Can I send a picture to Antique Roadshow?
You can bring your items to the gallery if you are local or send in images and descriptions by email or snail mail. The gallery will do three appraisals for free, but after that they charge five dollars per appraisal.
How do I get an Antiques Roadshow appraisal?
For information about possible upcoming tours, you can contact ANTIQUES ROADSHOW directly by calling their toll free hotline at 1-888-762-3749 or by emailing them at Antiques Roadshow Contact Form.
Does Antique Roadshow still exist?
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is going back on the road in 2021 to film all-new episodes in its continuing quest to discover America’s next hidden treasure! With a focus on health and safety, a modified production process this year features invitation-only filming on closed sets.
How much does it cost to appraise a picture?
The cost of an appraisal ranges from as low as $25 an hour to over $300 an hour. So selecting the right appraiser is not only a matter of the accuracy of the appraisal, but also the cost of the appraisal. It makes no sense to spend $600 appraising a $500 painting.
Does Antique Roadshow do online appraisals?
We do not provide information on, or appraisals of, objects by e-mail, mail or phone. We also cannot recommend appraisers to contact regarding your object(s).
Where can I get an appraisal for free?
The brick and mortar shop has been located in Laguna Beach, California since 1968. You can bring your items to the gallery if you are local or send in images and descriptions by email or snail mail. The gallery will do three appraisals for free, but after that they charge five dollars per appraisal.
Where to get free appraisals on Antiques Roadshow?
Gannon’s Antiques & Art offers free valuations on furniture, jewelry, gold and silver, estates, and Asian antiques. To contact them, send an email with photos or fill out their online form. Gannon’s is a sponsor for Antiques Roadshow. Furniture estimates may require seeing the piece in person, however.
Can you get an accurate appraisal from the Internet?
Accuracy – Most experts agree that getting an Internet valuation is not usually very accurate. There is a lot of detail that the appraiser won’t be able to see without examining the item personally, and you won’t really know that the appraiser is truly an expert in his field.
Do you need an appraisal for an antique?
An online appraisal can help determine whether your antique is worth holding onto, selling, or tossing. It’s a great way to to determine how much your collectibles are worth with little time or effort on your part. It’s a good idea to submit your item to two or three appraisers to see what, if any, differences in price range occur.
How to send photos to an antiques appraiser?
Upload photos with your request using the options below. We only need the front, back, and marking/signature (if any) to begin. Upload photos to your album or board and provide the link in the Link to photo album field above. Don’t have photos now? Go to the ‘Send’ button below.
How big of a photo do I need to send to an appraiser?
Go to the ‘Send’ button below. After you select ‘Send’ you will be given instructions on how to email photos at a later time when you have them available. Photos taken with your cell phone and tablet are acceptable. Total file size of all photos should not exceed 20MB or you may experience upload issues. Please allow time for uploading.
How to fill out and sign an appraisal form?
Use a check mark to indicate the choice wherever needed. Double check all the fillable fields to ensure complete precision. Utilize the Sign Tool to create and add your electronic signature to certify the Filling appraisal form. Press Done after you complete the form. Now you can print, download, or share the form.
How much does it cost to get an appraisal from Dr Lori?
After completing the form below for an online appraisal or research information, we will provide you with instructions for submitting images. Note: There is a $59 fee for each Online Appraisal report as you will receive Dr. Lori’s expert review and evaluation in writing.