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Original Christian Science Newspapers of 1911

A group of newspapers from 1911 in original folded condition for mailing and unread. The assorted dates range from Aug. 7, 1911 to Oct. 30, 1911. Each paper serves as a window into the world at that date and makes for very interesting reading as to what was going on in the world at that time. Content includes articles on airplane races, plane development including some articles with the Wright Brothers, the establishment of airmail delivery, building of the Panama Canal, politicians and political issues including those relating to the Presidential campaign and polls, monopoly trust suit articles regarding large companies like United States Steel, etc. The advertisements are quite interesting as well. Priced at $15 each. Please inquire if you have questions.
Our Price: $ 15.00 On Hold & Show

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Pewter Identification, Appraisal Services

Are you seeking information regarding antique pewter. As professional appraisal experts we offer appraisal and research services to provide you with answers to your questions regarding the identification, history and value of antiques and fine art. Information about antiques and fine art benefits you by increasing your understanding and appreciation for your antique items. Value assessment enables you to determine whether you have adequate insurance coverage for your antiques and fine art.

How can our professional appraisal and research expertise help you?

If you have pewter which you would like to know more about we can identify touchmarks on pewter items and provide you with biographical information about the makers as well as value assessment.

What is our professional background?

Our antiques and fine art appraisal business has served satisfied clients over many years as a member of the New England Appraisers Association. Our reputation is one of impeccable integrity as witnessed by outstanding membership in the Better Business Bureau. Our appraisal and research capabilities include a wide spectrum of antiques and fine art with significant experience in the evaluation of American and European furniture, American and European paintings and sculpture, American and European silver,pewter, porcelain, ceramics, glass, books, autographs, etc. Access to an extensive art and antique history reference art library located at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. which contains a vast quantity of art and antique related research materials enables us to locate virtually any available information regarding just about anything in the way of antiques and fine art.

What is the cost for utilizing our appraisal and research services?

We offer our professional appraisal and research expertise for a reasonable fee. Please inquire and we will indicate what the fee would be to provide you with information and values about your antique item(s). The fee for appraisal/research services generally begins at about $20 for basic valuation/identification of an item or two and increases from there depending on the number of items to be appraised and value analysis and identification research time involved.

How to proceed when ready to submit an appraisal or research request?

To utilize our professional appraisal services payment for those services must accompany your submission. Payment can be made by personal check or money order and sent along with your request or by payment through Paypal which is a secure online payment service. Our email payment address is windham@bmark.com for payment through Paypal. If payment is made by check or money order please make payment payable to Windham Antiques Appraisal Services. Our mailing address if your sending your submission and payment by mail is:
Windham Antiques Appraisal Services
P.O. Box 1212
Norwich, Vt. 05055

We will promptly proceed with your appraisal/research inquiry once payment and request for service is received. When submitting your request(s) please include photos or digital images (for evaluation purposes) and indicate relevant markings, photographed, photocopied or hand-copied. Answers to your requests are processed promptly and should arrive to you within several days of having received your submission.

We look forward to providing you with information about your antiques and fine art.
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906

Silver Identification, Appraisal Services

Are you seeking information regarding silver items you own? As professional appraisal experts we offer appraisal and research services to provide you with answers to your questions regarding the identification, history and value of antiques and fine art. Information about antiques and fine art benefits you by increasing your understanding and appreciation for your antique items. Value assessment enables you to determine whether you have adequate insurance coverage for your antiques and fine art.

How can our professional appraisal and research expertise help you?

If you have silver items which you would like to know more about we can identify marks and hallmarks on those items and provide you with biographical information about manufacturers and silversmiths of those items as well as value assessment.

What is our professional background?

Our antiques and fine art appraisal business has served satisfied clients over many years as a member of the New England Appraisers Association. Our reputation is one of impeccable integrity as witnessed by outstanding membership in the Better Business Bureau. Our appraisal and research capabilities include a wide spectrum of antiques and fine art with significant experience in the evaluation of American and European furniture, American and European paintings and sculpture, American and European silver, porcelain, ceramics, glass, books, autographs, etc. Access to an extensive art and antique history reference library located at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. which contains a vast quantity of art and antique related research material enables us to locate virtually any available information regarding just about anything in the way of antiques and fine art.

