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I am interested in valuations for:

Less than five itemsA larger collectionAn estate/contents of a home


Your Name*


Phone Number*




Is your inquiry time sensitive?*

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When is the deadline?*



Where is the property located (City, State)?*



Short description of any property you would like us to review (jewelry, paintings, prints, furniture, silver, etc.)*



Detailed description of items including artist/maker (if known), dimensions, material/medium, condition, quantity, etc*



Additional information including provenance, age, country of origin, etc.*



Attach images* (limit of 5mb per image)



How did you hear about us?*

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If you would like to submit more than ten images, use one of these two options:

1. You can email us directly at: info@johnmoran.com. When emailing us, be sure to include your name, phone number, whether or not your inquiry is time sensitive and where the property is located. Please also include a description of your items, including artist/maker, dimensions, material/medium, condition, quantity, and history (if known).

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2. Following the guidelines above, you can submit multiple images and/or documents (original invoices, copies of appraisals, etc.) via a file-sharing site like Dropbox.

If you would like us to consider an entire household, you may want to focus on sending us images of a few representative or standout items from the collection. Group shots of like items or even room shots can also be very helpful, and can assist us in determining which specialists would be best-suited to review your inquiry. The more images you are able to submit, the better. Once we have reviewed the images, we can set up a time to perform an estate walk-through to view the property in person.

There are two good options for submitting images:

1. You can email us directly at: info@johnmoran.com. When emailing us, be sure to include your name, phone number, whether or not your inquiry is time sensitive and where the property is located. Please also include a description of your items, including artist/maker, dimensions, material/medium, condition, quantity, and history (if known). Inventories, spreadsheets, or copies of appraisals are also welcome, and often outline much of the information we need to provide you with auction estimates.

OR


2. Following the guidelines above, you can submit multiple images and/or documents (original invoices, copies of appraisals, etc.) via a file-sharing site like Dropbox.

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