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American Wildlife Institute Prints

Posted by cindyaa (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 22, 10 at 20:29

We have 13 game bird prints, stamped on the envelope "American Wildlife Institute". We think they are from the 30's or 40's and would like to know their value.


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What kind of prints are they. Etchings? Lithographs? photo reproductions?
Are there marking on them? I can't see anything on like about prints put out by the American Wildlife Institute. Is tehre anymore info?
Linda c


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I also have one print, which I believe is a photo reproduction but still curious about worth


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The American Wildlife Institute was a non-profit in the late 1930s, which later became the Wildlife Management Institute, which is still around. I googled "American Wildlife Institute" in Google Book/Magazine search and found the information in a 1985 issue of Field and Stream.

Here is a link that might be useful: Wildlife Management Institute


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Good find. The only prints I could locate on a search were two bird prints sold for about $12 U.S. in the U.K. on their Ebay site. If you go to the site ideefixe linked, you can find a lot of info and contact info there, and maybe even get some answers of when they were published and who did the artwork. The pics I saw were quite nice.


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I'd call their PR office (media relations), find out if they have an archive or library and ask about the prints. Who knows--they may want to buy them from you!


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