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I have in my possession a framed portrait of golfer Moe Norman. It is a print - artist's proof - numbered 16/50; signed by Dave Thomas - Artist's proof, number & signature in pencil in margin below print. There is Dave Thomas' signature in the actual "painting" and appears to be dated '05 - I assume 2005. The overall image is approximately 15 X 20 inches. The background is a golf course scene with an Alpine-like clubhouse in the back and a full body image of Moe Norman on the right swinging his golf club. To the left, is a larger "head shot" or portrait of Moe Norman.
I rescued this framed print from being thrown into a dumpster. I would be interested to know what the artist's proof print might have sold for in 2005 (or whenever) and if it might possibly be worth anything today (possibly to a sports collector?). I have no interest in golf at all so is not something that I am thinking of keeping - I rescued it originally thinking of keeping the frame.....
There is some "glare" on the photos but it is nicely framed and in pristine condition....
Thanks for any information you might supply.