Collector's Prints from LIFE Magazine, Page Four

The great photographs below from LIFE magazine represent the finest in photojournalism over the last few decades. They were expertly printed in the LIFE lab, signed by the photographers and are excellent photographic investments, having increased in value greatly in recent years. (Incidentally, a few of the limited edition prints below were made posthumously and have embossed signatures.)

LIFE requests that we not publish prices since they are constantly changing as inventories sell out. You can, however, get some idea by the symbols shown after the sizes. ($) means $5,000 or less; ($$) is $5,000 to $10,000; ($$$) is $10,000 to $15,000 and ($$$$) is over $15,000. If you see one or some you like, please email us or phone us (877-868-5462) for the current price. (The LIFE watermark on the web images below are not on the photographs themselves.)

Photographers shown:

Margaret Bouke-White (1904-1971),    Ed Clark (born 1926),    Loomis Dean (1917-2005),    Alfred Eisenstaedt (1898-1995)
Andreas Feininger (1906-1999),    Martha Holmes (1923-2006),    Carl Mydans (1907-2004),    Joe Rosenthal (1911-2006)

(All images below are Time Inc.)

Alfred Eisenstaedt Alfred Eisenstaedt: Sir Winston Churchill, Liverpool, England, 1951, in 11 x 14 ($) and 16 x 20 ($$).           Loomis Dean, Noel Coward Loomis Dean: Noel Coward, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1955, in 11 x 14 ($) and 16 x 20 ($$).

Carl Mydans, Japanese Surrender Carl Mydans: Japanese Surrender on Board the U.S.S. Missouri, Tokyo Bay, 9/2/45, in 11 x 14 ($) and 16 x 20 ($$).           Alfred Eisenstaedt, World's Fair Alfred Eisenstaedt: World's Fair, New York City, 1939, in 16 x 20 ($$). Only 20 were printed and signed.

Alfred Eisenstaedt, Little Boy selling Coke Alfred Eisenstaedt: Little boy selling Coca-Cola at roadside, Atlanta, GA, 1936, in 11 x 14 ($$) and 16 x 20 ($$).           Alfred Eisenstaedt, Central Park after a snowstorm Alfred Eisenstaedt: Central Park after a snowstorm, New York, 1969, in 20 x 24 ($$$).

Alfred Eisenstaedt, Albert Einstein Alfred Eisenstaedt: Albert Einstein, 1949, in 8 x 10 ($$$$).

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