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About ‘What’s it worth?’
Its impossible to give an accurate apprasial of an item of silverware without seeing it in the flesh. The idea of the ‘What’s it worth?’ section on silver-collector.com is to give you an informal indication of what your item is likely to be worth if it is as it seems in the photographs provided. This can help you decide whether a formal appraisal is needed.
For any legal purposes, including for insurance, you need a formal appraisal performed by an accredited expert. In England, the two main bodies that regulate the antique’s trade are BADA (The British Antique Dealers’ Association) and LAPADA (The Association of Art & Antiques Dealers). Both have lists of accredited experts that can perform valuation services.