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Whyte’s o*er professional valuations for Sale, Probate, Family Division, Insurance and other purposes.
All our valuers are experienced and are fully insured for professional indemnity.
Your valuation will be dealt with in the strictest con(dence and in a friendly and e5cient manner.
Valuation fees are usually charged at a half per cent of value, with a minimum fee based on an
hourly charge.
Valuation fees may be waived in the event of the item or items valued being consigned for auction
within six months of the date of valuation. At our discretion we may give informal and approximate
estimates of value free of charge to prospective sellers.
Among our institutional clients for valuations are: National Library of Ireland, National Museum of
Ireland, The Hunt Museum, Limerick, National University of Ireland, University College Cork, National
University of Ireland, Galway, University of Limerick, Revenue Commissioners, Córas Iompair Éireann
(CIÉ), several city and county councils, courts of law in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern
Ireland. We also act for major banks and insurance companies, law (rms, accountants, liquidators
and receivers.
Whyte’s can arrange professional advice on taxation in relation to selling art or collectibles, loaning
and gifting to the State and the area of Capital Gains Tax.
We have worked with Ireland's leading accountants and taxation advisors and have advised private
clients, artists and businesses in relation to taxation of art and collectibles.
Paul Henry
Norah McGuinness
Mary Swanzy
2006 – a world record
Jack Butler Yeats
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