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The Princess Diana Collection at Kensington Palace
This prestigious appraisal included the world famous Princess Diana gowns which were the major display of Kensington Palace – where Diana’s apartments were once located. We are proud to have worked at the Palace and to have had this very personal association with the memory the most beloved Royal.
The James Douglas Morrison Estate
Included in the collection were the never before seen writings and poetry left behind by Jim Morrison of the Doors at his Paris apartment in 1971, when his tragic death robbed the world of a great poet and musician. The collection had been locked away in a bank vault for over forty years.
The Yellowstone National Park Collections
TGA conducted appraisals for the Dept. of the Interior of nearly the entire antique furnishings, art and artifacts collections of the Park, as well as the vast antique vehicle collection of stagecoaches and early motorized vehicles. Working in tandem with Park Curatorial staff, TGA evaluated the National treasures at such Park locations at Old Faithful, Mammoth, Lake, Gardiner, etc. In 2014, he will conduct further appraisals at Yellowstone.
The Ghost Towns of Virginia City and Nevada City, Montana
An appraisal of nearly 1 Million Artifacts!
Timothy Gordon received national acclaim for his appraisal of the contents of the two world famous restored ghost towns, Virginia City and Nevada City, Montana, and their combined collections. This has been recognized as perhaps the largest appraisal ever undertaken by a single appraiser. The collection encompasses approximately one million objects. In each of 150 buildings were objects ranging from early wagons and automobiles to entire 19th Century general store contents, antique saloons, Chinese artifacts, stagecoaches and wagons, early automobile collectibles, world-renowned collection of antique music machines, as well as tens of thousands of other varied antiquities.
The George & Ellie Pointdexter Collection of American Modern Art – Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT
George & Ellie Pointdexter were well known New York Modern art dealers in the 1950′s. Their vast and important collection included works by Giorgio Cavallon, Gene Davis,Willem de Kooning, Felix Rovolo, Robert DeNiro, Richard Diebenkorn, Milton Avery, Sonia Gechtoff, Robert Goodnough, Adolph Gottlieb, Philip Guston, Al Held, Franz Kline, Robert Natkin, Jules Olitski, Jackson Pollock, Milton Resnick, Jack Tworkov, James Weeks, and Emerson Woelffer.
The Foosaner Art Museum – Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL
TGA inventoried, catalogued and appraised the entire art collection of several thousand pieces of American art including paintings, prints and sculpture, as well as the collections of Pre-Columbian artifacts, Asian art, Egyptian and Roman artifacts.
The American University Special Collections, Washington D.C.
This appraisal included the Special Collections of this famed Institution including rare book collections dating to the 15th Century, the Japanese prints and volumes and rare documents including early Presidential letters by America’s Founding fathers George Washington and Thomas Jefferson.
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