CANCELLED : Appraising Historical Objects - Live Webinar
 
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January 12 - January 14, 2021
CANCELLED

 

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this webinar has been cancelled.

Join Elvin Montgomery, Ph. D., AAA for a three-session webinar
focusing on 
analyzing, researching and valuing historical
objects. 
Historical objects include a wide range of materials
that tell a story about past events. They can be any format;
three-dimensional artifacts, documents, photographs, postcards,
books, artworks, etc. They include political and sports collectibles,
autographs of famous people, iconic objects that show or changed
the course of history, documents that reveal the thinking, doings and
motivations of previous generations, etc. They can be from long ago
or recent (e.g. last years super bowl trophies).  The term “historical
objects” overlaps with and includes the term “archives”, which are a
long established type of historical collectible.

The following will be addressed:
1. Key types of historical objects collected and appraised
2. Valuation Problems
3. Valuation Methodology
4. Data Sources

Attendees will be encouraged to participate and join in discussion,
and a microphone is required.

9 CE Credits
 

Fees (On-Demand):
$150 Members
$175  General Admission

Register online (at the top of this page)
or by calling 212.889.5404 x 11. 

Email confirmations will be sent upon receipt of payment;
registration accepted only with payment. 

No refunds. 
 


 

Elvin Montgomery Ph. D., AAA is a college professor, consultant and appraiser specializing in historical and cultural materials and collectibles. In addition to being a psychologist, he is an unabashed history buff. He has considerable experience with professional organizations and cultural institutions (e.g. museums, libraries, historical societies, etc.) and works with private clients who want individualized educational or appraisal services.He is a 1968 graduate of Harvard College and holds a Ph.D., M.Phil. and an M.S. (all in Psychology) from Columbia University. He has worked as a manager or consultant in both the private and non-profit sectors since 1970. He focuses on the valuation of American social and cultural history collections and has also appraised several major African American collections. He finds his work with historical and cultural collections and objects especially rewarding (e.g archives, books, documents, historical photographs, artifacts, etc. Dr. Montgomery is very active in the antiques and collectibles world, especially with regard to historical and cultural materials. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Appraisers Association of America, is a Certified member of the Appraisers Association of America, and is a member of the Ephemera Society.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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