Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies

The 7th and newest edition of the Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies is now set for publication and will be ready for sale starting at the International Society of Appraisers annual conference on April 14th. The Journal publication party, Reading Between the Wines  is planned by publisher, the Foundation for Appraisal Education. The party is being held at Grace | Modern American Classics, 777 Main Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102 between 5:00pm and 7:00pm. Attendees of the ISA conference art invited to come. For more information please contact/RSVP to Terri Ellis at tquilts@mac.com for your free drink ticket.

These Journal kick-off parties have alwasy been entertaining and we typically sell a lot of copies of the newest edition. If you are not going to the ISA conference in Ft Worth, I will be posting links on how to order this newest edition. They will become available to order online during the conference, and of course copies will be available for sale at the conference.

This years ISA conference again looks to be breaking all records for attendance as well as sponsors and sponsorship dollars.  I believe there are already north of 230 registered attendees with still a month to go. If you have not already registered, do so soon, and then join us at Reading Between the Wines even on Thursday evening, the 14th.

I am excited about the articles in the 2016 edition. There are 17 new articles, ranging from appraisal theory and methodology to Japanese swords to authentication issues. The below block quote has the contributing authors and titles of their articles.
Contributing Authors
Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies - 2016

Darlene Bialowski - Saving Critical Data
Leon Castner - Diminution of Value: More Questions Than Answers
Cris Drugan - Understanding the Japanese Sword
Libby Holloway - The Effects of American Nationalism on Design in the Federal Period
Beverly Schreiber Jacoby - Museum Collections as Salable Property or Cultural Treasure?  Reflections on the Detroit Institute of Art Valuation Controversy
Sang-hee O'Reilly - Reconceptualizing the CoA: Exploring the Divergent Roles of the Certificate of Authenticity
Tony Pernicone - Pablo Picasso: The Graphic Wizard
Francine Proulx - Discovering the Unknown: From Estate Appraisal to Mt. Vernon Exhibit for Newly Found Latrobe Watercolor
Sarah Reeder - An Introduction to Appraising Mid-Century Modern Furniture
Steve Roach - A Study in Contrasts: Understanding Today's Rare Coin Market
Justin Rogers - Refining Blockage Discounts Using the Present Value of Future Earnings Formula
Cindy Charleston Rosenberg - Is It "Right"? - Emerging Authentication Expectations, Best Practices & New Ways Forward in The Wake of Knoedler
Daphne Rosenzweig - Blood-Sweating Horses of Tang
Kirsten Smolensky - Diminution of Value: More Questions Than Answers
Kirsten Smolensky – Choosing the Most Common Market for IRS Appraisal Reports
Todd W. Sigety - Collection Protection
Victor Wiener - Appraising Art in the Realm of Fraud: The Luke Brugnara Case
Darlene N. Wong - Micro Mosaics: Relics of the Victorian Grand Tour, Part I

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