NATIVE APPRAISALS, LLC
Appraisals of:
Native American Collections
North American Materials
American Indian Art


There are many reasons you need an Accredited Senior Appraiser from the American Society of Appraisers (ASA) as well as a USPAP qualified professional (Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice). Finding the right appraiser is just as important as finding the proper specialist for medical, or any other critical need.

Changing legislation and strict IRS procedures require donors to obtain a "qualified" professional appraiser for donations of certain value amounts, as well as other matters involving state and federal taxes. Whether you need to estimate the value of your collection for insurance scheduling or for filing a damage claim, estate tax, gift taxes or equitable distribution, we are eminently qualified to assist you with your needs.

If you would like an estimate of appraisal costs for your unique collection please email us and include as many details such as:

What you will use the appraisal for? (insurance scheduling, resale, estimating inheritance tax etc.).
How old is the collection and do you have an inventory? Jpegs and photos of items are extremely helpful and will expedite the process.
How did you acquire the collection and does the collection have provenance?
Where is the collection located?

Thank you for visiting our site. We look forward to assisting you with your specialized, appraisal needs.

Gwen Yeaman, ASA, President and Owner of Native Appraisals, LLC.


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