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Morley Kakepetum (b. 1936)

Lot 10: Morley Kakepetum - Original Watercolor

Region Fine Art

March 18, 2018
Gimli, MB, CA

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Description

Original Native Watercolor by listed Canadian Woodlands artist Morley Kakepetum Watercolor size: 12 inches x 20 inches. Framed size: 18.25 inches x 25.5 inches

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Shipping

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Shipping Terms

Buyers are responsible for the Shipping Costs. Region Fine Art can take care of shipping arrangements and find an appropriate shipping company. We do charge a fee for packaging on top of the shipping cost of the company. Contact Region Fine Art at least one week prior to the auction date to obtain a shipping quote.

Buyers Premium

All lots won through Invaluableauctions are subject to a 20% Buyers Premium.

Taxes

Buyers outside of Canada are not subject to taxes. Buyers within Canada are subject to their applicable taxes within their Province or Territory.