Where do I get Indian artifact appraisal?
How to get an appraisal on an artifact
- American Society of Appraisers: Website | Toll free: 800.272.8258.
- Appraisers Association of America: Website | Phone: 212.889.5404.
- International Society of Appraisers: Website | Toll free: 888.472.5461.
Where can I sell my Native American artifacts?
Arrowheads.com is the premier place to sell arrowheads and unwanted Indian artifact collections. With access to the best authenticators in the hobby, we are sure to offer you top dollar for your unwanted artifacts.
Are Native American artifacts worth money?
While many small stone tools sell for under $50 on auction sites, authenticated, valuable Indian artifacts can be worth much more. Here are some of the most valuable Native American artifacts that have sold on eBay: A carved stone effigy dating from 1000 BC to 400 BC sold for about $2,200 in 2020.
Is it legal to sell Native American artifacts?
Q: Is it legal to buy and sell Native American artifacts? A: Yes, as long as the items were found in accordance with state and federal laws, they are completely legal to buy, sell, and trade. By submitting artifacts to us, you certify that the artifacts were legally obtained in accordance to all federal and state laws.
How do you get Indian artifacts authenticated?
For authentication services, contact an artifact consultant or authenticator. Most will supply you with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) after an item is authenticated. We recommend using authenticators from the same region the artifact was found.
Is arrowheads worth any money?
Arrowheads are worth more if they are very ancient or made out of unusual materials. An arrowhead (or more likely a spearhead) that is 10,000 years old might be worth a fortune. Arrowheads made of gems such as japer are worth more than typical grey stone arrowheads.
What happens if you find Indian artifacts on your property?
If it’s on your property, it’s yours to keep. Unless you sign a contract with a government agency, archaeologists, or educational institution which allows the other party to excavate on your property and keep the artifacts that are found, the artifacts are your property.
Who can authenticate Native American artifacts?
What is Matt Wood’s antique American Indian art appraisal?
Matt Wood’s Antique American Indian Art, llc provides two different appraisal services to both the public and private collectors nationwide. AAIA, llc will offers ONE (1) FREE APPRAISAL online. All Additional Appraisals are $15. per item or per group of up to 3 items (priced as a group).
How do I Sell my Native American artifacts?
We have been actively purchasing all varieties of Native American Artifacts from every part of the United States for over 20 years. E-mail us at [email protected] or give us a call at (502) 744-3090 today to discuss selling your artifacts.
How much does it cost to appraise Native American Art?
We formally appraise single items and entire collections of American Indian art. The Fee is $50. per item or per group of items appraised as a group, limited to 3 items per group. – Native American Fine Art: Paintings, drawings, photography, bronzes, sculptures, lithographs.
Are there any free appraisals for stone artifacts?
Our appraisals provide owners with an estimation of authenticity, tribal affiliation, age and current market value. NO FREE STONE Artifact APPRAISALS. Due to exceptional number of daily requests, I will not look at a stone artifact under the Free Appraisal Button – I will simply delete it.