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Set 6 Handblown Cocktail Glasses Black. Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl means "cane" in the Nahua language, the language of the Mexica people. Acatl is also the symbol that represents this element. In turn, this symbol has been used in sculptures a...
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2010s Mexican Art Deco Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 4 Handblown Cocktail Glasses Red. Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl means "cane" in the Nahua language, the language of the Mexica people. Acatl is also the symbol that represents this element. In turn, this symbol has been used in sculptures a...
Category

2010s Mexican Art Deco Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 6 Handblown Cocktail Glasses Clear. Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl means "cane" in the Nahua language, the language of the Mexica people. Acatl is also the symbol that represents this element. In turn, this symbol has been used in sculptures...
Category

2010s Mexican Art Deco Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 8 Handblown Cocktail Glasses Green. Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl means "cane" in the Nahua language, the language of the Mexica people. Acatl is also the symbol that represents this element. In turn, this symbol has been used in sculptures a...
Category

2010s Mexican Art Deco Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 6 Handblown Cocktail Glasses Green. Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl means "cane" in the Nahua language, the language of the Mexica people. Acatl is also the symbol that represents this element. In turn, this symbol has been used in sculptures a...
Category

2010s Mexican Art Deco Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 8 Handblown Cocktail Glasses Black. Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl means "cane" in the Nahua language, the language of the Mexica people. Acatl is also the symbol that represents this element. In turn, this symbol has been used in sculptures a...
Category

2010s Mexican Art Deco Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 8 Handblown Cocktail Glasses Red. Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl means "cane" in the Nahua language, the language of the Mexica people. Acatl is also the symbol that represents this element. In turn, this symbol has been used in sculptures a...
Category

2010s Mexican Art Deco Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 4 Handblown Cocktail Glasses Clear. Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl means "cane" in the Nahua language, the language of the Mexica people. Acatl is also the symbol that represents this element. In turn, this symbol has been used in sculptures a...
Category

2010s Mexican Art Deco Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 4 Handblown Cocktail Glasses Green. Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl means "cane" in the Nahua language, the language of the Mexica people. Acatl is also the symbol that represents this element. In turn, this symbol has been used in sculptures a...
Category

2010s Mexican Art Deco Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 8 Handblown Cocktail Glasses Clear. Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl means "cane" in the Nahua language, the language of the Mexica people. Acatl is also the symbol that represents this element. In turn, this symbol has been used in sculptures a...
Category

2010s Mexican Art Deco Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 6 Handblown Cocktail Glasses Red. Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl means "cane" in the Nahua language, the language of the Mexica people. Acatl is also the symbol that represents this element. In turn, this symbol has been used in sculptures a...
Category

2010s Mexican Art Deco Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 4 Handblown Cocktail Glasses Black. Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl means "cane" in the Nahua language, the language of the Mexica people. Acatl is also the symbol that represents this element. In turn, this symbol has been used in sculptures a...
Category

2010s Mexican Art Deco Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 6 HandBlown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Glasses 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
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2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 4 HandBlown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Glasses 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 4 HandBlown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Cups 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 8 HandBlown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Glasses 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 8 HandBlown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Cups 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 6 HandBlown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Cups 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 4 Hand Blown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Cups 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 8 Hand Blown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Cups 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

8 Hand Blown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Pink Cups 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

6 Hand Blown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Pink Cups 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 6 Hand Blown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Cups 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

4 Hand Blown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Pink Cups 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
By La muerte tiene permiso
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

Crepusculo, Contemporary Art, Abstract Painting, 21st Century
Located in Mexico City, MX
Picasso, but he is also a great admirer of local and regional art as well as pre-Hispanic art. Currently
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2010s Abstract Abstract Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Rey Rosa, Contemporary Art, Abstract Painting, 21st Century
Located in Mexico City, MX
Picasso, but he is also a great admirer of local and regional art as well as pre-Hispanic art. Currently
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2010s Abstract Abstract Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Hispanic woman with jewels Latin female Art Deco
By Federico Beltran Masses
Located in Miami, FL
Long-necked , elegant slender fingers and spellbinding eyes define a quintessential Latin beauty. The painting is has a simple, architectonic composition of vertical and horizontal e...
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1930s Art Deco Portrait Paintings

Materials

Oil

Hispanic woman with jewels Latin female Art Deco
By Federico Beltran Masses
Located in Miami, FL
Long-necked , elegant slender fingers and spellbinding eyes define a quintessential Latin beauty. The painting is has a simple, architectonic composition of vertical and horizontal e...
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1930s Art Deco Portrait Paintings

Materials

Oil

"MD01", Contemporary, Design, Abstract, Ceramic, Sculpture, Glaze, Luster
Located in St. Louis, MO
draws inspiration from his heritage, along with pre-Hispanic art, East Asian pottery, and contemporary
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2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Luster, Stoneware, Glaze

"MD02", Contemporary, Design, Abstract, Ceramic, Sculpture, Glaze, Luster
Located in St. Louis, MO
draws inspiration from his heritage, along with pre-Hispanic art, East Asian pottery, and contemporary
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Luster, Stoneware, Glaze

