4 years ago #1
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Unfortunately I prefer not to give on line valuations, based solely on photo's.
This is because;
1. It is notoriously difficult, not having seen the object myself and being able to make the required checks.
2. Good and reliable Valuations depend on numerous factors such as; condition, provenance, make /maker, production numbers, sales venue, geographical location, and time of year.
3. Not wishing to give an on line valuation, is not a question of me ducking the issue, but out of all fairness to you yourself, and the items that you wish to sell.
4. When selling objects, it is a really good idea to put a fixed reserve on them, so that they do not get sold for nothing
Yours etc…DL

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4 years ago #2
glorod7
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how much is worth an armoire from inglesants furnishers of leicester since 1872

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