Aaa Art Appraiser
Alexis Montgomery | 10/23/14
If you are a collector of fine wine, we can appraise it for you.
Eartha Graham | 10/23/14
If you haven't taken photos of all your rare art, you need to do so right away.
Denise Jeffries | 10/22/14
If your fine art pieces are not insured at market value, you need to do it now.
Cheryl Rumbaugh | 10/22/14
If you need a fair market valuation to do a resale on a piece of fine art or sculpture, we can do it for you.
Deanne Wilson | 10/22/14
Buying rare art as an investment may be a good idea, depending on the market. If you have original artwork from the masters, you really need to have an appraisal done every year.
Barkev Bekmezdjian | 10/22/14
Beware of appraisers who show up at a local mall and want to buy your rare art.
Elaine Belanger | 10/21/14
Be sure to keep all the receipts when you purchase rare works of art. If you don't know the difference between an art appraisal and an art authentication, give us a call.
Dwight Moore | 10/20/14
What you paid for a rare piece and what it is worth now will almost never be the same.
Eileen Lloyd | 10/18/14
Authenticating a painting and authenticating a sculpture consist of different processes.
Connie Tritt | 10/17/14
If you have important documents with historical value, we can tell you how much they're worth.
Donald Smith | 10/16/14
Beware of dishonest people trying to under value your artwork in these troubled economic times.
Deanna Bond | 10/14/14
Protecting your art investments is very important, especially if you need an appraisal.
Adrian Stamper | 10/13/14
Some families have fine art that has been passed down from generation to generation. The more rare your artwork, the more it is probably worth.
Bonnie George | 10/11/14
Any artwork that is signed by the painter is probably worth more than you think. Don't sell any art pieces if you haven't had a recent appraisal.
Curtis Skerl | 10/09/14
Be sure to let us appraise your fine art before you buy it so you don't get ripped off.
Amanda Carter | 10/07/14
If you need an art consultant who can appraise your fine artworks, we can help.
Amanda Young | 10/07/14
After you buy a piece of art is not the time to do your first appraisal.
George Geary | 10/07/14
Whether your rare art collection consists of oils, lithographs or statues, we can tell you the value.
Bobbie Mason | 10/07/14
We will give you documents of appraisal that you can use for insurance or to make a sale. Be sure to keep a record of the most recent appraisals of your works of art.
Andrea Hladky | 10/06/14
We have appraised and curated art collections for corporations and private collectors for years.
Delora Taylor | 10/05/14
Have your family heirlooms appraised every three to five years to keep the appraisal up to date.
Connie Yancey | 10/05/14
Never sell artwork without first having us appraise it for you. Be sure to keep a copy of your fine art appraisals in a safe deposit box at the bank in case of a fire.
Dottie Bromley | 10/04/14
If you have signed art piece, you can't take chances by not having a current appraisal done.
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