New Guinea Artefact Value


Want to find a New Guinea Artefact Value

Finding a New Guinea Artefact value can be very difficult. It is a specialized field. Very few auctioneers have the in-depth knowledge of this art form. A New Guinea Artefact value ranges from virtually worthless to hundreds of thousands of dollars. Getting it right is important. The vast majority of New Guinea Artifacts are not very valuable. Any pieces that were made for sale tend to have very limited value. People who collect New Guinea Artefact are often after a particular object or objects of a particular type.
If you send me some images of your New Guinea Artefact and details I can help. Please include labels on the back, numbers and collection history. I don’t charge for helping determine values. 
I have a database of New Guinea Artefact that has sold for over a five hundred dollars. After I examine the images, I can compare your New Guinea Artefact to pieces sold. Then keeping in mind the current trends of the market I can give you a good estimate of what your New Guinea Artefact is worth.
When buying a New Guinea Artefact I go through the same process. I pay between twenty to fifty percent less than I can sell it for. On a low-value Artefact that is going to be hard to sell, I need a larger profit margin to make it worthwhile. A great piece, with high value, I can deal with a small profit margin. With the rare pieces I want for my personal collection, I am happy to pay the market price.


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I also specialize in Aboriginal Artifact Values

Other things that affect New Guinea Artefact value

Where and how you sell a New Guinea Artefact affects its value. The majority of collectors do not have the time to find New Guinea Artefact in auctions. They are also reluctant to bid knowing they will have to organize third-party shipping, fumigation and quarantine inspections. Many pieces sold at auction reappear and sell again through dealers for far more only months later.
The New Guinea Artefact market has very limited collectors. This means that prices vary depending on what is being collected and by whom at the time.
The four main factors that determine value are Age, Rarity, Condition and Aesthetic appeal.
If you need an official written New Guinea Artefact valuation for insurance, then you need to pay for a certified valuation. Contact me I can help.
I am always happy to see new Artefact. Every piece is unique. I can definitely give you a value on what your piece is worth.