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Surge in online Irish art valuations

A London-based business that values art and antiques has seen a huge surge in Irish business, as financial concerns drive households here to value their assets.

26th March, 2011

A London-based business that values art and antiques has seen a huge surge in Irish business, as financial concerns drive households here to value their assets.

Patrick van der Vorst, the founder of online valuations serviceValuemystuff.com, said his company had seen the number of valuation requests coming from Ireland almost triple.

Van der Vorst, a former Sotheby’s director, set up his online valuation firm in 2009, and the following year secured investment on BBC’s...

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