NIA Special Services
Appraisals For Insurance Claim On Damaged Works Of Art
It is recommended that appraisals of damaged works of art contain 3 separate values. The first will evaluate the art in an undamaged condition, the second will evaluate the art in an "as is" condition and the third value will show the items approximate worth after restoration. This type of document will provide the client and the insurance company additional information with which to reach an agreement on any claims.
One of the major advantages of NIA appraisal process is that once the collection has been evaluated, a full insurance appraisal will never be necessary in the future.
NIA will reevaluate and update the appraisal as often as requested. Clients only pay a small update fee, regardless of how often they may need this service.
Title Search Service
If you have an incorrect title or no title at all on an original print, NIA will at your request, research and attempt to determine the correct title for an additional fee. There will be no charge if the title cannot be determined.
Expert Witness TestimonyNIA staff members have extensive experience in providing expert witness testimony in the valuation of Fine Art. Fees for research, consulting, arbitration and litigation are based on hourly rates with a retainer before services commence.
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Every client has different motivations for selling and as such we don't offer pricing on the pieces clients sell
If you are looking for the value of your limited edition artwork -- we have a $50 charge for certificates of value if you provide the title, the number of your piece, and an image of your artwork. Original one-of-a-kind pieces require a formal appraisal. Please see our Appraisal Services page.
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