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Articles - October 2012 With over 60 galleries from the USA, Canada, Europe, Latin America and Asia participating, and over 10,000 visitors, it was a great opportunity to promote our chapter as the premier valuation services organization in San Diego.Read Complete Article - October 2011 Special Promotional Package - This offer is for ASA, AM and Candidate members of the San Diego Chapter.

Some of the funds plan to specialize in such things as photographs, autographs and wine.

Read Complete Article Kathi Jablonsky - September 2007 Common Search Engines including individual and meta search sites, Using Wikipedia, Checking the authority of sources, Decoding domain names and Internet addresses, Search tips including Boolean, quotations and truncation, Library resources in the San Diego metropolitan area Read Complete Article Garrett Goldfield - June 2007 The legal environment can be intimidating to appraisers who aren’t used to defending their reports or who share a general inhibition about being in the limelight.

The tips and stories shared by our panelists served to help de-mystify the subject and to build confidence among those just beginning or contemplating taking on litigation assignments.

The tips were useful even to non-litigation appraisers who seek to generally improve their professionalism. Read Complete Article Georgie Stillman, ASA - March 2007 It is the appraiser’s responsibility to determine the appropriate market place relevant to the items under appraisal, so says USPAP (Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice).

In most situations the scope of work– the purpose and intended use of the appraisal – will be an important element in deciding the appropriate market place for the items under consideration.

Read Complete Article Union Tribune Article - January 2007 During an estate-liquidation sale at a San Diego auction house in March, a painting by notable landscape artist Charles Reiffel raised suspicions.

The 72-year-old oil painting of a farmer on a plow, "Mountain Rancher, Southern California," matched the description of a painting missing from the San Diego Unified School District's art collection.

Just hours before the piece was to be auctioned, certified appraiser Pamela Bensoussan alerted the district to reclaim it.

All are worthy things if, as an individual, you love them and make discriminating choices that suit your needs.

Read Complete Article Georgie Stillman, ASA - September 2007 Yet another episode in the repatriation of looted antiquities is in the news.

This one involves millionaire Maurice Tempelsman, the long time companion of the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.

On September 1, 2007 the New York Times reported that in 1980 Tempelsman purchased two 6th Century BC acroliths (statues with marble or stone head, hands & feet, with a wooden torso) for a reported million USD.