Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies – 2010

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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  2010 edition contains 20 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

  • Logan Adams – Building Bigger and Better Business with the Moving Industry
  • Soodie BeasleyFantasy Furniture by Designers: Mark, Mont, Duquette and Springer
  • Elizabeth Kessin BermanA Time to Value and a Time to Creatively Value Appraising Church and Synagogue Collections
  • Jane C. BrennomAppraisers vs Authenticators
  • Robert W. Cook Lack of Objectivity Leaves Appraisers at Risk: Index Adjusted Good-Better-Best Appraisal Model Offers Partial Solutions
  • Robert J. CoreyLack of Objectivity Leaves Appraisers at Risk: Index Adjusted Good-Better-Best Appraisal Model Offers Partial Solutions
  • Hollie DavisFor Love or Money: Antiques as Investments
  • Mark S. GoldThe Deaccessioning Debate: What Appraisers Need to Know
  • Brian HiattComparison of Different software to Prepare Personal Property Appraisal Reports
  • Brian KathenesAppraising Stamps and Coins: Tips, Tricks and Hints for Taking the Mystery out of Stamp and Coin Appraising
  • Jill Kent – Folk Art for Appraisers
  • Elin Lake-EwaldOriginal Research and Innovative Appraisals
  • Judy Nelson Reading a Two-Dimensional Artwork; Suggestions for the Generalist Appraiser
  • Andrew RichmondLove or Money: Antiques as Investment
  • Felicia N. Rossomando – The Application of Blockage Discounts For an Artist’s Estate: An Art Business Approach
  • Jerry SampsonEstablishing the Appraisers Library
  • Elizabeth SebeskyThe Art Market: How Lending Fuels Art Crime
  • Paul A. ShutlerThe Importance of Being Provenanced
  • Todd W. SigetyPrice Anomalies
  • Scott ZemaPersonal Property Appraising and the Element of Time

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Weight 64 oz
Dimensions 9 x 12 x 13 in


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