APPRAISALS OR COLLECTORS WANTING TO SELL THEIR ART

 

APPRAISALS:

LASSEN INTERNATIONAL, INC. can advise you of the current retail cost for pieces identical to your LASSEN artwork provided the piece is still available for sale in our current LASSEN Authorized Price Books. Please e-mail with the following information: the title of your art; the edition letters and numbers found at the bottom of your art; the IMAGE measurements of the art (not including the frame dimensions) and, if known, the medium in which your art was printed. You will find most of this information on the print itself and all this information on your original LASSEN invoice. We are sorry, but we are unable to help you without your emailing us this info.

If it is already sold out (usually within approximately 4 years of its release) and is therefore no longer shown on our price books, we are unable to provide current retail cost information.

However, an appraiser can appropriately value your artwork for any insurance or resale purposes, typically for a fee.

We recommend that you use a member of the Appraisers Association of America.
(You may visit and search the website here.)

To find an Appraisers Association of America appraiser in your area, you may call: 1.212.889.5404

COLLECTORS WANTING CERTIFICATES OF AUTHENTICITY AND DISCLOSURES:

Please e-mail with the following information: Email your Lassen invoice or proof that you are the original owner, the title of your art; the edition letters and numbers found at the bottom of your art; the IMAGE measurements of the art (not including the frame dimensions) and, if known, the medium in which your art was printed. You will find most of this information on the print itself and all this information on your original LASSEN invoice. We are sorry, but we are unable to help you without your emailing us this info.

COLLECTORS WANTING TO SELL THEIR ART:

Because we don’t sell Lassen art in any other way than the new art currently selling in our gallery, the secondary market is not a part of our normal retail experience. But we would like to help you the best we can, so here are some ideas that you could consider:

  1. 1. EBay
  2. 2. Consignment at a gallery who carries a variety of artists.
  3. 3. The classified section in several prestigious art magazines.
  4. 4. Call several appraisers and ask them if they have any ideas on how to sell your art.
  5. 5. Auction houses such as Sotheby’s or Christies.
  6. 6. Craig’s List

As we mentioned above, we are unable to provide current retail cost information for your art if it is already sold out (usually within approximately 4 years of its release) and is therefore no longer shown on our price books. However, an appraiser can appropriately value your artwork for any insurance or resale purposes, typically for a fee. We recommend that you use a member of the Appraisers Association of America. (You may visit and search the website here.)

We wish you the very best in your endeavor.