03/25/2013 08:24 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Country Living Appraises A 1895 Australian Thoroughbred Print: What Is It Worth?

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"I'd love to learn more about this horse portrait, which has been in my family for generations." -G.H., Busselton, Australia

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1895 Australian Thoroughbred Print

Professional appraiser Helaine Fendelman identifies and evaluates your collectibles and antiques.


Though the artist is unknown, the subject of this heirloom remains perfectly clear: It's Carbine, a champion racehorse who competed in New Zealand and Australia from 1887 to 1891. This particular 22-by-18-inch print came free with the February 1895 issue of Pictorial Australian. In circulation between 1884 and 1895, the Adelaide-based monthly featured the full-color image on heavy stock, meant for readers to save and frame. Given its considerable age, this version shows few signs of wear and tear—and commands a significant estimate for, essentially, a newspaper clipping.

What's It Worth: $225

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