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A Consumer’s Guide to Insurance Appraisal Reports: Do You Need One and How to Get One?

Artifactual History Appraisal

Recently I wrote an article for Worthwhile Magazine™ titled “A Consumer’s Guide to Insurance Appraisal Reports: Do You Need One and How to Get One?” In my own appraisal firm, I answer many questions from potential clients who are unsure if they need an insurance appraisal report or what the process is to get one.

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The Art of Appraisals: Understanding their Vital Role in Insurance

Art Appraisal Resources

Appraisers evaluate the condition of the artwork, any damage or restoration work can impact its value. A detailed description of the artwork’s condition is provided in the appraisal report. The appraisal report explains the appraisal methodology used for the report.

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To Clone or Not to Clone?

The Appraiser Coach

How do you start your appraisal reports? Cloning or templates? What is the best for you? Various other software programs have different ways but, in general, we’re going to talk. Read More.

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What to Expect During Your Jewelry Appraisal Appointment

Gemology Resources

At the end of the appointment, the appraiser will provide you with an estimated time frame for when the appraisal report will be completed. Most appraisers can provide an appraisal report in one to five days. Once the report is completed, you will receive a copy via mail or email.

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The Importance of Contemporary Art Appraisals

Art Appraisal Resources

Formulating the Appraisal Report The appraiser will prepare a comprehensive appraisal report based on the gathered information and analysis. The report will include a detailed description of the artwork, its condition, provenance, and the methodology used to determine its value.

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RESEARCHING Your Art, Yourself, Is a Bad Idea!

Coronado Appraisal

An appraisal needs to be presented to your buyer, or, especially, the consignment gallery, auction house…etc., Having a legal and professional Appraisal Report is required if you are submitting the information to the IRS, or if the report will be viewed by an attorney or judge. that will help you Sell your Artwork.

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Celebrating 15 Years As An Accredited Art Appraiser!

Art Appraisal Resources

As part of industry standards, we as appraisers need to requalify with the ISA every 5 years for our continuing membership. There have been a lot of changes since my last requalification 5 years ago, and now it is time to get busy making sure my reports are up to date on USPAP and ISA requirements and best practices.