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I recently sold a signed Joe Scarborough print on Ebay for £32. This was his 'Come and Play' painting and was around 700/750.

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MarkyBaby....

Understand Terry's larger originals can be worth circa £2k these days...

Got a small original and two No1's of limo's myself, plus a signed print of St.Paul's area of London that I think he did for the Yank market only....

Lovely bloke, too.....

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Perhaps you could talk to Joe himself he seems approachable and only lives on the canal.

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Do you know his address, so I can write to him?

 

I'm in the final stages of writing an academic text, the topic of which will hopefully capture his imagination, and a really small sketch/print for the front cover would be great. Here's hoping..........

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Originally posted by Bartski

Anyone know where i can buy a joe scarborough print.. drop us line pls.

Have you tried MO'S shop on Shortridge street [ MOMENTOS] Attercliffe.

he has a wide variety of all prints including George Cunningham's, he even sells frames.

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I have a couple of Terry Gorman prints. Bought them, never framed them because when I thought about it they weren't really my thing. One is featuring a football special tram or bus and a star placard. Bought it for o/h as blades were mentioned. He wasnt keen either.

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I met him when I was about ten and got him to paint a little man for me and sign it. Cheeky huh?

 

Annoying thing is I have no idea where it is any more...

 

D'oh! Could have sold it on ebay and made millions!

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Joe's signed limited edition prints go for around 20-40 on Ebay. Does anyone know how to get in contact with Joe, as I am interested in him doing a commision for me. Please reply to my e-mail dannydjm@tiscali.co.uk

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Anybody wanting to speak to him should try wandering around the canal basin. He lives on the canal as PaulTansley mentioned in his post. He is very approachable, I met him in a small art gallery once and we were chatting away without me realising who he was at first :huh: !!!

 

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Anybody wanting to speak to him should try wandering around the canal basin. He lives on the canal as PaulTansley mentioned in his post. He is very approachable, I met him in a small art gallery once and we were chatting away without me realising who he was at first :huh: !!!

 

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yeah hes a down to earth bloke, me and everyone else in his daughters class (going back a while ) were given a couple of prints, i think they were signed, cant find them for love nor money...shame.

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Many, many yeas ago whan I was "young" back in 1988 I ran the Sheffield marathon.

 

That particular year a Joe Scarborough print was distributed called "The Friendly One."

 

Anyone know anything about that - don't suppose it's particularly valuable, just curious.

 

Thanks.

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My fella lived opposite joe and was friends with Andrew his son.My mother in law was given one of joe's first paintings, After a few years joe asked her if he could have it back.She said she couldn't find it but she daren't tell him she had chucked it!

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