Andy Warhol Lithograph Campbell's Soup Pepper Pot, stamp authenticated by the editor.
We are offering this famous lithograph "Campbell's Soup" Pepper Pot from the series I, ANDY WARHOL (6.8.1928 - 22.2.1987).
Artist: Andy WARHOL
Arch / Motive: 40 cm * 50 cm, 15.75 * 19.69 inches
Motive: Pepper Pot, 1968, Campbell's Soup
Editor: Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute Pittsburgh
Year of Edition: 1986
Limited Edition: 1824 / 3000 / numbered with pencil on front / on verso stamped CMOA (stamp authenticated)
Signature: signed in plate
Index: F/S #II.51, Campbell's Soup Series I
Condition: This piece is in excellent condition. Made on high quality archival paper. This Andy Warhol artwork has never been framed and has been kept in archival storage.
This unique original print on archival paper is from a limited edition and not like the often offered unlimited prints from Andy Warhol with the note ,,published by Sunday B. Morning" and ,,fill in your own signature". You get here an incomparable signed lithograph with a lasting and steady rising value.
Price structure WARHOL prints:
handsigned & numbered (250 series): min. $ 40000
signed in stone & numbered (3000 series: min. $ 2000
unsigned & unlimited Sunday B. Morning editions (silkscreens): min. $ 400
posters: min. $ 10
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Canada, USA $ 70
Europe $ 40
Overseas $ 75
To EU countries shipped from Austria (EU), in this way you do not have any more expenses for VAT & duty.
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