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Old 06-27-2003, 05:34 PM
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Araich Araich is offline
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Are any of you .Inc?

I looked at it some years ago when I was restoring primitive/tribal artworks. Some where valued highly, and a fire or thieft would have ruined me...

What stopped me was that I was close to ruin anyway.

Currently I'm thinking over insurance again. What do people here count as the priority?
'some australian sculpture...'
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Old 06-28-2003, 02:03 AM
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obseq obseq is offline
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I had a chance to peruse this article a few weeks back. Certainly an interesting possibility.

I really had no idea that this was in common practice among professional artists.

Can anyone share their experience with this??

(Additionally, I would ike to see the magazine publish more informative articles such as this)
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