Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies 2010 is Now Available The third annual edition of the Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies published by the Foundation for Appraisal Education is now available for sale. Order your copy today at www.appraisaljournal.org
News-Antique.com - May 18,2010 - The Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies - 2010 is now ready to order.
The cost is $55.00 plus shipping and can be ordered by clicking www.appraisaljournal.org.
Please support this worthy cause as proceeds go to assist the educational initiatives of the Foundation for Appraisal Education. The Journal has contributions from ASA, ISA, AAA, ANA and independent appraisers and dealers. The list of authors and title of their article follows. There is no other publication available for the personal property appraiser which publishes articles with both depth and expertise as the Journal of Advanced Studies.
Andrew Richmond and Hollie Davis of Maine Antique Digest and the Young Collectors column are contributors, as is Judaica expert Elizabeth Berman, AAA, attorney Mark Gold looks at the deaccession debate, Jane Brennom, ISA CAPP writes on appraisers versus authenticators. Todd Sigety writes on price anomalies, touching on the Walking Man, and the Philadelphia Queen Anne compass seat stools amongst other items, Brian Kathenes, ISA CAPP introduces appraisers to coins and Soodie Beasley, ASA AM discusses several furniture designers of the 20th century, and Jerry Sampson, ASA writes about the appraisers library.
In total 18 articles and over 300 pages of personal property appraisal related articles.
Buy your copy today at www.appraisaljournal.org.
Logan Adams Building Bigger and Better Business with the Moving Industry
Soodie Beasley - Fantasy Furniture by Designers: Mark, Mont, Duquette and Springer
Elizabeth Kessin Berman A Time to Value and a Time to Creatively Value Appraising Church and Synagogue Collections
Jane C. Brennom Appraisers vs Authenticators
Robert W. Cook - Lack of Objectivity Leaves Appraisers at Risk: Index Adjusted Good-Better-Best Appraisal Model Offers Partial Solutions
Robert J. Corey Lack of Objectivity Leaves Appraisers at Risk: Index Adjusted Good-Better-Best Appraisal Model Offers Partial Solutions
Hollie Davis For Love or Money: Antiques as Investments
Mark S. Gold The Deaccessioning Debate: What Appraises Need to Know
Brian Hiatt Comparison of Different software to Prepare Personal Property Appraisal Reports
Brian Kathenes Appraising 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-Ewald Original Research and Innovative Appraisals
Judy Nelson Reading a Two Dimensional Atrwork; Suggestions for the Generalist Appraiser
Andrew Richmond - Love or Money: Antiques as Investments
Felicia N. Rossomando The Application of Blockage Discounts For an Artists Estate: An Art Business Approach
Jerry Sampson Establishing the Appraisers Library
Elizabeth Sebesky The Art Market: How Lending Fuels Art Crime
Paul Shutler The Importance of Being Provenanced
Todd W. Sigety Price Anomalies
Scott Zema Personal Property Appraising and the Element of Time