The clip-art, found throughout this website are from an array of appraisals performed in between 2007 and 2010.
Although, some items were choosen due to their uniqueness and/or value, for the most it is a random represenation of some of the appraised
items. In order to view a brief description of the item just click on the item. Note: Vista uses may find that this feature is
blocked, simply unblock it if you care to view what is written about the item.
If for any reason you see one of your items
on our website and want it removed, please contact us and let us know. In no way will we ever devulge who owns the item/items.
the pictures of appraisals done prior to 2007 were only saved as Macintosh clip art within the appraisals themselves and
seemingly, do not want to work in all HTML environments. This means that many items that we have appraised since we started
including pictures in our appraisal (2001) are currently not be shown, although many would be of grand interest
ranging from most group of seven artists i.e. Tom Thompson paintings, to an array of beautiful Georgian furniture. If anyone
can let us know about importing Apple clip-art into I-photo and then transforming them into j-pegs, please let us know.
About the Clip-art
Appraisers of Fine Art, Antiques, Collectibles, and Household Goods, since 1965
Elizabeth Antique Appraisal Service @ Appraisal Ottawa .com