D. Whitlatch Pride of the Past
I have a "Pride of the Past" painting on wood in what appears to be the original frame, but there is no plate or title like others that have been described. The previous owner did not know anything about this painting. Got it for $2.00 at a garage sale. Is this the same as the numbered prints? or something else.
bald eagles 137 0f 1000
the portrait is hand signed and would like to know the value
D. Whitlatch penicl sketch
I have a D. Whitlatch pencil sketch with -D. WHITLATCH- State-colored Junco "Snow Bird Sparrows" Paw Paw, WV, Winter 75 signed on the bottom. It has the little male, female sign after the word Junco. It is a 6x10. Is it worth anything?
Pride of the Past
Re: Questions concerning the value of this print...in the 1960's "The Fund" began giving out these prints and prizes at various union functions...initially they were numbered...after several years they just had a large volume of them printed...(no numbers)...the numbered ones are suppose to be pretty valuable but I don't know how much...I have number #001...the original is in the Principal office in Harrisburg.../RJM
Value and year painted of "Bald Ealges" signed Don Whitlach 344/1000 ? Thanks
Pride of the past by Don Whitlatch
I recently purchased a large print in reasonab condition by Don Whitlatch titled "Pride of the Past" for $20.00. It is of a steam locomotive pulling several passenger cars across a western landscape. It is numbered 227 and measures 28" X 40" in the original frame with a bronze plate on the bottom that reads, "Complements of, BROTHERHOOD RELIEF AND COMPENSATION FUND, HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. On the back is a sticker that reads: "The original oil painting was done expressively for the Brotherhood's Relief and Compensation Fund, who commissioned the work by Don Whitlatch of Parkersburg, West Virginia, noted industrial illustrator. This numbered full-color reproduction is one of a limited edition copyrighted by Brotherhood's Relief and Compensation fund, Sixth and Maclay Streets, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Can anyone tell me if I got a good deal?
Don Whitlatch Canada Warbler - Signed Original?
I bought several of Don Whitlatch's prints at an estate auction. All of them are signed with numbering like this: 367/1200 (and other different numbers.)
However, ONE only has DW initals with NO numbers on it like the example above. It's the Canada Warblers.
Does this mean this is an original? I don't see how that is possible since I saw on an auction site where the printing plates for this image were destroyed.
I'm not an art expert so maybe there is another explanation for this?
Thanks so much!
Pride of the Past by Don Whitlatch
I have a picture by Whitlatch called Pride of the Past...it says Brother Compensation Fund Harrisburg, PA, on it...and it is numbered #320. They are illustrations of trains and the other one does not have a number on it. Do you know if they are valuable?
I have a humming bird and hollyhocks in gray and white..#623/1500 signed framed by nature portraits of america, parkersburg WVA... is there any value??
Don Whitlatch Raccoon print
I have a numbered raccoons and turtle print. What is the insurance value?
I have a Racoon painting with a mother and her three young ones beautifully framed from the private collection of Mrs. Don Whitlatch..painted in the Laurel Highlands of Pa. for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy in 1973..and had the conservancy seal..1982..any idea of th value for ins purposes
Rquest Valueof My Prints
We have and treasure three signed and numbered bird prints:Bob White 52 of 1500,Bluebirds 587 0f 1000, and Cedar Waxwings 487 of 1500 Would appreciate knowing their approximate value. Jim Meanor
Value of my prints?
I have a signed numbered framed and matted prints by Don Whitlatch: Golden Eagles; Canada Geese. What is the value of each?