Homespun linen Circa 1850s
Appraised for insurance coverage
James Brown (American, early 19th century) : Oil on canvas
The portraits descended in a family. The subjects were early settlers of a New England town.
They were originally appraised as part of an estate with a large number of antiques and were later reappraised for donation purposes and the IRS Form 8283 was completed.
Donated to a museum
Attributed to Wilhem Schimmel (1817-1890)
Originally appraised for donation to a museum but eventually sold at auction.
Limited edition screenprint on acetate
Insurance claim appraisal for damage in shipping.
Located in a bank building designed by American architect Louis H. Sullivan in 1914.
Being donated to a non-profit foundation.
Inspect, photograph, prepare appraisal and complete IRS Form 8283.
Very large group of 18th century English pottery was appraised for estate planning purposes.
Inspect, photograph, inventory, research and prepare report on several hundred important pieces.
Final document ready for publication.
Fairfield County, Connecticut
Entire contents of a landmark historic building was appraised for insurance coverage. Included furniture, paintings, silver and early lighting. Detailed inventory also served as guide to limited staff.
Originally done in 2001 and updated in 2012.
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