Appraisals of:
Native American Collections
North American Materials
American Indian Art

There is currently no licensing or state regulation for Personal Property Appraisers.  Selecting an appraiser who has successfully completed accredited coursework through the Appraisal Foundation and societies becomes most important.

Years of studies through ISA (International Society of Appraisers ), ASA ( American Society of Appraisers ), and related fieldwork contributes to the highest standard of professional practice.  Additional Ethics testing and USPAP (Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice ) are the benchmark of professionalism by which to gauge the performance of the Personal Property Appraiser.  Gwen Yeaman maintains professional neutrality and does not purchase or sell Native collections.

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