A unique annual journal written and edited specifically for personal property appraisers. 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 2014 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.
- Elizabeth Berman – The Challenges of Appraising Judaica, Part Two
- Soodie Beasley – Women Furniture Designers
- Corin M. Blust – “The Charity Premium:” An Examination of the Market Performance of Fine Art Sold at Charity Auctions
- Bernard Ewell – The Dali Dilemma
- Lisa J. Garcia – An Insider’s Guide to the Catalogue Raisonné
- Rachel Graham – Reattribution in the Market for Old Masters
- Susan Lahey – “Listen to the Object” – Important Strategies for Dating, Appraising and Identifying Fake Chinese Ceramics
- Elin Lake-Ewald – When Mold Attacks Art
- Tom McNulty – Introduction to Research for Art Appraisers
- Jianping Mei – 2013 Art Market Insights and Financial Performance
- Michael Moses – 2013 Art Market Insights and Financial Performance
- William M. Novotny – The Market Shift Factor In Valuation Disputes: A Basis for a Statistical Solution
- William Novotny – Large Loss Claims: The Market Shift Factor: Justification for a Statistical Solution
- Douglass Paschall – The Value of the Photograph
- Tony Pernicone – Is Art a Good Investment?
- Steve Roach – A Move Towards Quality and Rarity: Examining the Rare Coin Market in 2012 and 2013
- Cindy Charleston Rosenberg – Connoisseurship and the Fine Art Appraiser
- Daphne Rosenzweig – Musha-E: Japanese Warrior Prints
- Daniel Sheinson – Large Loss Claims: The Market Shift Factor: Justifica- tion for a Statistical Solution
- Darlene N. Wong – Chinese Matrimonial Jewelry: Deciphering Symbols and Motifs