News-Antique.com - Mar 04,2009 - The 2009 edition of the Journal of Advanced Appraisal studies is now available for sale. I am very pleased with this years journal, with a great collection of articles.
The collection of articles come from many independent appraisers, members of ISA, ASA, NAA and AAA as well as forensic experts, educators, and conservators. The Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies is quickly becoming the publication of record for the appraisal industry.
The 2009 edition of the Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies contains a excellent collection of articles on paper based artifacts, African and African American Art, photographs, market valuations, valuation methodologies, ethics, marketing and signature authentications. In all, 20 articles and over 330 pages of appraisal related content.
The Journal is published by the Foundation for Appraisal Education (previously the ISA Eduction Foundation) and proceeds from the sale of the Journal support the scholarships and educational initiatives of the foundation.
So visit the link today, at www.appraisaljournal.org and order a copy for your appraisal library. No appraiser should be without the Journal.
The Journal is available for sale for only $55.00 (the 2008 edition is still available at the reduced price of $35.00) and will also be on sale at ISA Conference in Charleston. To order your copy go to www.appraisaljournal.org and click on the order tab.
Below is a list of contributors and titles for the 2009 edition. All articles were contributed to the Journal without charges or fees by the authors in support of the Foundation of Appraisal Education educational programs and to promote the professionalism of the personal property appraising.
Todd Sigety, ISA CAPP
* Alvah Beander - A Guide to Appraising African Art
* Soodie Besaley Discovering a New Collecting Category: Furniture by Decorators
* Robert J. Corey Combining Metrics, Standards and Connoisseurship: A Weighted-Factor Scoring Model
* Jo Desmond Framed Works on Paper What to Look for Under the Dust Cover
* Mark C. Grove Standards of Protocol
* Christine Guernsey Creating a Marketing Plan: Mapping Your Way to Future Appraisal Business Success
* Benedict J. Hastings The Russian Imperial Porcelain Factory
* Darlene Hines The Enslaved African American Artisan: Contributions to the Decorative Arts
* Brian Kathenes Autographs, Manuscripts, and Historical Documents: How to Identify Common Fakes, Forgeries and Facsimiles
* Denise J. Levy The Challenges of Appraising Photographs
* Jianping Mei Market Based Art Valuations
* Michael Moses - Market Based Art Valuations
* Susan A. Nash Historic Wallpaper
* Mike Odell - Beware the Risks
* Graham P. Ospreay Issues in Identification and The Authenticity of Artists Signatures
* Harlan Rimmerman - Beware the Risks
* Todd W. Sigety Combining Metrics, Standards and Connoisseurship: A Weighted-Factor Scoring Model
* Christine A. Smith Paper-Based Artifacts and Light: An Introduction
* Dale Sorenson A Primer on Valuating and Appraising Maps
* Stephen J. Sweeting Material Culture and the Natural World: Mayo, Seri, and Apache Basketry