11). The majority of reproductions do not have foundry marks. All of Remington’s originals were produced by only two firms: Roman Bronze Works and Henry-Bonnard Bronze Co.
How much is an original Remington worth?
Sometimes Remington bronze reproductions are offered as “vintage,” “older,” “signed,” “estate,” and “original,” when none of these words apply. Buyers are often urged to spend far more than the reproductions are worth. Generally, authentic Remington bronzes are not available anywhere for less than $75,000.
How many Remington sculptures are there?
A: During his short life, Remington created more than 3,000 drawings and paintings, 22 bronze sculptures cast in editions, two novels, and more than 100 magazine articles and stories. Of those 3,000 drawings and paintings, only about half have been located. Interested in learning more about the multitude of his works?
Where is the original Bronco Buster?
The Frederic Remington Art Museum is in Ogdensburg, where its two “Bronco Busters” are highly prized.
How much is the Remington mountain man worth?
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How much is coming through the rye worth?
In 1989 Frederic Remington’s sculpture of Coming through the Rye ( 29″ high by 30″ wide by 27″ deep) was auctioned by Christie’s New York for 4.4 million dollars. (1) In 2008 his Wounded Bunkie sold for 5.6 million dollars at Sotheby’s New York.
How much is the bronco buster worth?
DALLAS — Multiple bidders pursued Frederic Remington’s “The Bronco Buster” (conceived 1908, cast 1910) until it sold for $615,000 to lead Heritage Auctions’ American Art Auction November 1.
Where is the original Remington Bronco Buster?
Do quarters stick to magnets?
Only certain kinds of metal are attracted to magnets (common examples are iron, steel, nickel, and cobalt). US quarters don’t have enough of any of these kinds of metals to be attracted to a magnet.