Authentic dating arts

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The reason I'm asking is that I bought two limited edition prints from an online art gallery and I expected that the gallery would provide certificates of authenticity with the art.

In both cases, they shipped the art but no certificates.

Still another example, in November 1973, Charles Ratton sold a Baule mask at the Hotel Drouot for the sum of ,000 (250.000 F), a price never before attained by wooden artobject from the Ivory Coast.

A more recent record has just been in the price African art.

The gallery said they would mail the certificates to me, but I have yet to receive them.

So please help me understand certificates of authenticity.

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Today I have offers varying between ,000 (400.000 F) and 0,000 (500.000 F)for this same piece.On July 8, 1974, Sotheby’s of London priced a bronze from Benin at £ 185,000 (about 0,000 or 2.500.000 F).Thispiece had been sold by the same house in 1931 at

Today I have offers varying between $80,000 (400.000 F) and $100,000 (500.000 F)for this same piece.

On July 8, 1974, Sotheby’s of London priced a bronze from Benin at £ 185,000 (about $500,000 or 2.500.000 F).

Thispiece had been sold by the same house in 1931 at $1,220, in other words, at about1/1.000 of the current price.

A: To begin with, you need to know what a Certificate of Authenticity or COA is because all kinds of COAs are floating around out there, both real and fake and accompanying all kinds of art, are offered by galleries, private sellers, artists, websites and at auctions, especially online auctions like e Bay.

And you need to see it BEFORE you buy the art, not after-- no matter what a seller promises.

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Today I have offers varying between $80,000 (400.000 F) and $100,000 (500.000 F)for this same piece.On July 8, 1974, Sotheby’s of London priced a bronze from Benin at £ 185,000 (about $500,000 or 2.500.000 F).Thispiece had been sold by the same house in 1931 at $1,220, in other words, at about1/1.000 of the current price.A: To begin with, you need to know what a Certificate of Authenticity or COA is because all kinds of COAs are floating around out there, both real and fake and accompanying all kinds of art, are offered by galleries, private sellers, artists, websites and at auctions, especially online auctions like e Bay.And you need to see it BEFORE you buy the art, not after-- no matter what a seller promises.

,220, in other words, at about1/1.000 of the current price.A: To begin with, you need to know what a Certificate of Authenticity or COA is because all kinds of COAs are floating around out there, both real and fake and accompanying all kinds of art, are offered by galleries, private sellers, artists, websites and at auctions, especially online auctions like e Bay.And you need to see it BEFORE you buy the art, not after-- no matter what a seller promises.

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