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#110122 - 09/07/01 08:59 PM New Value of Ornament
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I am new at this and I maybe posting in the wrong place. I was using the YuleLog program and notice that I could edit for various things. But what I really want to know is how to determine the value of signed oraments?

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#110123 - 09/08/01 10:49 AM Re: New Value of Ornament
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That's a very tough question! I've talked to lots of people about this and their are lots of opinions. Some people feel that it makes the item more valuable, where some feel just the opposite.

The most common thing I hear, is that a signature is worth more to the person who actually was there when the artist signed the item. It is more of a sentimental thing. However, some people are willing to pay more for a signed item, even if someone else got the signature.

I know this is not much help, but its one of those areas where there really is no good rule of thumb to follow...
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