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  1. Your photos didn’t attach. Please try again.

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    Vietato

  2. I’m trying to figure out how to add images

  3. It would have been nice to see the all of the lithograph, but I don’t see any reason to doubt that it is by William Harold Hancock (1920-2006).

    This is the only lithograph I found:
    https://bidtoart.com/en/fine-art/nashville-indiana-street-scene/3348220
    It sold for 50 USD.

    If you zoom in on the signature, you can see that it is very similar to yours:
    https://www.ripleyauctions.com/item/wm-hancock-downtown-nashville-in-brown-co-print/#gallery

    You can find examples of his painted signature among these paintings, and it looks the same as the printed signature on your lithograph.
    https://www.liveauctioneers.com/search/?keyword=william%20harold%20hancock&sort=-relevance&status=archive

    Regards,
    Vietato

  4. I’m not sure if it’s a print or an original. If it’s original how much would it be worth

  5. Based on other sales an original pastel on paper would cost between 50 and 200 USD, but it is a print made in 1000 copies. Yours is number 336 from that edition. Furthermore it is signed in the stone (printed signature), as well as signed in pencil.

    Regards,
    Vietato

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