VETERINARY BOOK APPRAISALS. BASIC INFORMATION.
My intention here is to provide in as few words as possible what a book
appraisal entails and what I need from you, the client if you are interested in having your collection of veterinary (or other) books appraised.
Simply defined, an appraisal is an opinion of value of a specific piece of real property, as of a specific point in time.
I am a book appraiser. I have 30 years of experience in the book business. My opinion of value is based upon my experience and research.
A client sends me a list of books and images. I examine this material, perform the necessary research to establish a supportable opinion of value, write up and sign the appraisal. Once the appraisal is paid for I complete the work and mail the signed appraisal (and appropriate tax forms if applicable) to the client.
I need the following from the client:
List of books: Author, title, place & date of publication.
Digital or conventional images of the books.
Payment for the appraisal.
Not sure if you need an appraisal of your books.
Send me a list of the books by email or postal mail.
I will look over the list and provide you with a rough
estimate of value along with what my fee will be to
perform the appraisal for you.
Reasons why you might want or need a professional book appraisal:
>Donation and tax credit.
> Insurance claim.
> Sale or purchase.
Need more information? Call 520-393-0465
Visit our appraisal site: www.booksappraised.com
send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org