Does a lithograph have value?

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It is completely normal to wonder if a lithograph that you own will have any kind of value at an action or pawn shop. The best way to determine the value is to take it to a professional and have it appraised. They will be able to assess the condition and age, then give you an idea of a price range. You can also ask for that in writing so you have an official record if you decide to sell the lithograph. Quite often people will decide to hold onto the item as it may increase in value over time.
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