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Authentication and Appraisal

Authentication and Appraisal

The Frederic Remington Art Museum does not authenticate, appraise or assign value to any objects. For inquiries into the  value or authenticity of your piece you should consult one of the Remington dealers below or your local appraiser.

Here is a list of items that Remington did not make, but that have been produced in recent decades: belt buckles, anything on glass or ceramic, book ends, whiskey bottles. For information about such things, you will want to consult a dealer or appraiser who works with collectibles. Any Remington sculpture that has been altered from its original form, for example: made into a lamp or some other decorative object, is not an original from Remington (at least we hope someone wouldn't do that to an original!).

For information and values of books by Remington, or containing Remington art, or magazines Remington illustrated, and Remington prints, you should contact an antiquarian bookseller.

The Frederic Remington Catalogue Raisonné is the definitive resource cataloguing authenticated Remington artworks.


The contacts listed below comprise our standard list of Remington dealers to whom we refer inquiries about trade in Remington art. Whether you are looking for an original or are trying to have yours appraised, these dealers should be able to help you. 

Cameron Shay, James Graham & Sons
17 East 67th Street
No. 1A
New York, NY 10065

Michael Frost, J.N. Bartfield Galleries
60 West 55th Street, 5th floor
New York, NY 10019

Gerald Peters Gallery
24 E. 78th St.
New York, NY 10075