It May Not Glitter, But it Could Still Be Gold!
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$30.00 General Admission
In the February 2021 Webinar, "Don't Forget the Closets," Julia Bloodgood discussed the tangible value of fashion. This follow up live webinar will discuss how to appraise celebrity related memorabilia, including costumes and awards; and the intangible added value of personal items such as artwork, jewelry, furniture and vehicles.
In "It May Not Glitter, But It Could Still Be Gold," Leila Dunbar, AAA, ISA AM discusses the methodology and comparable sales resources she has used to value the items of the rich and famous. This is a recording of a webinar previously held live on May 6, 2021.
1 CE Credit
$30 General Admission
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LEILA DUNBAR, AAA, ISA AM has more than three decades experience in appraising, buying, selling and auctioning pop culture memorabilia, with specialties in sports and entertainment memorabilia and wine. Since 2013 she has served on the Appraisal Foundation’s Board of Trustees, in 2020 as Chair. From 1999-2008 Lee was the Director of Sotheby’s Collectibles Department, New York, responsible for the sales of the Katharine Hepburn Estate ($6 million) the Johnny Cash and June Carter Estate ($4.1 million) and the Cher Collection ($3.5 million), the Princess Grace's "High Society" ballroom gown and the suit she wore to meet President John F. Kennedy; and Louis Armstrong's first trumpet. In 2008 Lee founded her own appraisal firm and has since valued more than $1,000,000,000 in memorabilia, with more than $350,000,000 in entertainment related memorabilia. Past projects include work with the Rock And Roll and Country Music Halls Of Fame, Grammy Museum, Motown Museum Collection, Grand Ole Opry, and the estates/collections of Glenn Close, Gregg Allman, Muhammad Ali, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Arnold Palmer, Paul Schaffer, Count Basie, Tammy Wynette, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and many that she would like to but cannot mention. Since 1996 Lee has been an appraiser on the PBS series Antiques Roadshow and has been quoted in magazines such as the New York Times, Forbes, People, Bloomberg, TIME, and the Wall Street Journal as well as appearing on the TODAY show, Good Morning America and CBS This Morning.