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Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies – 2012

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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  2012 edition contains 21 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

  • Harry Alden – An Introduction To Wood Analysis and Identification
  • Elizabeth Berman – The Challenges of Appraising Judaica, Part One
  • Kewku BoisonFair Value – Plant, Machinery, and Equipment Appraisals/Valuations for IFRS Purposes
  • Soodie BeasleyIn Good Taste
  • Lisa CambierThe Valuation and Institutional Placement of Artists’ Archives
  • Leon Castner – The Persuasive Appraisal
  • Beverly Schreiber Jacoby – Valuing Site Specific Contemporary Art
  • Brian KathenesCreating Celebrity Status as a Professional Appraiser
  • David Lindquist – Analysis of The Multi-Part Antique
  • Jianping Mei – 2011 Art Market Insights and Financial Performance
  • Michael Moses 2011 Art Market Insights and Financial Performance
  • Joyce Newman – The Persuasive Appraisal
  • Ünsal ÖzdilekUse of the Hedonic Approach in Appraising the Market Value of Paintings
  • Tony PerniconeCaveat Emptor! Fakes and Frauds at eBay and other Online Auction Sites
  • Francine ProulxRalph Returns to the Supreme Court: A Case Study in Artist Identification
  • Steve RoachLooking at the Rare Coin Market in a Time of Rapidly Rising Precious Metal Prices
  • Cynthia Shaver Asian Textiles: An Introductory Guide for Personal Property Appraisers
  • Todd W. SigetyThe Appraisers Tool Kit
  • David SmithAiming High: How to Take Better Photographs of Art and Objects
  • Dale Sorenson – A Primer On Appraising Books
  • Lydia ThompsonThe Path of the Chinese Art Market: Sustainable Growth or Bust

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Weight 64 oz
Dimensions 9 x 12 x 3 in

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