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Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies – 2009

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A unique bi-annual journal written specifically for personal property appraisers. Edited by Todd Sigety, ISA CAPP, the content includes original research articles integrative reviews and topical discussions of professional appraisal issues and concerns from a variety of perspectives, theories and approaches.

The  2009 edition contains 23 articles with contributions from many nationally and internationally recognized personal property appraisers and from appraisal related industries such as auction houses, insurance brokerages, museums and cultural property conservationists.

Contributing Authors

  • Alvah BeanderA Guide to Appraising African Art
  • Soodie BeasleyDiscovering a New Collecting Category: Furniture by Decorators
  • Robert J. CoreyCombining Metrics, Standards and Connoisseurship: A Weighted-Factor Scoring Model
  • Jo DesmondFramed Works on Paper – What to Look for Under the Dust Cover
  • Mark C. GroveStandards of Protocol
  • Christine GuernseyCreating a Marketing Plan: Mapping Your Way to Future Appraisal Business Success
  • Benedict J. HastingsThe Russian Imperial Porcelain Factory
  • Darlene HinesThe Enslaved African American Artisan: Contributions to the Decorative Arts
  • Brian KathenesAutographs, Manuscripts, and Historical Documents: How to Identify Common Fakes, Forgeries and Facsimiles
  • Denise J. LevyThe Challenges of Appraising Photographs
  • Jianping MeiMarket Based Art Valuations
  • Michael MosesMarket Based Art Valuations
  • Susan A. NashHistoric Wallpaper
  • Mike OdellBeware the Risks
  • Graham P. OspreayIssues in Identification and The Authenticity of Artist’s Signatures
  • Harlan RimmermanBeware the Risks
  • Todd W. SigetyCombining Metrics, Standards and Connoisseurship: A Weighted-Factor Scoring Model
  • Christine A. SmithPaper-Based Artifacts and Light: An Introduction
  • Dale SorensonA Primer on Valuating and Appraising Maps
  • Stephen J. SweetingMaterial Culture and the Natural World: Mayo, Seri, and Apache Basketry
  • Victor WienerThe Unique Aspects of Appraising Large Scale Art
  • Matthew S. WilcoxIllustration Art: Problems and Resources for Appraisers
  • Michael WyrostekKnowing about “Other Assets” Increased MY Appraisal Business by 50%

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Weight 64 oz
Dimensions 9 x 12 x 13 in

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