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I want to use one of Coolidge's paintings in some type of publication, whom do I contact?

How much is DPP item XYZ worth?

I am a sleazebag working for a shady gambling website that is trying to improve their Google PageRank through a link exchange scam. Will you link to my betting site so I can steal more people's money?

I saw that two original DPP paintings were auctioned for $600,000. I think I have an original Coolidge, what should I do?

But it is really old....

Where do I buy a DPP picture?

Where do I find DPP item XYZ?

What is this "DPP" I see all over the place? Some type of drug?

You stole my [image|text|first born son] and posted it on your website and now I want to sue, you piece of scum.

Why can't I see images from the RSS feed in my reader?


I want to use one of Coolidge's paintings in some type of publication, whom do I contact?
Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, this is not legal advice. That said, as far as I know, Cassius's works are old enough that they fall into the public domain. This means that you can use them without obtaining permission or paying royalties. There are a couple of "touched up" prints which are copyrighted by Demarco Productions though, to which the above guidelines do not apply.

To find the paintings for which Demarco Productions holds copyrights, visit the U.S. Copyright Office's Search page and search by name for "Coolidge, C.M." For further information contact Demarco Productions directly.
How much is DPP item XYZ worth?
One M-eee-llion Dollars! Seriously though, I do not know. The only place I see prices are on eBay, which you can browse yourself. Try asking an art or an antique expert (of which I am neither), but I would not hold my breath on that item being your ticket to paradise.
I am a sleazebag working for a shady gambling website that is trying to improve their Google PageRank through a link exchange scam. Will you link to my betting site so I can steal more people's money?
No. Internet hell has a special place reserved for people like you.
I saw that two original DPP paintings were auctioned for $600,000. I think I have an original Coolidge, what should I do?
I hate to spoil your retirement plans, but you do not have an original. Most likely you just have an old print, which really is not worth much. Try a different get rich quick scheme.
But it is really old....
Nope. Sorry, not an original. Move along.
Where do I buy a DPP picture?
Many of Coolidge's more popular prints are available through a variety of online outlets. Each one that can be purchased in Coolidge's Paintings Gallery has a little "Purchase this Painting" link so that may help you track down a version. Or else you can view a big smorgasbord of all available paintings for purchase.
Where do I find DPP item XYZ?
I do not know. Nothing is sold directly through this website. Any items I have probably came from eBay or somewhere else online.
What is this "DPP" I see all over the place? Some type of drug?
Although also addictive and not legal in every state, DPP is no narcotic. It is just my short hand for "dogs playing poker."
You stole my [image|text|first born son] and posted it on your website and now I want to sue, you piece of scum.
While not technically a question, if you really think free advertising is bad for your business or you just need complete control of your work (that has been previously posted on the internet), then please tell me, I will remove any content that I am not allowed to display. I know the stupidity that the DMCA requires, but please contact me directly and do not annoy my hosting provider. I have no intention to post items I am not entitled to.
Why can't I see images from the RSS feed in my reader?
In an attempt to prevent others from leeching my bandwidth, embedding images from DogsPlayingPoker.org in another web page is not allowed. This can cause problems with some RSS readers, but I have tried to support the most popular ones. Please let me know which RSS reader is experiencing problems, and I will get it fixed.

If you have any other questions, do not hesitate to ask me.

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