What is the cost for utilizing our appraisal and research services?

We offer our professional appraisal and research expertise for a reasonable fee. Please inquire and we will indicate what the fee would be to provide you with information and values about your antique item(s). The fee for appraisal/research services generally begins at about $20 for basic valuation/identification of an item or two and increases from there depending on the number of items to be appraised and value analysis and identification research time involved.

How to proceed when ready to submit and appraisal or research request?

To utilize our professional appraisal services payment for those services must accompany your submission. Payment can be made by personal check or money order and sent along with your request or by payment through Paypal which is a secure online payment service. Our email payment address is windham@bmark.com for payment through Paypal. If payment is made by check or money order please make payment payable to Windham Antiques Appraisal Services. Our mailing address if your sending your submission and payment by mail is:
Windham Antiques Appraisal Services
P.O. Box 1212
Norwich, Vt. 05055

We will promptly proceed with your appraisal/research inquiry once payment and request for service is received. When submitting your request(s) please include photos or digital images (for evaluation purposes) and indicate relevant markings, photographed, photocopied or hand-copied if possible. Answers to your requests are processed promptly and should arrive to you within several days of our having received your submission.

We look forward to providing you with information about your antiques and fine art.

Please inquire

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911

China Identification, Appraisal Services

Are you seeking information regarding china and porcelain you own? As professional appraisal experts we offer appraisal and research services to provide you with answers to your questions regarding the identification, history and value of antiques and fine art. Information about antiques and fine art benefits you by increasing your understanding and appreciation for your antique items. Value assessment enables you to determine whether you have adequate insurance coverage for your antiques and fine art.

How can our professional appraisal and research expertise help you?

If you have china, porcelain, ceramics, etc. which you would like to know more about we can identify marks on those items and provide you with biographical information about the makers or manufacturers of those items as well as value assessment.

What is our professional background?

Our antiques and fine art appraisal business has served satisfied clients over many years as a member of the New England Appraisers Association. Our reputation is one of impeccable integrity as witnessed by outstanding membership in the Better Business Bureau. Our appraisal and research capabilities include a wide spectrum of antiques and fine art with significant experience in the evaluation of American and European paintings and sculpture, American and European silver, porcelain, ceramics, glass, books, autographs, etc. Access to an extensive art and antique history reference library located at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. which contains a vast quantity of art and antique related research materials enables us to locate virtually any available information regarding just about anything in the way of antiques and fine art.

What is the cost for utilizing our appraisal and research services?

We offer our professional appraisal and research expertise for a reasonable fee. Please inquire and we will indicate what the fee would be to provide you with information and values about your antique item(s). The fee for appraisal/research services generally begins at about $20 for basic valuation/identification of an item or two and increases from there depending on the number of items to be appraised and value analysis and identification research time involved.

How to proceed when ready to submit and appraisal or research request?

To utilize our professional appraisal services payment for those services must accompany your submission. Payment can be made by personal check or money order and sent along with your request or by payment through Paypal which is a secure online payment service. Our email payment address is windham@bmark.com for payment through Paypal. If payment is made by check or money order please make payment payable to Windham Antiques Appraisal Services. Our mailing address if your sending your submission and payment by mail is:
Windham Antiques Appraisal Services
P.O. Box 1212
Norwich, Vt. 05055

We will promptly proceed with your appraisal/research inquiry once payment and request for service is received. When submitting your request(s) please include photos or digital images (for evaluation purposes) and indicate relevant markings, photographed, photocopied or hand-copied. Answers to your requests are processed promptly and should arrive to you within several days of our having received your submission.

