"The Chicago Roundtable" print

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Postby Guest » 05/04/07 03:02 PM

I am trying to get some info on this print.
I bought is in the mid 80's when i was in school.

It is by Salvatore salla and is dated 1965.

The whole thing is small sketches of magicians who have a Chicago connection.

There are about 100 magicians

Here are a few...Jay Marshal, Marlo, Dorney, matt schulien, joe berg, blackstone,thurston, cardini, dai vernon.

I was wondering what it might be worth.

I had it framed about 20 years ago.

any info would be appreciated

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Postby George Olson » 05/05/07 12:01 PM

When you get a price, I would be interested in purchasing it if you would sell it.

GO
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Postby Guest » 05/07/07 07:00 AM

I'm curious as well in a value. I have one, too. Do you have the "index" that has the names to go with all the sketches? I have that, too.

Steve
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Postby Guest » 05/07/07 07:40 AM

I saw one this past weekend at the MCA event and I believe it was going for $35.00. I was going to buy it for the current Chicago Magic Roundtable. Busy buying other items I did not purchase it.

Dan Mindo
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Postby Guest » 05/07/07 02:22 PM

Wow...I'm disappointed in that price. I was hoping it would be worth more. Not looking to sell mine, but I thought, with its age, it would be more valuable. I have another print of his called "Salla's Magical Masterpiece of the Magical Masters", from 1979. It's a signed and numbered (#131 of 500) print. Nicely done in color and magnificently framed, as is the Chicago print I have.

Steve
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Postby Guest » 05/07/07 02:29 PM

Steve:

If you don't mind sharing, what did you pay for the print you asked about.

Clay
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Postby George Olson » 05/07/07 02:30 PM

Steve:

"Not looking to sell mine..."

For nostalgia reasons, I would offer $75.00 if you could be persuaded.... ;)

GO
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Postby Guest » 05/07/07 04:26 PM

If that price is accurate then
i am pretty disappointed too.

The print is 42 years old and 500 copies.

I paid $80.00 to have it framed almost
20 years ago.

I wonder what i could get on ebay................
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Postby Don Wilson » 05/07/07 07:31 PM

GEORGE:
I have #133 of 500 printed of the Chicago Round Table, with printed list of Table included. Price: $75.00 postpaid and insured. It is in excellent condition.
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Postby Guest » 05/08/07 03:53 AM

I got both my Salvatore Salla prints as part of an estate/collection I bought from a friend. I think the framing alone on this would be more than $75...VERY professionally done, as are all the posters I got from him. I DO need to figure out if these magic posters are original or reproductions (not the Salla, they're original) from someone.

I couldn't sell the Salla items, they look too good right where they are.

Steve
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Postby George Olson » 05/08/07 02:51 PM

Don, I sent you a PM this afternoon!@

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