Thanks! The original "Stampede", also known as "Caught in the Stampede", was originally cast 22 5/8 inches high in relief form around 1912. You have a later copy likely produced by Frederic Remington Sculptures Company who has had the exclusive contract for reproducing forms for quite a long time.
Based on a review of current recorded and documented sales of similar items in the past year and your description, the current retail market value is estimated to be from $225 to $475 in most markets. -
Regional demand can have an impact of values so be sure to check antique and collectible shops in your local area. This input will give you an idea of the trends in your area and then you can decide to sell locally or via one of the online markets.
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