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Helaine Fendelman Will be Presenting at this Year’s CSC Symposium
All About Appraisals and Appraisers – What You Need To Know All the questions you have thought to ask before beginning the appraisal process and hiring an appraiser and all the questions you never knew to ask will be addressed in this presentation. Helaine is an experienced appraiser working in the field on a daily […]Read More
Treasures: Painting May Be From Hunter, Unfinished
Dear Helaine and Joe: In 1972, I went on a trip to Natchitoches and Melrose Plantation in Louisiana. At the plantation, we bought two paintings from an elderly black woman. I asked her if she had any more, and she replied, “only one, that’s not dry.” I bought it, and later found out I had […]Read More
Treasures: Wonderful Chest Likely From 1880s Britain
Dear Helaine and Joe: I inherited this chest, which appears to be cedar lined. It is 26 inches high, 52 inches long and 28 inches deep. I am considering selling it and would like to know how much I should ask. But I might also keep it and would like to know the insurance value. […]Read More
Country Living MagazineHelaine Fendelman appraises treasures from reader submissions across the US in Country Living Magazine's longstanding What is it Worth? column.
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