We look forward to providing you with information about your antiques and fine art.
Please inquire

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Clock and pocket watch identification service

We provide clock and pocket watch identification services. If you have any clock, pocket watch or other timepiece that has eluded identification or you have not had the reference resources or opportunity to identify and find historical background information about your timepiece we would be glad to provide this for you. The fee for this information is $25 per item. So if you have been wondering about the origin and maker of a clock, pocket watch or other timepiece you might have send via regular mail a photo of the timepiece(s) along with notations of any markings and include a check in the amount of $25 per item made out to Windham Antiques Appraisal Services and you will receive pertinent information about your timepiece usually within seven days after we have received your request. Our mailing address is P.O. Box 1212 Norwich, Vt. 05055. We look forward to providing you with prompt, professional service.
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RARE HOOVER INDIVIDUALISM MANUSCRIPT & BOOK

RARE ORIGINAL CARBON COPY OF A WORKING MANUSCRIPT FOR THE BOOK 'AMERICAN INDIVIDUALISM' BY HERBERT HOOVER TOGETHER WITH A 1922 FIRST EDITION COPY OF THE BOOK. Some text differences indicate the manuscript to have been written prior to the first publication of his book on American Individualism in 1922 as can be viewed by Hoover's commenting on the war in present tense in the manuscript ('Our conduct in this war stands out as no other period in history for the universality of our service to our neighbors'--page 6 in the manuscript) and in past tense in the book ('The war itself in its last stages was a conflict of social philosophies'--page 1 in the book). Certainly the book was influenced by the manuscript as can be viewed by the similarity of the text including verbatim text in both the speech and the book such as 'Our individualism is rooted in our very nature. It is based on conviction born of experience. Equal opportunity, the demand for a fair chance, became the formula of American individualism, because that was the method of American achievement.' which can be found on the first page of the manuscript and page 65 in the book, 'the character, the courage, and the divine touch' which can be found on the last page of the manuscript and from a keynote paragraph in the book--see quote on dustjacket, and 'that opportunity for which the spirit of America stands' which can be found on the last page of the manuscript and on the last page of the book. The manuscript is 6 and 1/4 pages in length on tissue paper in blue ink and includes typed corrections throughout. On the top right corner of the first page is 'Hoover' in blue pencil. The book with blue cloth binding and gilt lettering retains the original dust jacket and is in very good condition over-all with some occasional light spotty discoloration near the margin on several of the pages. The dust jacket is in good condition. Shown below are images of three pages of the manuscript along with an image showing the book. Please inquire if you have questions and/or would like a shipping quote.
Our Price: $ 500.00

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SCIENTIST, ZOOLOGIST AGASSIZ 1867 AUTOGRAPH

Hand-written note by zoologist and biologist Jean Louis Agassiz (1807-1873) written in 1867 on Museum of Comparative Zoology stationery. In excellent condition with typical but light fold creases.
Our Price: $ 110.00

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PAINTING DONE BY FRENCH ARTIST ERTE, 1938

Painting titled 'South Sea Islands' done using gouache paints and pencil by French artist Romaine De Tirtoff Conte Erte (1892-1990). The painting which depicts a costume or stage design was done in 1938. Approximate painted figure dimensions are 11"h x 8"w. Approximate visible paper dimensions are 14"h x 10"w to the mat. There are several pinholes in the paper although the painting itself is in excellent condition. Shipping costs are additional depending on where the painting will be sent.
Our Price: $ 5950.00

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BUCKMINSTER FULLER KINETIC SCULPTURE

Sculpture depicting a kinetic transformation of single cell jitterbugs. The design changes form by the repositioning of the support shaft. The sculpture by the title of 'THE COMPLEX OF JITTERBUGS' is made from polished aluminum, etched copper and stainless steel The sculpture was made in 1976 by American architect and designer Richard Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983) as indicated by his etched signature. The sculpture is one of an edition of 25 produced. The sculpture measures approximately 72" in height x 35" in diameter. The cost of shipping is additional depending on where it will be sent.
Our Price: $ 13500.00

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ORIGINAL PAINTING BY MICHEL DELACROIX

Painting depicting a view of buildings in the background of a sparse landscaped setting. The painting was done using acrylic paints on paper by French artist Michel Delacroix (1933- ) as indicated by his signature on the painting. Approximate painted image dimensions are 20"w x 13"h. the painting is matted and framed. Shipping costs are additional depending on where the painting will be sent.
Our Price: $ 7500.00

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ORIGINAL PAINTING, BOATS, BY MICHEL DELACROIX

Painting depicting boats on a waterway with buildings in the background. The painting was done using acrylic paints on paper by French artist Michel Delacroix (1933- ) as indicated by his signature on the painting. Approximate painted image dimensions are 19"w x 13.25"h. The painting is matted and framed in a gold-leaf painted frame. Shipping costs are additional depending on where the painting will be shipped.
Our Price: $ 9750.00

