Fine Art/fire damage

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I have two paintings from a Durham castle but there fire damaged what can i do as there from the 1600 so i am led to belive from family  

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Dear Denis,

They sound like they are important paintings. I would contact the E.C.C.O.

E.C.C.O. is the European Confederation of Conservator-Restorers' Organisations.

E.C.C.O. seeks to develop and promote, on a practical, scientific and cultural level, the profession of Conservator-Restorer of Cultural Property.

E.C.C.O. represents, through their professional associations, more than 5.000 members throughout Europe from 16 countries within the European Union #EU# and the European Free Trade Association #EFTA#.

Website: http://www.ecco-eu.org/members/members.html

I hope this information is helpful.

Kind regards,
Dolly

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Dolly D Headley

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I can assist with identification, acquisition, representation, and care of fine art prints and original paintings. I can provide information that will assist you in determining the value of your art; but I do not give valuations on allexperts.

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Dolly D. Headley, owner of Headley Fine Art, LLC, has provided consultative art services to retail gallery clients in Sausalito, CA, and at www.headleyfineart.com since 1998. Her experience as a Senior Art Consultant, Gallery Director, researcher, and an extensive art research library; has allowed her to provide people with personalized consultation services. Dolly is a volunteer at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.

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The Fine Art Collectors News

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Bachelor of Science. Self taught in art with thousands of hours research and retail gallery consulting. Personalized mentorship from various experts in the industry.

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