- Apr 5, 2008
In 2000, a local artist ran off 500 posters, signed and numbered half of them, and sold them around town. Between our gallery and another local place, around half sold in the next decade. He then came got Alzheimers and died, at which point his son took over the estate. Half of the prints are still there, unsigned, and for two years since his death, nothing has been done with them. These aren't high end things, having sold for $50.00 each signed and numbered, but we still want to honor the spirit of it. I'm curious as to whether it's considered okay to go ahead and sell the unsigned/unnumbered prints at a lower price, to differentiate from those that sold for more, or if that's unacceptable.