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CURTIS AMERICAN INDIAN PHOTOGRAVURE, TABLITA

Original American Indian photogravure print titled 'Tablita Dancers and Singers-San Ildefonso' done in 1905 from a photograph by American photographer Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952). The photogravure print is plate number 588 done by photogravure process by the Suffolk Engraving Company of Boston, Mass. It is a first printing done on tissue paper. Approximate image dimensions are 16"w x 12"h. The photogravure is framed in a contemporary frame.
Our Price: $ 1450.00

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E. CURTIS INDIAN PHOTOGRAVURE, AT THE POOL

Original American Indian photogravure print titled 'At The Pool, Animal Dance-Cheyenne' identified as plate number 663 done by photogravure process by the Suffolk Engraving Company of Boston, Mass from a photograph by American photographer Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952). It is a first printing done on Japanese vellum. Approximate image dimensions are 16"w x 12"h. The photogravure is framed in a contemporary frame.
Our Price: $ 950.00

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E. CURTIS AMERICAN INDIAN PHOTOGRAVURE, JEMEZ

Original American Indian photogravure print titled 'Jemez Architecture' identified as plate number 551 and done by photogravure process by the Suffolk Engraving Company of Boston, Mass. in 1925 from a photograph by American photographer Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952). It is a first printing. Approximate image dimensions are 16"w x 12"h.
Our Price: $ 950.00

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EDWARD CURTIS PHOTOGRAVURE, KING ISLAND

Original photogravure print titled 'King Island Village from the Sea' identified as plate number 700 done by photogravure process by the Suffolk Engraving Company of Boston, Mass. in 1928 from a photograph by American photographer Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952). Approximate image dimensions are 16"w x 12"h. There is some light wear to some of the photogravure.
Our Price: $ 650.00

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RARE EARLY TRAVEL BOOK TITLED KARAMANIA

Rare book titled 'Karamania or a brief description of the South Coast of Asia Minor And of the Remains of Antiquity with plans, views, etc. collected during a survey of that coast under orders of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty in the years 1811 & 1812'. The book was written by francis Beaufort. Inserted for the missing title page is a hand-written letter dated 1846 indicating the book to be 'old'.

The binding is not original. The illustration 'Selinity' which according to the list of plates should be across from page 187 is actually at the beginning of the book before the preface. There is some spotty discoloration on the 'Selinity' illustration but the rest of the book is quite clean with the paper toned in a creamy white color. There are a few random spots of discoloration. There is also a very small 1/4" in size boring beetle hole at the page edges on pages 25 through 82.
Our Price: $ 250.00

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Artist Identification, Art Appraisal Services

Are you seeking information regarding fine art you own? As professional appraisal experts we offer appraisal and research services to provide you with answers to your questions regarding the identification, history and value of antiques and fine art. Information about antiques and fine art benefits you by increasing your understanding and appreciation for your antique items. Value assessment enables you to determine whether you have adequate insurance coverage for your antiques and fine art.

How can our professional appraisal and research expertise help you?

If you have works of art such as paintings, sculpture, bronzes, etc. which you wish to know more about we are able to provide artist identification and biographical information as well as value assessment.

What is our professional background?

Our antiques and fine art appraisal business has served satisfied clients over many years as a member of the New England Appraisers Association. Our reputation is one of impeccable integrity as witnessed by outstanding membership in the Better Business Bureau. Our appraisal and research capabilities include a wide spectrum of antiques and fine art with significant experience in the evaluation of American and European paintings and sculpture, American and European furniture, American and European silver, porcelain, ceramics, glass, books, autographs, etc. Access to an extensive art and antique history reference library located at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. which contains a vast quantity of art and antique related research materials enables us to locate virtually any available information regarding just about anything in the way of antiques and fine art.

What is the cost for utilizing our appraisal and research services?

We offer our professional appraisal and research expertise for a reasonable fee. Please inquire and we will indicate what the fee would be to provide you with information and values about your antique item(s). The fee for appraisal/research services generally begins at about $20 for basic valuation/identification of an item or two and increases from there depending on the number of items to be appraised and value analysis and identification research time involved.

