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Signed Warhol prints, Beatles’ signatures set for October auction

Andy Warhol's "Rebel Without a cause" screen-print, signed by the artist, is valued at $90,000 - $100,000. (Submitted photo)

Andy Warhol’s “Rebel Without a cause” screen-print, signed by the artist, is valued at $90,000 – $100,000. (Submitted photo)

A pair of screen-prints signed by Andy Warhol, a sheet signed by all four Beatles and a lithograph signed by Pablo Picasso highlight Baltimore auctioneer Alex Cooper’s October gallery auction.

The Warhol prints headline the two-day event, set for Oct. 3 and Oct. 7. The American’s “Mobil” color screen print has an estimated value of between $70,000 and $90,000. His “Rebel Without a Cause” screen print is valued between $90,000 and $100,000.

"With the Beatles" cover along with a sheet signed by all four Beatles. (Submitted photo)

“With the Beatles” cover along with a sheet signed by all four Beatles. (Submitted photo)

The auction will also include a musical rarity, the signatures of all four Beatles on a single sheet of paper. That item, which also includes a copy of the album cover “with the Beatles,” from 1965 carries an estimated value of $5,000 to $7,000.

The Picasso lithograph, “Huit Silhouettes” is valued between $6,000 and $8,000.

Notable pieces in the October 3 auction include:

  • An 18k Yellow Gold Lady’s “Happy Diamond” Chopard Watch
  • A Lady’s 1.75 Ct. Round Diamond Ring in Platinum
  • Art Deco Diamond 6.0 Carat Line Bracelet in Platinum
  • A Gentlemen’s 18k Gold Patek Philippe Watch
  • A Mid 20th Century Kirk Sterling Silver Waiter Tray in Repousse
  • Prized Georgian Sterling Eight-Armed Epergne; Circe 1773
  • A Bejeweled Gilt Sterling Ciborium by Punte Galleries
  • Pair of Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Candlesticks
  • 1990 Soviet 1 Oz Palladian Olympic Coin
  • U.S. 1999 1 Oz. Gold American Eagle Coin
  • U.S. 1872 Gold $3 Indian Princess Coin
  • G.E. Lewis 12 Gauge Double Barrel Hammer Shotgun
  • Imperial Russian Cossack Kindjal Dagger
  • Model 1850 Navy Officer’s Dress Sword
  • 17th Century Style English Civil War Lobster Tail Helmet
  • Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle with Hertel & Reuss Scope
  • Winchester Lever Action Carbine
  • Winchester Model 1865 Lever Action Carbine
  • Beretta Model 92FS 9mm Semi-Auto Pistol

Notable pieces in the October 7 auction include:

  • Signed, Claude Monet and Georges William Thornley “Filette dans L’allee d’un Parc, Portant des Bouquets,” lithograph
  • Signed, Henri Matisse. “Oriental sur Lit de Repos,” lithograph
  • Signed, Rembrandt Van Rijn.”The Omval,” etching
  • Signed, Louis Icart. “White Underwear,” oil on canvas
  • Signed & Dated, Roy Lichtenstein. “Titled,” screenprint
  • Signed, Marc Chagall. “Dionysophanes,” color lithograph
  • Set of Four Chinese Export Gouaches, Circa 1820
  • 19th Century French Clock Garniture
  • Nicolas Sanson, Map of Poland
  • German inlaid Fruitwood Cabinet on a Stand
  • Chinese Carved Teakwood Desk
  • Pair of Austrian Biedermeier Karpadian Elm Bergeres
  • Fry & Jefferson Maryland and Virginia Map
  • Tiffany Favrile Glass Vase
  • Louis Icart. “Fanny Reclining with Cigarette,” Oil

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