Maltohexaose - Signed Print by Damien Hirst 2011 - MyArtBroker

Maltohexaose
Signed Print

Damien Hirst

£4,350-£6,500

Value Indicator

$8,500-$12,500 Value Indicator

$7,500-$11,000 Value Indicator

¥40,000-¥60,000 Value Indicator

5,000-7,500 Value Indicator

$45,000-$60,000 Value Indicator

¥850,000-¥1,280,000 Value Indicator

$5,500-$8,000 Value Indicator

16% AAGR

AAGR (5 years) This estimate blends recent public auction records with our own private sale data and network demand.

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Medium: Woodcut

Edition size: 55

Year: 2011

Size: H 46cm x W 46cm

Signed: Yes

Format: Signed Print

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The value of Damien Hirst's Maltohexaose (signed) is estimated to be worth between £4,350 and £6,500. This woodcut print, created in 2011, has shown consistent value growth, with an average annual growth rate of 14%. This work has sold 5 times at auction since its first sale in May 2019. In the last 12 months, the average selling price was £4,402, across 1 total sales. Over the past five years, the hammer price has ranged from £2,362 in May 2019 to £9,914 in April 2022. The average return to the seller during this period was £4,767. The edition size of this artwork is limited to 55.

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Auction Results

Auction DateAuction HouseArtwork
Hammer Price
Return to Seller
Buyer Paid
July 2023SBI Art Auction - JapanMaltohexaose - Signed Print
April 2022Phillips New York - United StatesMaltohexaose - Signed Print
October 2021Phillips New York - United StatesMaltohexaose - Signed Print
March 2021Sotheby's New York - United StatesMaltohexaose - Signed Print
May 2019Clars Auction Gallery - United StatesMaltohexaose - Signed Print

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