How to proceed once you are ready to submit an appraisal or research request?

To utilize our professional appraisal services payment for those services must accompany your submission. Payment can be made by personal check or money order and sent along with your request or through Paypal which is a secure online payment service. Our email payment address is windham@bmark.com for payment through Paypal. If payment is made by check or money order please make payment payable to Windham Antiques Appraisal Services. Our mailing address if sending your submission and payment by mail is:
Windham Antiques Appraisal Services
P.O. Box 1212
Norwich, Vt. 05055

We will promptly proceed with your appraisal/research inquiry once payment and request for service is received. When submitting your request(s) please include photos or digital images (for evaluation purposes)and indicate relevant markings, photographed, photocopied or hand-copied if possible. Answers to your requests are processed promptly and should arrive to you within several days of our having received your submission.

We look forward to providing you with information about your antiques and fine art.
Please inquire

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Artist Identification, Art Appraisal Services

Are you seeking information regarding fine art you own? As professional appraisal experts we offer appraisal and research services to provide you with answers to your questions regarding the identification, history and value of antiques and fine art. Information about antiques and fine art benefits you by increasing your understanding and appreciation for your antique items. Value assessment enables you to determine whether you have adequate insurance coverage for your antiques and fine art.

How can our professional appraisal and research expertise help you?

If you have works of art such as paintings, sculpture, bronzes, etc. which you wish to know more about we are able to provide artist identification and biographical information as well as fine art value assessment.

What is our professional background?

Our antiques and fine art appraisal business has served satisfied clients over many years as a member of the New England Appraisers Association. Our reputation is one of impeccable integrity as witnessed by outstanding membership in the Better Business Bureau. Our appraisal and research capabilities include a wide spectrum of antiques and fine art with significant experience in the evaluation of American and European furniture, American and European paintings and sculpture, American and European silver, porcelain, ceramics, glass, books, autographs, etc. Access to an extensive art and antique history reference library located at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. which contains a vast quantity of art and antique related research materials enables us to locate virtually any available information regarding just about anything in the way of antiques and fine art.

What is the cost for utilizing our appraisal and research services?

We offer our professional appraisal and research expertise for a reasonable fee. Please inquire and we will indicate what the fee would be to provide you with information and values about your antique item(s). The fee for appraisal/research services generally begins at about $20 for basic valuation/identification of an item or two and increases from there depending on the number of items to be appraised and value analysis and identification research time involved.

How to proceed once you are ready to submit an appraisal or research request?

To utilize our professional appraisal services payment for those services must accompany your submission. Payment can be made by personal check or money order and sent along with your request or through Paypal which is a secure online payment service. Our email payment address is windham@bmark.com for payment through Paypal. If payment is made by check or money order please make payment payable to Windham Antiques Appraisal Services.
Our mailing address if sending your submission and payment by mail is:
Windham Antiques Appraisal Services
P.O. Box 1212
Norwich, Vt. 05055.

We will promptly proceed with your appraisal/research inquiry once payment and request for service is received. When submitting your request(s) please include photos or digital images (for evaluation purposes) and indicate relevant markings, photographed, photocopied or hand-copied if possible. Answers to your requests are processed promptly and should arrive to you within several days of our having received your submission.

We look forward to providing you with information about your antiques and fine art.
Please inquire

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461

Chair Identification, Appraisal Services

Are you seeking information regarding antique chairs you own? As professional appraisal experts we offer appraisal and research services to provide you with answers to your questions regarding the identification, history and value of antiques and fine art. Information about antiques and fine art benefits you by increasing your understanding and appreciation for your antique items. Value assessment enables you to determine whether you have adequate insurance coverage for your antiques and fine art.

How can our professional appraisal and research expertise help you?

If you have antique furniture including chairs, chests, cupboards, desks, tables, clocks, etc. which you wish to know more about we can provide you with a historical perspective on the style of the item, criteria determining the age based on construction methods as well as provide you with value assessment.

What is our professional background?

