Financial appraisal

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See also, archival appraisal

Purpose

Financial appraisals are conducted to estimate the dollar value of a collection upon its donation to a repository. The valuation of the donated items should be listed in the Deed of Gift, or as an attachment to the Deed of Gift.

Responsibility

Financial appraisal should never be conducted by an archivist or archives, but by a qualified, third party appraiser. The cost of a financial appraisal usually falls with the donor.

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