Fine Art/Print


I have a old print that I think is called "Boy with Rabbit".  It came out out of a very old school house around 1920's in West Virginia.  The stamp and company name on the back is "Furst Line Second To None".  My family told me it's worth money but the local antique dealers don't know.

I do not follow the antique print market, but I would venture to say your print is not worth a lot, probably less than $100.  Furst Brothers is an old line manufacturer of frames, and may have sold the picture and frame together in the early part of the last century.  You can find an interesting history of Furst Brothers on their website, at  If it is in any way ornate or sizable or both, the frame itself might have some value, and sending details and a picture of it to Furst Brothers might be a start for you.  

Best of luck,

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Stuart Cartwright


American Fine Art Paintings.
Oils, Watercolors, Sketches. Nineteenth and early Twentieth Century. Hudson River School, Pennsylvania Academy, Cape Ann artists, Ash Can, Woodstock, Florida Indian River, American Impressionists, etc. I can provide some background about artists and perhaps a rough appraisal or guidance towards obtaining a value. I am acquainted with many of the best American art dealers and auction houses. Original works only, I do not follow the print market. I do NOT field questions about prints.

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I am not expert in European art. I encourage you to send questions on European artists to other experts on this service. NO PRINTS:I encourage you to seek help on prints elsewhere. Two sites come to mind: and


I have been collecting original American Fine Art for over 20 years. I have curated art shows, and I have served as a dealer, providing appraisals and guidance for the last 8 years.

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