Our antiques and fine art appraisal business has served satisfied clients over many years as a member of the New England Appraisers Association. Our reputation is one of impeccable integrity as witnessed by outstanding membership in the Better Business Bureau. Our appraisal and research capabilities include a wide spectrum of antiques and fine art with significant experience in the evaluation of American and European furniture, American and European paintings and sculpture, American and European silver, porcelain, ceramics, glass, books, autographs, etc. Access to an extensive art and antique history reference library located at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. which contains a vast quantity of art and antique related research materials enables us to locate virtually any available information regarding just about anything in the way of antiques and fine art.

What is the cost for utilizing our appraisal and research services?

We offer our professional appraisal and research expertise for a reasonable fee. Please inquire and we will indicate what the fee would be to provide you with information and values about your antique item(s). The fee for appraisal/research services generally begins at about $20 for basic valuation/identification of an item or two and increases from there depending on the number of items to be appraised and value analysis and identification research time involved.

How to proceed when ready to submit an appraisal or research request?

To utilize our professional appraisal services payment for those services must accompany your submission. Payment can be made by personal check or money order and sent along with your request or by payment through Paypal which is a secure online payment service. Our email payment address is windham@bmark.com for payment through Paypal. If payment is made by check or money order please make payment payable to Windham Antiques Appraisal Services. Our mailing address if your sending your submission and payment by mail is:
Windham Antiques Appraisal Services
P.O. Box 1212
Norwich, Vt. 05055

We will promptly proceed with your appraisal/research inquiry once payment and request for service is received. When submitting your request(s) please include photos or digital images (for evaluation purposes) and indicate relevant markings, photographed or hand-copied if possible. Answers to your requests are processed promptly and should arrive to you within several days of having received your submission.

We look forward to providing you with information about your antiques and fine art.
Please inquire

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462

Table Identification, Appraisal Services

Are you seeking information regarding antique furniture such as tables or stands you own? As professional appraisal experts we offer appraisal and research services to provide you with answers to your questions regarding the identification, history and value of antiques and fine art. Information about antiques and fine art benefits you by increasing your understanding and appreciation for your antique items. Value assessment enables you to determine whether you have adequate insurance coverage for your antiques and fine art.

How can our professional appraisal and research expertise help you?

If you have antique furniture including tables, stands, chairs, chests, desks, clocks, etc. which you wish to know more about we can provide you with a historical perspective on the style of the item, criteria determining the age based on construction methods as well as provide you with value assessment.

What is our professional background?

Our antiques and fine art appraisal business has served satisfied clients over many years as a member of the New England Appraisers Association. Our reputation is one of impeccable integrity as witnessed by outstanding membership in the Better Business Bureau. Our appraisal and research capabilities include a wide spectrum of antiques and fine art with significant experience in the evaluation of American and European furniture, American and European paintings and sculpture, American and European silver, porcelain, ceramics, glass, books, autographs, etc. Access to an extensive art and antique history reference library located at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. which contains a vast quantity of art and antique related research materials enables us to locate virtually any available information regarding just about anything in the way of antiques and fine art.

What is the cost for utilizing our appraisal and research services?

We offer our professional appraisal and research expertise for a reasonable fee. Please inquire and we will indicate what the fee would be to provide you with information and values about your antique item(s). The fee for appraisal/research services generally begins at about $20 for basic valuation/identification of an item or two and increases from there depending on the number of items to be appraised and value analysis and identification research time involved.

How to proceed when ready to submit an appraisal or research request?

To utilize our professional appraisal services payment for those services must accompany your submission. Payment can be made by personal check or money order and sent along with your request or by payment through Paypal which is a secure online payment service. Our email payment address is windham@bmark.com for payment through Paypal. If payment is made by check or money order please make payment payable to Windham Antiques Appraisal Services. Our mailing address if your sending your submission and payment by mail is:
Windham Antiques Appraisal Services
P.O. Box 1212
Norwich, Vt. 05055

We will promptly proceed with your appraisal/research inquiry once payment and request for service is received. When submitting your request(s) please include photos or digital images (for evaluation purposes) and indicate relevant markings, photographed, photocopied or hand-copied if possible. Answers to your requests are processed promptly and should arrive to you within several days of our having received your submission.

We look forward to providing you with information about your antiques and fine art.
Please inquire

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