Value Entry
Complete the following fields with the comprehensive responses that will appear in your report.
Item # *
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File ID *
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Type of Value *
Please enter the appraised value of the corresponding item.
Edits to the item description for this item
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Is the artist/maker correctly identified? If not, please type the correct artist/maker in the field below.
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Is the origin of this object included and correctly identified? If not, please type the correct origin in the field below.
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Is the medium correctly identified? If not, please type the correct description of the medium in the field below.
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Is the style/form of this object correctly identified? If not, please type the correct description of the style/form in the field below.
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Is the date of this object correctly identified? If not, please type the correct description of the date in the field below.
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Is the edition of this object correctly identified? If not, please type the correct description of the edition in the field below.
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Is the subject matter of this object correctly identified? If not, please type the correct description of the subject matter in the field below.
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Are there any scholarly references, exhibition catalogues, catalogue raisonnes, or other publications we should cite along with this item or in the bibliography of the appraisal report? Please include these references in the field below.
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Is there biographical information about the artist/maker that you would like to include in the report? Please enter it below.
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The Most Appropriate Marketplace
Where would one shop for such an item? *
Select the most appropriate venues for this particular object
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Select the term that best describes the Market Reach of the venue *
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The Average Price Point for such an item is considered
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Appraised Value Support
Please enter the URLs that document the sales activity for at least three comparable items and provide a comparable analysis for the subject-item.
URL to Comparable
Copy and paste the URL to the website that documents the sale of a comparable item
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URL to Comparable
Copy and paste the URL to the website that documents the sale of a comparable item
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URL to Comparable
Copy and paste the URL to the website that documents the sale of a comparable item
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URL to Comparable
Copy and paste the URL to the website that documents the sale of a comparable item
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URL to Comparable
Copy and paste the URL to the website that documents the sale of a comparable item
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URL to Comparable
Copy and paste the URL to the website that documents the sale of a comparable item
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URL to Comparable
Copy and paste the URL to the website that documents the sale of a comparable item
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Comparable Analysis
The appraisal of each work should provide the basis or reasoning as to how the appraiser arrived at the individual appraised value. Individual comparable sales should be included, with photographs. These sales should be analyzed in terms of quality, etc. and discussed as to how they relate to the subject property. The item discussed should include commentary regarding any special conditions or circumstances about the property, and a discussion of the quality or importance of the property in relation to other works of art by the same artist, and of the state of the art market at the time of valuation. Whenever possible, statements should be supported with factual evidence. It is understood that complete information will not be readily available in every case. However, the validity of the appraiser’s valuation is enhanced and the IRS’s appraisal review facilitated by complete and accurate information. The information provided should be accompanied by a professional quality photograph of the subject property. Note: such discussion and photos of comps are only required when items have substantial value; images are not required on items under $50,000 unless the item is unusual to the general market.
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Appraised Value *
Please enter the appraised value of the corresponding item.
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Additional notes, comments, observations, or flags
This is for Internal Use only - Clients will not see your responses typed in this field.
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For insurance appraisals, use this field to enter any notes about your pricing research, galleries you called, or other relevant details involving the way you researched and arrived at your RRV.
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Is there any additional information you wish to include with this item in the appraisal report document?
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Sign below to confirm completion and certify your valuation. To sign, enter your first and last name. *
By entering your name in this field, you are electronically signing to confirm that you have appraised this object using industry-standard methodologies and practices. You certify that you did not personally inspect the property that is the subject of this valuation, and you relied on photography, measurements, condition notes, and other information collected by Bryson-affiliated inventory specialists trained to examine and capture information that can document and influence the value of tangible physical property. You assume this information is true and correct for the purposes of your valuation. The identification and valuation of this item is true and correct based on the information I was provided. The reported analyses, opinions, and conclusions are limited only by the reported assumptions and limiting conditions and are my personal, impartial, and unbiased professional analyses, opinions, and conclusions. I have no present or prospective interest in the property that is the subject of this appraisal and no personal interest with respect to the parties involved. I have performed no services, as an appraiser or in any other capacity, regarding the property that is the subject of this report within the three-year period immediately preceeding acceptance of this assignment. I have no bias with respect to the property that is the subject of this report or to the parties involved with this assignment. My engagement in this assignment was not contingent upon developing or reporting predetermined results. My compensation for completing this assignment is not contingent upon the development or reporting of a predetermined value or direction in value that favors the cause of the client, the amount of the value opinion, the attainment of a stipulated result, or the occurrence of a subsequent event directly related to the unintended use of this appraisal.
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