"MD04", Contemporary, Abstract, Ceramic, Sculpture, Glaze, Luster, Stoneware
Located in St. Louis, MO
draws inspiration from his heritage, along with pre-Hispanic art, East Asian pottery, and contemporary
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware, Glaze

"MD03", Contemporary, Ceramic, Sculpture, Abstract, Stoneware, Glaze, Luster
Located in St. Louis, MO
draws inspiration from his heritage, along with pre-Hispanic art, East Asian pottery, and contemporary
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Luster, Stoneware, Glaze

"MD06", Contemporary, Ceramic, Abstract, Sculpture, Stoneware, Glaze, Design
Located in St. Louis, MO
draws inspiration from his heritage, along with pre-Hispanic art, East Asian pottery, and contemporary
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware, Glaze

"MD05", Contemporary, Ceramic, Sculpture, Abstract, Design, Vessel Form, Glaze
Located in St. Louis, MO
draws inspiration from his heritage, along with pre-Hispanic art, East Asian pottery, and contemporary
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware, Glaze

"MD07", Contemporary, Abstract, Ceramic, Sculpture, Stoneware, Glaze, Platter
Located in St. Louis, MO
draws inspiration from his heritage, along with pre-Hispanic art, East Asian pottery, and contemporary
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware, Glaze

"MD08", Contemporary, Abstract, Ceramic, Sculpture, Stoneware, Glaze, Design
Located in St. Louis, MO
draws inspiration from his heritage, along with pre-Hispanic art, East Asian pottery, and contemporary
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware, Glaze

"MD09", Contemporary, Abstract, Ceramic, Sculpture, Stoneware, Glaze, Colorful
Located in St. Louis, MO
draws inspiration from his heritage, along with pre-Hispanic art, East Asian pottery, and contemporary
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware, Glaze

"MD12", Contemporary, Abstract, Ceramic, Stoneware, Sculpture, Glaze, Luster
Located in St. Louis, MO
draws inspiration from his heritage, along with pre-Hispanic art, East Asian pottery, and contemporary
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Luster, Stoneware, Glaze

"MD13", Contemporary, Abstract, Ceramic, Sculpture, Stoneware, Gold Luster Glaze
Located in St. Louis, MO
draws inspiration from his heritage, along with pre-Hispanic art, East Asian pottery, and contemporary
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware, Glaze

"MD15", Contemporary, Abstract, Ceramic, Sculpture, Colorful, Vessel Form
Located in St. Louis, MO
draws inspiration from his heritage, along with pre-Hispanic art, East Asian pottery, and contemporary
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware, Glaze

Large Vintage Latin American Hispanic Devil Diablo Folk Art Mask with Horns
Located in Studio City, CA
A fantastic piece. Really quite unique. We have not seen another quite like it. Made from heavy wood and features real horns. Likely South or Central American or perhaps from...
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Mid-20th Century Mexican Folk Art Masks

Materials

Wood, Paint

Mexican Burnished Clay Folk Art Ancient Pre-Hispanic Handmade Vase with Handles
By Silvia Martínez Díaz
Located in Queretaro, Queretaro
In the heart of the Sierra Norte Mountains in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico, the settlers found that this "cold place" gave them a very special gift, clay, with which they could use to...
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21st Century and Contemporary Mexican Rustic Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Clay

Hispanic Artist - Spanish Culture - Spanish Souvenir mantilla, peineta, gilet
By Francis Luis Mora
Located in Miami, FL
F. Luis Mora was the first Hispanic member of the National Academy of Design. Spanish Souvenir
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1920s Impressionist Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Noir Pulp Magazine, Dead Man in the Snow, Mid Century, Latin Art Hispanic Artist
By Rafael DeSoto
Located in Miami, FL
A crime drama needs a cover image. What to do? Hire Rafael Desoto to make a powerful visual statement. This Noir Illustration was done on assignment for Dime Detective cover, when...
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1940s American Modern Figurative Paintings

Materials

Gouache, Board

Portrait
Located in Wilton Manors, FL
, Washington D.C., DC, USA 1986 • Caribbean Art/African Currents, Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New
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1980s Neo-Expressionist Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil

  • Portrait
  • Portrait
  • Portrait
  • Portrait
H 17.5 in W 11 in D 0.1 in
Portrait
Located in Wilton Manors, FL
, Washington D.C., DC, USA 1986 • Caribbean Art/African Currents, Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New
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1980s Neo-Expressionist Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil

  • Portrait
  • Portrait
  • Portrait
  • Portrait
H 24 in W 18 in D 0.2 in
Portrait
Located in Wilton Manors, FL
, Washington D.C., DC, USA 1986 • Caribbean Art/African Currents, Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New
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1980s Neo-Expressionist Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil

  • Portrait
  • Portrait
  • Portrait
  • Portrait
H 13 in W 11 in D 0.5 in
Abstract Neo-Expressionist Portrait (Cuban artist)
Located in Wilton Manors, FL
, Washington D.C., DC, USA 1986 • Caribbean Art/African Currents, Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New
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1980s Neo-Expressionist Figurative Paintings

Materials

Masonite, Oil

Portrait of a Buddha
Located in Wilton Manors, FL
, Washington D.C., DC, USA 1986 • Caribbean Art/African Currents, Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New
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1980s Neo-Expressionist Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil

Young Frida (green)
By Raul Caracoza
Located in Palm Springs, CA
figure in the Chicano and Hispanic art world. Signed and numbered from the edition of 40.
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Early 2000s Contemporary Portrait Prints

Materials

Screen

Pujol Baladas Dali Sensations engraving Surrealist limited edition painting
By Manel Pujol Baladas
Located in CORAL GABLES - MIAMI, FL
Galleries Inc. (San Juan de Puerto Rico and Paris, France). In 1990 he showed in the Museum of Hispanic Art
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Late 20th Century Surrealist Abstract Prints

Materials

Paper, Engraving

Sexy Woman in a Swamp Storm - Pulp Magazine, Hispanic Artist, Mid Century
By Rafael DeSoto
Located in Miami, FL
drama in the swamp. Woman in the Swamp is a masterfully executed example of Pulp Art and showcases
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1950s Academic Figurative Paintings

Materials

Board, Oil

Impressionist Painting of a Young Spanish Flamenco Dancer by J.C. Arter
By John Charles Arter
Located in Rochester, NY
. Charles Arter ( American 1860-1923). Oil on canvas. Signed upper left. Circa 1900. Unframed. Born in
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Early 20th Century Impressionist Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Cuban Art Abstract Oil Painting Latin American Ramon Carulla Surrealist Folk Art
By Ramon Carulla
Located in Surfside, FL
Latin America Graphic Arts Biennial", Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art (MOCHA), New York, U.S.A, 1986
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1970s Modern Figurative Paintings

Materials

Paper, Oil

Cuban Art Abstract Oil Painting Latin American Ramon Carulla Surrealist Folk Art
By Ramon Carulla
Located in Surfside, FL
Latin America Graphic Arts Biennial", Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art (MOCHA), New York, U.S.A, 1986
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1970s Modern Figurative Paintings

Materials

Paper, Oil

Screen Print Poster Construction "Abstract Visions" Latin American Kinetic Art
By Perez Melero
Located in Surfside, FL
Hispanic Art (MOCHA), New York Venezuelan Tourist and Information Center, New York Museum of Contemporary
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1980s Abstract Geometric Abstract Prints

Materials

Screen

Cuban Art Abstract Oil Painting Latin American 1970's Abstraction String Series
By Ramon Carulla
Located in Surfside, FL
throughout the USA. Select Gallery Exhibitions: Lowe Art Museum (Coral Gables, Florida), The Museum of
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1970s Abstract Abstract Paintings

Materials

Paper, Oil

Cuban Art Abstract Oil Painting Latin American Mixed Media Ramon Carulla
By Ramon Carulla
Located in Surfside, FL
Latin America Graphic Arts Biennial", Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art (MOCHA), New York, U.S.A, 1986
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1970s Modern Figurative Paintings

Materials

Paper, Oil

Bodegon #25 Large Oil On Canvas
By Juan Gomez Quiroz
Located in Delray Beach, FL
, he became a curator at the Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, and he was a member of the jury at
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1980s Abstract Paintings

Materials

Cotton Canvas, Oil

18th Hispanic Filipino Crucified Christ Carved Wood Sculpture
Located in Valladolid, ES
sculpture of Crucified Christ with an extraordinary quality! A gorgeous piece for an important art collector
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Antique 1730s Philippine Baroque Religious Items

Materials

Silver

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Hispanic Art For Sale on 1stDibs

Surely you’ll find the exact piece of hispanic art you’re seeking on 1stDibs — we’ve got a vast assortment for sale. There are many abstract, contemporary and Impressionist versions of these works for sale. If you’re looking for an item from our selection of hispanic art from a specific time period, our collection is diverse and broad-ranging, and you’ll find at least one that dates back to the 18th Century while another version may have been produced as recently as the 21st Century. On 1stDibs, the right choice in our collection of hispanic art is waiting for you and the choices span a range of colors that includes black, gray, brown and blue. Finding an appealing object in our assortment of hispanic art — no matter the origin — is easy, but Enrique Pichardo, Mirtha Moreno, Toni CALDENTEY, Earlie Hudnall Jr. and Owen Jones each produced popular versions that are worth a look. Frequently made by artists working in paint, acrylic paint and synthetic resin paint, these artworks are unique and have attracted attention over the years.

How Much is a Hispanic Art?

The average selling price for a piece of hispanic art we offer is $2,117, while they’re typically $1 on the low end and $345,000 for the highest priced.