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Paul Giambarba

Jeananne -- I would begin by searching William J. Aylward and those of art appraisers on line. Look for help in your area among galleries and those who teach painting. I don't have that kind of information but if you have an original it might be of considerable value depending upon the subject matter and all sorts of things related to Aylward as well.

jeananne ventura

i found a very large painting in my mothers garage she has passed away and we are cleaning out the house, it is in a frame with w.j.aylward signature on it it has some boats on it is it worth anything or should we just get rid of it my e mail address is jds624@aol.com please if anyone knows what i should do to this it looks very old thanks

Term Papers

Wow. This post brought me in past. Nice post.

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