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I picked up 5 pencil signed lithographs at a garage sale

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I picked up 5 pencil signed lithographs at a garage sale this weekend. I've made out a few signatures as Marion Greenwood (Carib Mother), E. Amero (the family), Reynold Weidenaar (Reverie), and two more I haven't made out yet. Wondering if I over paid at $5 each? Value?
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Tim in Antiques replied 4 months ago.

Thank you for your question, my name is Timothy.

It looks like you did well.

Marion Greenwood (1909 - 1970) (Carib Mother) Has sold at auction for: $80.00

Emilio AMERO (1910-1976) his lithographs sell at auction: $100.00 to $300.00

Reynold Henry WEIDENAAR (1915-1985) Reverie: Has sold for $170.00 at a recent auction.

Looks like a nice return on your investment.

Happy Memorial Day

Customer: replied 4 months ago.
Can I ask about the other 2 or do I have to pay again?
Expert:  Tim in Antiques replied 4 months ago.

If you know the artists I can do it here.

Customer: replied 4 months ago.
I haven't been able to identify the artists. But I bet they are recognizable to someone. I'll upload them and see if u recognize them. I also picked up 3 books at the same sale from mid 1800. One is a dictionary, one is a pictorial United States of America, and one is a Parsing book? All in pretty rough shape but only paid $2.00 for all 3 books.
Expert:  Tim in Antiques replied 4 months ago.

The etching of the man is the work of:

Nathaniel P. STEINBERG (1893-1976)

Birth place: Jerusalem, Palestine

Death place: Chicago, IL

Addresses: Chicago, IL

Profession: Etcher, painter, illustrator

Studied: AIC; also with Walcott, Bellows, Sterba;W. Reynolds; Seyffert

Exhibited: in many museums and galleries in U.S., London and Paris. Indiana Soc. Etchers, 1947 (prize); SAGA, 1950 (prize); Chicago Soc. Etchers, 1935 (prize), 1949 (prize); Paris Salon, 1937 (Print chosen by SAGA); Pallette & Chisel Club,1953( gold medal), prize,1959 (prize); Chicago Art Gld., 1955 (prize); Union Lg. Club, Chicago, 1957 (Bruce Parsons award);1964 (Preston Bradley award).

Member: Palette & Chisel Acad., Chicago (pres., 1960-61); Chicago North Shore AA; Wash. WCC; Chicago Soc. Etchers; Southern Soc. Etchers.

Work: Fed. Court, Chicago; Smithsonian Inst.; Herzl H.S., Chicago; Four Arts, Palm Beach, FL

Comments: Position: staff artist, Chicago American, 1938-.

Sources: WW66; WW47, which puts birth at 1895.

They can sell at auction for: $100.00 to $250.00.

The other one of the woman has a signature on the left of the image but it is too dark to make out. Possibly Vincent? R???