When you loan your collection: Tips to reduce risk

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Your collection is your passion. You’ve put your TLC into a unique grouping of objects that tells the story of your specific taste, love of the arts and desire to preserve these items for future generations. When you’re asked to loan a piece or your collection to a museum exhibit, you have the satisfaction of sharing your vision with the world.


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Before disaster strikes, have a plan for your art collection

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As you make emergency plans for your home or business, be sure to include a disaster plan for your fine art and valuable collectibles. While there may be little you can do to prevent some losses, knowing the steps to take immediately after a loss can prevent further damage and buy time for professional conservators to restore your items’ beauty and value.


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Tips for packing and shipping art and collections

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You may have just acquired a new item for your collection. Perhaps you have consigned part of your collection to a gallery to sell on your behalf or agreed to loan an object to a museum for exhibition. Maybe you purchased a new home and will be moving your entire collection across country. Whatever the scenario may be, this is one of the most vulnerable times for your artwork.


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